Wednesday, February 20, 2013

PWC246 - Circle Cards

This week at Paper Pretties were going round in circles.   Challenge PWC246 is to make a circle card.  For me it was relatively easy because I have a package of plain white scalloped circle cards.  If you have to make your own circle card it isn't very difficult and there are several ways to do it.  Use your circle dies with a folded piece of card stock, leaving a small section of the folded edge inside the die when you cut it out.  Or you can cut out two full circles and a small rectangle.  Fold the rectangle in half and attach it to the inside of the circles.   You can find directions on Splitcoast Stampers in the tutorials or do an Internet search for directions. 

My card was made with a Paper Pretties digital image, "Daisy".    Don't you just love the sentiment?  I get a kick out of it, it's silly and we can all use a little more silliness in our days.  The digi set includes 3 sentiments.   Besides rubber and clear stamps Paper Pretties has many digital images for sale.  Digis are great for lots of reasons.  They can be made to whatever size you want.  They always make a perfect print.  They don't require any storage space.  You  get them quickly, faster than Fed Ex and they're inexpensive.  Go take a look at the digi section of the Paper Pretties store, I bet you'll fill a cart in no time so pace yourself.

Here's the deets:
stamp - Paper Pretties "Daisy" digi
ink - hp printer
paper - Studio G card base; Imaginisce "Splash Dance- Bubble Bash"
miscellaneous - copics; Glossy Accents; bling; fish button (shank removed)

Here's the challenges:
Paper Pretties PWC246 - Circle Cards
Papertake Weekly - Buttons and Bling
Kaboodle Doodle #159 - Anything but Square
Southern Girls - Bling It On

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  1. A wonderful fun card, love the image and the shape.
    Thanks for joining in the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge

  2. What a FUN card! Thanks for joining us on the Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog!

  3. OMGoodness, Chris, this made me LOL! Love your funny image & even funnier sentiment! Great paper, too! :^)
    Hugs, Penny


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