Monday, April 12, 2010

You used Cricut Pagoda on that card??????

Well--it's Monday once again and I am now in Delhi--on my way to the home of Gandhi for the day. So while I am away I have been featuring the Cricut Pagoda Cartridge and some of the Asian bundle Cuddlebug folders. Today's card may suprise you but I used both of them here as well--
I used the beautiful papers for SEI (Claire collection) on this one. I took that mocha steel shimmer solid and used the Blossoms embossing folder for one of the background layers. I used the same solid shimmer paper in a pink tone (double sided with two colors) and a bit of glimmer white to cute the cherry blossom bundle out in all three layers--blackout, shadow, and regular. Once I had them layered I used Viva glitter glue in the flower centers. The sentiment is also from the collection of chipboard pcs. This card does not open, so I call it my postcard style. Here are some pictures.

Have a great one-


  1. Very pretty! I'm going to M's today and try to get that cartridge!

  2. Nice card, hope your enjoying your trip. Good luck Melissa on getting this cart. :o)

  3. Love the embossing on it! Beautiful!!

    Thanks for sharing!

  4. I like this style!
    I've made a few like this before.
    You have so much room on the
    back for a nice long note.
    Very nice card.... :) TR

  5. Beautiful! Love how you glittered the center of the blossoms! :)

  6. Wonderful! Now I need that folder for sure.
    I don't think you stopped by my celebration yet. I would love to have you join in. I really like your cards.

  7. Elegant. Love the colors you used.

  8. I just love the embossing effect, just gives so much depth! Great card!

  9. Very nice card. The glitter, the embossing, the paper combination, it's just perfect. Thanks for sharing and have safe travels!

  10. Geesh, a guy who can be sophisticated, who knew? Very nice job on the card, the finishing touches really give it a classy look. This card could be used for many occasions, I like it!!!Artfully, BL


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