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Card using Gypsy and Wild Card

I made this cute card using my Gypsy and Wild Card cartridge. The scallop edge frame was pesfect to display the stamped image, and I was able to use the hide-contour feature to cut the frame twice, using only the parts of the cut that I needed for this project. The stamp is also embossed, and layered to add dimension. 
I also used Viva Pearls on the scalloped frame. They look like tiny little pearls.


The inside of the card has a bigger mat using the same cut as the front- I love that feature of the Cricut!

I finished it with a Martha Stewart scallop punch on the edge, and tied a satin ribbon to match.  TFL!

Comments

  1. Wow absolutely beautiful!!!! And the colors are lovely together!!!! Fabulous!!!!

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  2. This card is super cute! I love that paper...I have it too, but haven't used it yet.

    BTW-I have an award for you at my blog :)

    gina
    ginascraftingspot.com

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  3. Great card and loving the color combination!

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  4. This is adorable! I love the soft colors and those pairs are fabulous!!
    Hugs,
    M

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  5. So pretty! I love the colors and that scallop.

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