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Circle Card Color Challenge :: Embellish Magazine

There's still time to submit a circle card for Embellish Magazine's Circle Card Color Challenge! The challenge ends tonight at 10:00 pm EST. While you're there, make sure to become a fan of Embellish Magazine on Facebook and add them to your Twitter Friends. More new features coming soon and you would not want to miss it when they're revealed!

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  1. Die cut two circles from ripe avocado cardstock.
  2. Die cut smaller circle from core'dinations cardstock, then emboss and sand.
  3. Tie twine around embossed circle and adhere to card front.
  4. Apply alcohol inks to metal butterfly embellishments to tint brown, then adhere to card front.
  5. Add buttons to butterfly.
  6. Stamp sentiment and adhere to card front.
  7. Doodle dots around card front.


Stamps :: Verve Visual - sentiment (thanks)
Ink :: Papertrey Ink - ripe avocado
Paper :: Papertrey Ink - ripe avocado, white; Core'dinations - chocolate collection
Embellishments :: Heather P. - metal embossed butterfly; Ranger - alcohol inks; Papertrey Ink - buttons; Craft Supply - brown twine; Provo Craft - cuttlebug, swiss dots embossing folder; Uniball - signo broad white gel pen; Spellbinders - circle nestabilities


Heather P. said...

Oh... My... Gosh! I LOOOOOOVE what you did with that butterfly! Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!

naomi chokr said...

OMG this card is at a whole different level. It is just so elegant. You just make me go wow all the time.

your friend, NAMIR
hahah!! thats how i sign my name on cards and stuff. i never noticed that. You should sign yours as mashley :)

JulieHRR said...

Hi, Ashley! Thanks so much for visiting my blog today, and the kind comment--made my Monday! :) Your circle card is DA' BOMB!!! Love the texture and colors and that b-fly is so COOL! *hugs*

Debbie Olson said...

Beautiful! Love the textures and the muted colors!

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