Monday, October 14, 2013

Hope for a cure card made using the Artbooking cartridge.

Hello, friends!

Today's Bitten By the Bug 2 Challenge asked that we make a project with an awareness theme. I chose breast cancer as it is October.

I used the Artbooking cartridge and the October stamp of the month. These cards are typically very hard to make for multiple reasons. However, this one came together rather quickly.

The peekaboo technique is used again using the Cricut Craft Room. Some one is going to have to make me stop doing this. I cannot get enough of these peekaboo projects!

*updated to add* I put the supply list at the bottom. So sorry I totally forgot to do it earlier!

CCR file: https://app.box.com/s/5nwe2sx5jfz255cljxgo
GYPSY file: https://app.box.com/s/4x2tekesiqiu4ouwtil6










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36 comments:

replacement water cartiridges said...

Organized content is the best way to display or post an article, thank you for making it easy to digest your post.

Miriam Prantner said...

Wonderful CAS card, just the right amount of bling!

Sue D said...

Very simple and pretty--I like the bling.

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Did not know there was a BCA ribbon on Artbooking. Like the peek-a-boo look & CAS look. I may have to make one like this.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Barbara Hart said...

Sweet and simple. TFS! Great giveaway this week!

Martha Herrera said...

Beautiful CAS card! Love it.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card! Will have to make this for a couple of friends who are struggling right now with breast cancer.
I made 50 car decals (yellow softball with same pink ribbon for stitching and baseball bats with same ribbon) for my granddaughters softball teams to sell at "Pitch for the Cure". Sold everyone and made $250 - all proceeds went to the Susan G Komen Foundation.

Janislu@msn.com

LST in Colorado said...

Enjoy seeing all of your peek-a-boo cards, they're all very unique and wonderful. Please keep them coming. The bling is that special added touch that makes it pop! I miss not seeing your supplies at the end. Please bring them back :D

Betsy said...

Love those little pink gems! Just the right touch!

Jaren said...

Love the peek-a-boo for this card and the gems are such a great touch!

tndj said...

Beautiful card - simple but elegant but defintely with a positive message.

Kim said...

Very nice card for the cause. Love the bling.

Mayra Duran-Hernandez said...

Beautiful card , as are all of your amazing projects !

hugs,
Mayra
Mayrasdesigns.BlogSpot.com

Vanessa said...

Very nice! I love the peekaboo effect! TFS

Marie Campagna said...

Love the card. A real tribute to survivors. Thanks

coolnana72 said...

Very nice card, Melanie. I love your peekaboo cards. I never think to do this, but it is so simple using CCR.

Cheryl W said...

Wonderful card! Those glitter gems are really neat.

Scrapping Girl said...

So clean, simple, and elegant! The jewels add a nice touch of sparkle :)
Michelle

Crystal said...

Love the CAS card. It just proves what a fantastic card maker you are-you can layer it on or leave it simply & they all come out beautiful. I am not sure what the peek a boo method is but will find out as soon add I download the file! TFS!

anngee said...

So simple and so beautiful! The Artbooking cartridge is on my 'must have' list.

Debby said...

Beautiful card!

Josie0602 said...

Beautiful card and it is a cause that is near and dear to my heart too. My mom is fighting breast cancer too.

Thanks for the chance to win Library Fonts...definitely on my soon to be bought list!

Tracy

Tina said...

Very pretty and a timely message, Melanie.

Tina
aurathentic@gmail.com

Lara said...

I always find you to be so organized! Love the peek a boo card- very cute!

Sharon said...

This is fabulous Melanie!! I so love the peep-a-boo ribbon and the pretty colors!! :)

Cynthia B. said...

I especially love the pink glitter gems to accent your card! Great card!!

Mollie said...

Great card Melanie! I LOVE the pink glitter gems you used and the peek-a-boo technique is awesome!

Laura Pizz said...

I really love this card -- how clean it looks -- and how pretty at the same time! ~Laura

Pam MacKay said...

Love your clean and crisp design! And thanks so much for the lovely compliment on my card!

Caroline said...

I love this peek a boo card. I need to try this. Love this fabulous card for yhis important cause.

Peg Toth said...

What a nice, nice card! Thanks so much for sharing.

Debbie Z said...

Great card. Thanks for sharing!

Dee said...

Great card! I am a survivor and so especially appreciate the card. I created a layout in my spreadsheet for my "ordeal". It is definitely part of the my journey. Thanks for sharing.

Jody Smith said...

Love it!!

Michelle said...

What a great card! This design could be used to bring awareness to many other causes by just changing the colour.

Thanks for sharing!!

:-)

Susan Edwards said...

This is darling, Melanie. I love the elegant simplicity of your card.
xxSusan

 
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