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Monday, 3 February 2014

FCCB Challenge # 196 Seeing Red (or Pink) and White

Happy Monday !!

Our challenge this week over at FCCB is ...
... Challenge # 196 Seeing Red (or Pink) and White


I used some Forever Friends papers left over from last year for my card and the fabulous Artiste cartridge


I'm still in clean and simple land and the card was very quick and easy to put together


I covered the card completely with red paper, added a scalloped square in light pink paper and then cut the doily in the same paper as the background
The sentiment and cherub are cut in pearl white card and the hearts are DoCrafts 

Simples !!

The DT are having a card kit swap so I have been busy creating my kit for my DT sister JoNeita, we will be sharing our kits with our FCCB followers over the  next few weeks

In the mean time please pop over to FCCB to see the DT creations for this weeks challenge and then come and play along with us !!

As always please remember to use and name your Cricut cut to be in with a chance of our weekly prize and top 5 spot
We are changing our challenge guide lines very slightly so please look out for updates on the blog


8 comments:

  1. I love your CAS card-the doily pattern is perfect, the cupid sweet, and the red glitter hearts are great!

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  2. This is really elegant. The cuts are fantastic. Nice color combinations.

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  3. Beautiful card, Nikki! LOVE it! Love your papers and the layout is great!

    Have a fabulous week!!!

    Emily
    Mollie's Motif

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  4. Very pretty! I love the white image on top of that pretty doily!

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  5. This is so pretty Nikki, that doily is lovely and so delicate!

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  6. So darling love the heart doily in the background and the wonderful cupid!

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  7. This is just so lovely! I'm crazy about the doily and cupid!

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  8. Darling card! Almost too beautiful to give away :)

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