Thursday, March 3, 2011

Roller Skate Card For A Challenge

Happy day closer to the weekend!!  I am happy to say I'm 100% back to normal after being sick for a bit there that I'm starting to get back into making stuff for challenges.  My niece had gone into surgery a few days ago and called me last night for me to make her a card.  She set requests for me and I was not to go outside of those requests (I have no kids of my own so I spoil the daylights out of my nieces and nephews).  Anywho, here is what she was and yellow, one of my rosette flowers (she calls them rosies) and no bling.  I love adding some sort of bling or sparkle to my projects so that was probably the hardest thing I had to stick to.  My niece roller skates every Wednesday so I thought that a roller skate card was perfect.  I am also submitting it to Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Me Monday where the challenge this week was a shaped card, had to be something other than a square or rectangle as well as Crazy for Cricut where it was anything goes as long as you used your cricut. Enjoy!
Recipe for card:
Birthday Bash cricut cartridge
Paper came from my stash
White gel pen
Cuttlebug embossing folder

Have a great day!


Anonymous said...

Fantabulous! Thanks for joining us over at FCCB!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Super fun! Great embossing!

Dina said...

I love the way this came out! She will love it! Glad you are feeling better! Thank you for playing with us! Hugs! Dina

Audrey said...

What a cute card. Thanks for playing along at FCCB!

Anonymous said...

Oh, roller skates... That brings back so many memories from growing up!!! I think your card turned out super cute. Great job! I am so glad you joined us with the challenge at FCCB this week!

Luv Scrapping Together said...

How fun! I really love how you embossed it. Thanks for joining us at FCCB!

Just Jenae said...

Such a fun card! Thanks for joining us at FCCB! :)

Kate said...

This is so sweet! The embossing is just perfect on this and I love your rosette (rosie!).
Thanks so much for playing along at FCCB!