Monday, 11 August 2008

Flubbed attempt

I was playing with one of my new SU Fresh Cut Notes and thinking how easy
it was to whip up a little card in no time flat. Of course, I tried to
stamp it and botched it up first try, so I did a quick cover up with the
Happy New Year. Just remember that this is my prototype. I don't always make a perfect card the first time. I punched out the die-cuts and added a poinsettia
with crystal center and stickles on the flower for sparkle. I added
a piece of red CS behind the flower as well as scallop punched the edge of
my card. It isn't the best prototype but it shows how versatile this little
card can be. But wouldn't it look nice with a cuttlebug design to take off
the simplicity of the card as well?
We are busy as beavers here, as DH is busy in the workshop cranking out picture
frames to used in restaurants on their tables for their special pies etc. and
promos they have. Meanwhile, I am the lucky person to stain and varnish each
piece. And we also have our new shed in construction stage outside, so we are
keeping busy these days.


Becky said...

Do any of us ever get it perfect on the first try??? ;O) I love these cards, can't wait to get mine, they are so cute.

TeresaW said...

Looks perfect to me.

Well easy come easy go, I didn't make it to SBS 22 so I will see you over at SBS 23 if you would like to visit some time.

Good luck, cheerio.

Anne said...

The poinsetta looks fantastic!

Anonymous said...

Great card!

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Keep on blogging!

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Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

I gave you the "I love your blog" award too! Ü

Kristine said...

This is beautiful anyway!! LOVE that flower and your righthand side. Very pretty on the white!! :)

Nancy ~ Inkcicles said...

The polka dots are a perfect touch.