Saturday, November 7

Day 7 - Shaped Cards

Shaped cards are easy to create since the advent of die cutting.  Any large, solid shaped die will work provided you are able to leave an uncut section for the fold or spine of the card.
Click here for a tutorial on creating circle-shaped cards.
 
 
YOUR TURN:  Create a card that is any shape except a square or rectangle.
Upload your creation HERE.
 

17 comments:

Crafting Queen said...

Wonderful card, great shape. I love how you coloured this image.

Tina Z. said...

I love shaped cards.

Petra Raams said...

what a wonderful card, beautiful color combination

pst said...

Beautiful card, a great shape and the digi really compliments it.

Suzana Miu said...

It's so easy to touch the soul: a beautiful mix made from a bow, some flowers, a few words and the passion of bonding them!

Granmargaret said...

Lovely card Beccy

aussie aNNie said...

Beautiful love the yellow poinsettia and shaped cards are just my favourite....thanks for more inspiration.x

Maxine D said...

Love the soft colours on this gorgeous card Beccy - the poinsettia and bow are gorgeous, and the shape fabulous.
Blessings
Maxine

ursula Uphof said...

Your card is so lovely.I do love shaped cards, just must do them more often. Thanks for the inspiration Beccy

Dee said...

Such a pretty card! Love the fun shape and those gorgeous poinsiettias!

karin said...

love that card Beccy!
The poinsettias are great on it.
Karin

Teresa said...

So pretty!

Bad Kitty said...

gorgeous card

crafty said...

Love seeing the poinsettia coloured in yellow rather than the usual red. We so often get fixed in our ideas - at least I do!

Donna said...

Gorgeous composition, Beccy! I love the shape of your card but the piercing gives it that extra special touch. Beautiful ribbon! I need a lesson or two on how to tie bows and make them look good. LOL!

(AJ) ArtJypsy said...

Beautifully finished. I love the shape of this card and the yellow poinsettias.

Jacee said...

So very pretty Becky
Hugs Jacee
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