Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Cricut Cardz Challenge #105

The current Cricut Cardz Challenge is to make a card for any occasion using a frame from any cartridge and using any colors. I wanted something different for this card. I pulled out my Art Nouveay cartridge and started flipping through it. I had searched 'frame' on my Gypsy Girl so I knew that there were frames on this cartridge. I decided on this one from page 71. It is 'font 2' shift. I really like this flower vase so I thought it would look good framed. It can be found on page 69. The bg paper and the papers I used to cut my pieces came from my scrapbin. I'm really trying to get that thing as close to empty as possible. I think it is bottomless though!!! The piece I stamped my sentiment on is from the piece that cut from the inside of the frame. I stamped and them cut the top off. The sentiment is from Scrappy Moms Mini Messages stamp set. I added faux half pearls to complete my card. Hope ya'll like it!!!! :)


HeatherLynn said...

pretty card! love the color combos and pearls! looking forward to doing Disney Week with you! :)


Sherrie K. said...

Pretty colors Sharon! Love the pearl accents abd the vase is beautiful!
Sherrie K

Rae Ann said...

I love the way the vase looks.
Rae Ann O.

Colin McVicar said...

I love this cartridge. I am yet to use the vases, but at least I know that they look good when cut.


Scrapper69 said...

Oh WOW Sharon! This turned out BEAUTIFUL!! I LOVE the pearls... it just adds so much to your cards! Thanks for playing along with us over at CCC! :O)

Theresa (CCC DT) & Your Friend! :O)

missstamper said...

How pretty!

Annette said...

This is lovely Sharon! The coordinating inside:)


Stephanie said...

Very pretty. Love the colors and the cut you used.

Norma said...

WOW! how pretty!! The font on that sentiment is lovely!!

Melissa said...

Beautiful card Sharon, very nicely done on the framing and the colors are perfect! Thanks so much for joining CCC!

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like the Greek style of these images.
I have the Art Nouveau Cricut cartridge and have yet to use it. Thanks for the inspiration.
"Sunshine HoneyBee"