Happy Monday everyone. Today I am sharing my sister-in-law's birthday card. It's hard to believe she is 50! I can remember when she was 17! I really love doing shaped cards, so I decided a flower pot would be pretty for her birthday. Here are the details:
Card Shape: Bloom Cricut Lite Cartridge cut at 6". I made one regular cut and one using the "flip" feature and scored the back cut at the top (on the handle of the pot) and glued them together to make a card.
Flowers: They are part of the flower pot, but I chose to cut an extra layer of the flowers/leaves so that I could have three colors. I cut off the part I didn't want to show. I added two layers of little punched circles and some gems as well for the centers of the flowers. Then I outlined everything with a little glitter glue for an added touch. The flowers and pot were all embossed using my Cuttlebug.
Sentiment: Computer generated and punched using 1" and 1 1/4" circles, and a 1 1/2" scalloped circle.
I am submitting this to the "May Flowers" challenge over at Cooking With Cricut.
Thanks for taking a look, and of course, thanks for leaving a comment! Have a blessed, crafty day!