Hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend! I have a 1/4 card to share with you today. This is such a simple card to put together.
The base of this card is made with craft card stock. It's an 8 1/2 x 11 piece of card cut in half and then folded in half. You get two, this size, out of one piece of card stock. Then, the blue paper from the Florentine Workshop on the Go kit. The blue mat is 4" x 5 1/4". You will cut two. The inside mat is 3" x 4 1/4". The scalloped circle on the front is cut from Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge at 3.00. The flower shape on the scalloped circle is from the stamp set that comes with the workshop. This is cut based on the stamp set recommendation. The circle in front of that is cut with Micro-Tip Scissors. The heart is cut from the Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge at 1.25. The little flower is three layers. Also cut from Cricut Art Philosophy. The large one is 1.00, .75 and .50. I added a little gem to the center of the flower.
The lace strip is actually from the top of one of the papers in the collection. The Believe in Yourself is from the stamp set included in the workshop. The label shape is cut at a height of 1.00. I added a couple of Brads to finish up the look.
I left the inside simple for a personalized greeting. Everything about this card was inked using Cocoa Ink. As I said, once you have everything cut and sitting there, this is a very simple card to put together. It's a wonderful way to encourage anyone and for any reason! I hope ya'll give it a try!
On another note, all of our wonderful team is starting to get their kits! I am so excited to see what they all will create! If you would like to join our team, you can Click HERE. We would love to have you and would love for you to get in on this amazing offer! Remember, if you join close to my heart during the month of March, you get your choice of the Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge Collection ($124.00 value) or an extra $100 worth of Select Products for FREE!!!
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