Monday, February 25, 2008

Love - An Anniversary Card - BBTB Challenge

This is the card I made for this week's challenge by Regina over at the BBTB site....she asked us to use the Jasmine cartridge photo corner.......with one catch....they must be yellow! I needed an Anniversary card and decided to kill two birds with one stone.....so here it is!! The center flower is cut using the Stretch your Imagination cartridge....it's the card cut that I trimmed down and rounded the corners on. The corners are made with Cricut Design Studio to add a little swirl from Accent Essentials....the flowers are Prima, paper is Basic Grey, brads are MM and yep, I used the wonderful little dew drops again!!!!! The "love" stamp is from one of my Kim Hughes stamp sets.....I love it!!! Thanks for popping by to take a peek!!!!

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7 comments:

Diane said...

Oooh! I love this one, sweetie! I was thinking just yesterday...I haven't visited with MGF DeeDee lately! How ARE you! You are still one of the most prolific (and talented) cardmakers I know! You amaze me.

This card is adorable. I love those corners and the cut out image piece. I've got to get out my Cricut software and play. You are inspiring me....again!

Thanks for playing along for my blog candy! I'm going back to your blog to browse around abit!

Sharon Caudle said...

This is gorgeous DeeDee! I really love the paper you used and all your work with the DS!! The spirals cut out of the corners are the perfect touch! AWESOME work girl!

TERIBERI said...

DeeDee - I absolutely love what you did with the middle of this card and with the amazing touches of the DS - you rock!!! Hugs, T

Stampin' Meg said...

I really like how this card looks with the Basic Grey paper- great job!

Glee said...

Fabulous card! When I saw all the DT cards at BBTB, this one was my favorite! SHHHHHHH! :-)

Jeannie Phillips said...

I love your slide..its great...this card is beautiful...I love your work.
Jeannie
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Jeannie Phillips said...

I am going to put your link on my message board....its great.
Jeannie
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