Sunday, January 17, 2010

Geometric card made using Accent Essencials

Hello, everyone! Happy Sunday! I hope you all are having a great weekend.

Today's card is a birthday card that I made for a female who does not like girlie stuff. I pulled out my accent essentials cartridge and cut the 'top note' cut and a ton of the little four petal flowers. Then I made a pattern with them. I like to do this occasionally with cricut cuts. It is like wallpapering with stamps, but better.


I used my most favorite line of all time Bo Bunny's Double Dot. Love this paper! I also used Verve stamp and SU! ribbon(you can order that from my bestie Mandy Ferg!)

Have a great rest of your weekend!

8 comments:

HappyHappyJoyJoy said...

I LOVE this card and how you made the dimensional background is just brilliant!! This is so classic and gorgeous!!

YOU ROCK!!!

Hugs, Joy

Nana Mouse said...

What a striking card!! Thank you for another fabulous idea!!

enneirda said...

This is a great idea...I am always looking for ideas for this cartridge. Thank you

Ladybug Diva said...

Cute card Melanie!! Love how you used the rhinestones as accents!

mylambboys said...

Great card! Love the black, red and white colors together!

Carlyn
mylambboys@yahoo.com

Stephanie said...

Love this card. I know lots of females who don't necessarily want a frilly card.

The Allison's corner of the world. said...

I love the projects you've made, and I'm glad I found your blog! :)Jessica

khattykathi said...

I love all your cards. Each is unique in it's own way. Makes me want to run to my cricut and start going thru all my cartridges to see what I can come up with. Thank you.

KathiB from Salt Lake

 
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