Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Happy Birthday

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Welcome to Glenda's Cards!

Hi everyone! Today I am sharing another birthday card! I had fun playing with Spellbinders and goodies from my stash! Card measures 5" x 6 1/2". Patterned designer papers are K&Company. White and pink papers are from stash.
Spellbinders: I used three sizes of the Eyelet Circles to create the mats for the sentiment.
Just Rite - Just a Note Set - Happy Birthday sentiment.
Cuttlebug: Swiss Dots folder on the white mat.
Other supplies:
Making Memories Charm is pop-dotted on the corner. I used DMC Memory thread for the bow. With a limited package of charms, I chose this one for the color and shape. Maybe I need to add charms to my shopping list!
3 Girl Jam ribbon bow. Lace is gift from friend. Prima pink flower and pearls from stash.
Just Rite Inspiration - Ch. 081 Charm Me - Add a charm
The Shabby Tea Room - Ch 132 Pink and green plus flowers
Thanks for your visits and comments!

Monday, September 17, 2012

BBTB2 - Things that fly in nature

Welcome to Glenda's Cards!

Hope you had a great weekend! Monday again and time for another fun and inspirational Cricut challenge at BBTB2! For this challenge, our talented design team sister Sandi chose the theme "Things that fly in nature", any project using dragon flies, bees, butterflies, etc.
My card is 5" x 7" cut from Colorbok white cardstock. I was so happy to find this pretty butterfly paper in my stash!
Cricut Cartridges:
Florals Embellished - Page 66 Butterfly3 cut 3" using papers from the scrap stash. Page 60 - Circle3 cut at 2.5" from white and purple papers for the mat.
Straight from the Nest - Page 34 Phrase Fly is cut at 1.25".
Martha Stewart - Doily lace trim
Pop dots are used on the mat and butterfly for added dimension.

Visit BBTB2 to see all the lovely projects by the talented design team. For more information on the projects, visit the individual blogs and leave a little love for the designers! Now it is your turn to play along with us. Remember you must use a Cricut cut for the things that fly in nature and please tell us which Cricut cartridge you used! One person will be chosen to receive the Project of the Week award!

Thanks for your visits and comments!