Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Card #2 using Cricut Marth Stewart Elegant Cakes

So we have card #2 today--
I really like this one
The square card is simple--done in two layers with a little ribbon and a couple of pearls.  I love this damask from the Martha Stewart Elegant Cakes Cartridge

On the inside I used a strip of patter paper that I used a Stampin' up border punch on and there is still plenty of space to write a note-
On Wednesday I am going to share my second favorite card from this group--
Make it a great one-


  1. After vacation, I have to have this cartridge. very nice choice of paper and colors!

  2. Very fine card; keep the ideas coming.

  3. I want this cart so badly. I have to wait until at least September. Have just been buying too much lately. Thanks for reassuring me that I need this cart. : )

  4. Great card!! The colors are just awesome!!!! :)

  5. Bryan, that card is so elegant and classy! I love the colors and patterns that you selected to go with the cut from the MS Elegant Cake. I really am hoping to buy this cartridge, but it hasn't shown up at my AC Moore or Michaels, yet. Soon, I hope! I just want it for cards, not for cakes. LOL. BethAnn M.

  6. Hello! Love everything you do... do you scrap/stamp on the planes???? Happy flying!

  7. Lovely card. I've got to try doing more layering. It really ties all the colours together.

  8. Oh, Bryan!

    Your card is exquisite!!! :) Not to mention, purple has ALWAYS been my favorite color and I love damask/tapestry prints!

    The inside of your card is as pretty as the outside! ;)

    Hope you're having a great week,


  9. LOL!!! We were in Canton, OH the same time you were there, breathing the same air. We helped friends celebrate their 50th. We missed the balloons but did see the fireworks from our hotel.
    Love your cards!
    I want to know the same - do you make cards on planes? We travel a lot and I get so bored.
    Lyn from SC

  10. You are proving that the "cake" carts are for much more than cakes! Nicely done!


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