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Monday, March 7, 2011

My First DT post for FCCB!!! Challenge #50

Hi all!  I know it's been a while since I've actually posted a project and gosh, I sure hope I haven't posted this one before because I'll be in trouble! :p  I actually created this card a while back to give away as a set for Christmas gifts, but it took me so long to create I only got to actually send off two or three to my sister-in-law!  I did cut enough of everything to make more though, just haven't got around to it yet.  Sorry the pics aren't the greatest, but I wasn't planning on having it featured on such an awesome blog as FCCB (Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog)! We are supposed to post something new that we created for this particular project, but I just love this card and couldn't think of a better design for the challenge than this, so here it is!  Come on over to the site to see the rest of the amazing design team's work and to get some inspiration for creating your own tree card to get you in the mood for Spring!

Front of Card (1)
Closeup of Grass (Tulips were pop dotted)


Thanks (Gypsy Font)
Tree (Inside of Card) 1
Tree (Inside of Card) 2

I made this card with a window because I wanted to try something different.  I inked about everything I could possibly ink on this one. 

Details:
Printed paper:  The Best of K&Co. stack
Background and plain cardstock:  Recollections from Michael's
Pop dots
Cricut carts:  Gypsy Font, Give a Hoot (tulips and grass), Wall Decor and More (tree)

Hope you all like the card and please head over to FCCB and check out the Challenge Me Monday post!

XO ~ Amy Jo

P.S.  Did I mention that if you participate in the challenge, there is a chance to win AWESOME PRIZES???  Well, if that doesn't motivate you, I don't know what will (they are very generous btw). :0)

16 comments:

Maquel said...

Awesome job, Amy Jo! Great job with DT inspiration!!

Maquel (Fellow DT member)
http://papermaineiac.blogspot.com

Rae Finke said...

I love your window card! I haven't made many of these, but I think I am going to try it again soon. This is a ver pretty thank you card! Great job!!!

Tanya said...

What a great card...love the window! Your inking is great, it just adds so much to the card. I just love everything about it!
Tanya

Luv Scrapping Together said...

What a wonderful card! I love the window. Great job on the challenge!

~Hugs,
Saundra :)

Sarah said...

Wow...sooo much detail. I'v never done a window--might have to add that to my to-do list :)

Robin's Creative Cottage said...

The window card is great, I love the grass with the beautiful tulips. Such a lovely card!!! :)

My Lil' Bits said...

Pretty card! I may have to try a window card...awesome job.

Lisa C

sandee said...

Loving the window, actually anything that adds layers of interest are awesome and this is an awesome card! I love designing with you!

GreenScrap said...

Super cute card!! I love that window idea!!
TFS!! Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

Jamie said...

What a great card, Amy Jo! I had NO idea it opened up! That's so neat. Very pretty!

Kate said...

What a fantastic card! I'm glad you saved it for this challenge as it's PERFECT for your FCCB post!! I love the flowers along the bottom. GREAT card!!

Celeste B. said...

What a beautiful job!!! I love this card, you did such an amazing job on it!!! Wonderful job, my friend!!! :)

BugBites said...

I love the window concept as well as the extra grass and flowers. It's fun designing with you at FCCB!

Rhonda Emery said...

love your first project for the design team great job.

Lisa said...

So cute! I love the cutout in the front of the card! Thanks for sharing!

Lisa N
prettypaperprettyribbons.blogspot.com

Jan said...

I was reading about you on the FC Sunday Spotlight. I also have fibromyalgia and I quit my job this summer (teacher) to stay at home and take care of my health and my children's education. It was a tough decision but I went back to my love of scrapbooking (hubby got my the Expression for Christmas) and it has made the transition easier.
Wishing you a "pain free" day!

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