Saturday, March 22, 2014


Happy Saturday!  We have a new and fun challenge for you this week at Crazy 4 Challenges!   Check out the C4C blog for more challenge details at Crazy 4 Challenges(C4C228).  



This week's challenge is 
Shake Your Thing!  
Make a card your way!



For my card I chose to keep it pretty clean and simple again this week.  Actually, this card is more CAS than last week's card.  I am playing along with this week's Fusion Card Challenge.  I just loved the sketch.  I am using Verve's Loopy Bloom die set.  I thought it would be fun to make a focal medallion look with a few of the dies from this set.  I love the finish look.  I textured the card stock prior to die cutting.  I arranged the pieces on the kraft card stock, added some clear gems, and finished with a simple sentiment from Verve's With Love stamp set.  

Check out what the rest of the team did with this week's challenge!




As always thanks so much for stopping by!  


Betty


6 comments:

  1. What a fabulous card Betty.. I love the design, very unique.

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  2. Such a fun and fabulous card Betty! I love that kraft backgroud with the embossed white and all the bling..incredible!

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  3. Oh how fun...what a clever way to use those dies! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Fusion!

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  4. Love the CAS look of your card. Great job. Thanks for playing along with us in the Fusion card challenge and hope to see you again.

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  5. This is so cool, Betty! Love what you did with the dies!

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