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Saturday 5 September 2020

Lots of colour...

 Recently I have made a few cards using the Honey Bee Circle Thin Frames die... for example...

Anyway this meant that I had lots of different coloured rings on my desk - I decided to put them together to make colourful circles so that I could use them in future cards in parts or whole.

For today's card I chose to use two quarters of one of these circles.

I started with a Stampin Up card base (Rococo Rose) and matted it with a matching paper.

I then added the two quadrants.

 I was using the Dyan Reavely Dylusions  stamp set Black Sheep

Next I stamped the stamp and sentiment in black Archival on a piece of grey card that I had randomly daubed with Acrylic paints (PaperArtsy Bora Bora and Prawn). I then cut these out and added them to the card.

I will add this to Double D Challenges - Colourful Challenge

who had this mood board:

Happy Crafting!


  1. Hi Susan, awesome card. Love the lady and the way you added colour to your stamping. Fab use of those colourful circles. Great sentiment too. Thanks for joining the fun at the lost Coast Portal to Creativity. Hugz

  2. Very creative unique and fun card and a great way to use those circles! Thank you for joining our challenge at Double D!
    Diane DD DT {Nellies Nest}

  3. WOW ... so creative and unique! Well done! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Colorful’ challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.
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  4. This circles are very funky behind the wacky lady.

  5. Very fun and very colorful! Love the sentiment too. Thanks for joining the Lost Coast Design Challenge!

  6. What a great use of all those colorful circles. I love the color and design. Thanks for linking up to the Double D challenge. Best of luck to you!


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