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Monday, 16 September 2013

FCCB Challenge #178 ABC 123

Happy Monday !!
It's Team B up for our new challenge over at FCCB this week.
I had this card stored in my draft "posts to share soon" file and couldn't resist sharing it today even though I belong to Team A lol !!

As always our challenge runs from today until 9 0'clock Sunday evening (US time)
Please come and join in the fun, visiting both the FCCB blog and our fabulous DT's blog's, then go back to FCCB and enter your own project using and naming at least one Cricut cut
We love visiting all your blogs and leaaving messages for you all !!

ABC, 123 PROJECT


It was one of those WHOOOPS moments when my daughter reminded me she had asked for a card for her nephew over two weeks ago !! !! !!
I had 2 hours to get it made and dry for his party !! !! !!
The Cricut will always come to the rescue no stressing required !! !! !!
~SO~
I cut a large number 5 and the letters for little Brett's name on white card stock with the Cricut Artiste Cartridge and distressed them with Faded Jeans.
I cut the Happy Birthday from the same cartridge
I used some blue Co-ordinations card stock and distressed it with my sanding block and used some more Faded Jeans distress ink on the white card at the bottom, I added a red mirri strip to hide the join, finishing off with some blue and red gems. 
EASY !!
PHEW !! !! !!

7 comments:

  1. This is super Nikki, I love how you did the letters for the name on the 5!!! So fun!!

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  2. This is super Nikki, I love how you did the letters for the name on the 5!!! So fun!!

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  3. Super cute Nikki.

    Such a fun card for a boy.

    Have a great week

    dt sister

    Catarina

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  4. luv this, so unique...hope you have a wonderful week!

    enjoy *~*

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  5. I bet he loved this card-the Cricut makes personalization so easy!

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  6. Oh, that's great. I'd never have thought of using the number like that.

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