Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Looking For Shaped Card at Die Cuttin' Divas

Hello Everyone,

It's Tuesday! We just started 3 weeks of testing season, 6 weeks left of this school year, 2 weeks until my daughter comes home from college for summer break, 2 months of fixing up Kyle's house with a little bit more, and we are still going strong. It's been busy (extremely) and we still need to keep plugging away. Looking forward to having more free time soon.  

Today the new challenge at Die Cuttin' Diva starts. 

This Week's Challenge...
~ Shaped Cards ~

Here is my Design Team project...
I had a few different projects planned (tool box, coffee cup, mixer), but decided to go with my original thought of using a paint palette (Too Cute by Jessica). I was going to using the palette as the base shape, but I didn't like the hole cut-out so I found a bracket shaped base that I cut on my Cameo.

I chose this SEI pattern paper (Cheery Brights) since it had all the colors of the paint splotches. The stamped sentiment is by Jaded Blossom ~ Dream in Color stamp set. The sequins were an after thought, but I like that the colors match.
I hope you will join us at Die Cuttin' Divas this week for our "Shaped Cardchallenge. Be sure to check out the other design team projects.

Stay Creative,


  1. What a great shaped card! Love this! And love that the paint "wells" are flowers... such a pretty card!

  2. A super fun card!!I love the cute paint palette!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Crafting with Creative M

  3. Soooooooooooo cute! I loveeeeeeeeeeee this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  4. That is so cute. Love the flowers as the paint colors.


  5. Such a fun card! The palette looks great on the bracket-shaped base.

    Best of luck with all you have to do!!

  6. OMG What a Fabulous and Beautiful card. Your easel turned out how clever and creative you totally did a Super Outstanding Creative job!!
    That easel would look awesome on a 12 x 12 layout too!! YOU so ROCK!!

  7. What a cute card! Love the paint palette!

  8. I love everything about this card. Great Job!


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