Saturday, 6 October 2012

Kraftin' Kimmie Anniversay Challenges

It's an Anniversary Celebration over on Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps and we have some FUN challenges for you!! 

My challenge is to make a Circle Card!! I just love how quick and easy these are to make, and below is a quick tutorial on how I make my Circle Cards!! 

Paper: My Mind's Eye Lime Twist
White Card
Classic Circle & Scalloped Circle Nestabilities
Viva Decor Paper Pen
Cuttlebug (or similar)
Paper trimmer

 1) Fold the white card in half and using the largest of the circle nestabilites cut out the card base. Run it through your cutter a couple of times to ensure it cuts through the two layers. Using the same size die cut out a circle of double sided patterned paper. If you are not using double sided papers cut 2 circles of coordinating paper. 

2) Taking the largest for the scalloped circle dies cut out the backing cardstock. 

3) Cut the patterned paper in half and use opposite sides. Adhere them to the cardstock and then adhere the cardstock to the white card base, ensuring that the front panel is straight. 

4) Colour your image, trim it out and adhere it to the front panel using 3D foam dots. Use some of the leftover white card for the sentiment, cutting one end into a fishtail and slipping the other end slightly under your image. To compete the card adhere some pearls or use the Viva Decor paper pen to make your own pearls. (You could also use buttons, etc, instead of pearls)

You could WIN some Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps AND you'll have a chance to become a Krafty Guest for December!!! Pull out one of your Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps and get krafty!!!

You have until Monday night, October 8th, to submit your design HERE! Just click on the little blue froggie to add your card and if you'd like to be considered for the Krafty Guest spot, please add a -KG beside your name when uploading!!!

Happy kraftin'!!


Alyce said...

This is great Sandie! Love the colours and papers...thanks for the tutorial I will have to try it out :D

Leanne said...

cool card Sandie!
thanks for the tutorial!