Today I have a card to share with you that I made for the
Moxie Fab World Die Cutting Challenge. Obviously the challenge was to make a card using die cuts. Here is what I came up
For Christmas, my husband bought me some Cricket cartridges and I went back and forth as to whether or not I wanted to keep them, but I procrastinated and the return time expired. One of those cartridges I ended up keeping was Damask Decor which I used for this card. I thought the heart damask would make a pretty valentine card and I used it as the focal point for this card. After cutting it out, I altered the die cut by inking the edges and stamping it with a french script stamp from Hero Arts. Pop dots were used to attach the die cut to the card which adds dimension. I then added some pink rhinestones which look much nicer in person then in the photo. I used paper from K & Co. and a heart punch from Martha Stewart to finish off the card. Because of the ornate design of the card, I decided not to add a sentiment to the front of the card. I think all the hearts on the card speak Valentine without having to say it in words. I'm sending this card to my Mother so I hope she likes it. In the end, I think my procrastination paid off, because I really like this cartridge.
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