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Sunday, March 6, 2011

A different colour Pallette for me today.

I've been trying to get to all of my pads of beautiful paper that have sat unopened and unused because they are just too darn pretty. I bit the bullet and ripped all sorts of paper out and started cutting, and gluing, and I-rocking, and embossing....a whole lot of product went on this card - and here it is!























Have a great night everyone - I'm off to bed *yawn*


12 comments:

Sonya said...

So bright and cheery!

scrapstampcrazy said...

It's beautiful! I recognize the LOVE cut from graphically speaking but how did you cut the arched shape you made around it?

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a beautiful card! Lopve the papers and it is about time you broke that stack open! Too pretty to sit on a shelf! TFS

Magoo said...

The love on this card was cut from Lacey Labels actually - but it does look like GS. And I used 3 shapes welded together to make the circular flourish that goes around the circle. I used Storybook, MS Elegant Cakes and Home Decor. Thanks for taking the time to leave me a comment!

Pam aka TheBugBytes said...

Awesome job Mya. So nice to see your projects! Love your blog header, button and divider too. Great job!

L.B. said...

It is beautiful and super fun to use allthose things you "forgot" you had.

just2ducky said...

Beatiful. Left you an award at my place if you want it. :)

Lisa said...

Great card, I love that it is so bright.

Katherine said...

It's gorgeous. I have that problem too. I buy paper b/c its so pretty and then don't use it b/c then I wouldn't have it to use - why is that?!

LEEANN said...

I love it. All of the bright colors are great.

marcia said...

ooh fabulous, reminds me of the Beetles LOVE Cirque show in Vegas. Can you do a post on how the iRock works sometime?

Jane said...

Now that I have a Cricut (or two) I can see myself falling into the same craziness I had when I was quilting -- accumulating beautiful paper (or fabric) and then being reluctant to cut into it! Thanks for inspiring me to cut into those pretty stacks!