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This is some more Cosmo Cricket paper, it's from the QVC Today's Special Value earlier this year, I'm sure it's from a particular collection, but I don't know which. It reminds me of a ferris wheel at the county fair. AND cotton candy. LOL The craft and red cardstock is by Paperbilities. The bling is some generic pack for decorating your cellphone...it has something like 300 rhinestones in it and I picked it up for a steal in the glitter section at Wal*Mart. I made the scallop with my corner rounder--I measure and mark the middle of the paper and start there so the scallops end evenly on each side. I used a Fiskars corner edger scissor for the top corners of the patterned paper, and I popped that panel up on foam tape. I love how this collection of Cosmo Cricket looks with craft cardstock and first thing I do next month is buy a bushel of craft from Papertrey.


10 comments:

Mandy said...

Very cool card! What a neat edging on the top!

Tracy said...

I love these papers! You made such a pretty card with it! I love the scallops at the bottom and the rhinestones!

Danyelle Kessler said...

Yes, I love what you are doing with these papers and the bling is "blinging", baby. Beautiful scalloped corners!

Allison said...

Funky corners...cool layout!

Heather said...

Very pretty layout- the background paper picks up the pink in the DP very well too.

Cindy Haffner said...

Beautiful.

Sarah {SCS: Sairabee} said...

I love the rhinestone embellishment and the fun corners. Very cool!

BTW... I tagged you. Check my latest blog post for more info.

You're welcome. ;o) LOL.

All Pink girl said...

Gorgeous card ,love the corner details for extra effect ,Dawnx

Dawny P said...

Hi Mary Dawn. Hope you are well, my spiritual sista xxx I have been a bad blogger and not done any visiting lately and I have missed sooo much of your gorgeous stuff. I love the ribbons you are using - just perfect - and I love the corner detail on this card. Just wonderful. Hugs, Dawny xxx

Leslie Hanna said...

What is the sentiment? Rub-on? Stamp? It is very nice!

Note to self: Start scallop in middle so it ends evenly on the sides. ;-) Sheesh!