Friday, June 11, 2010

Doughnut card





It is so easy to make a doughnut card using Spellbinders nesting circles. I love how this turned out!

I started with the card front. I chose the dp first and cut the largest circle. The dp is flocked, making it even better! I then mounted that onto the chocolate chip layer and cut the next smaller circle. That was mounted onto the Taken with Teal card front and the next smaller circle was cut. For the inside, I used the chocolate chip circle from the card front and glue it in place on the inside of the card. The butterfly was stamped onto white with Rich Cocoa ink and clear embossed. I then colored the butterfly with Tempting Turquoise marker and cut/embossed this with the Spellbinders scalloped circle. That is popped up on the inside of the card. I've wanted to use this oh so cute pom pom fringe for a long time and this card was perfect for it. I mounted it onto a strip of the chocolate chip cs to really set it off. The sentiment is by Rubbernecker and was stamped and clear embossed, again using the Memento Rich Cocoa ink, cut/embossed using Spellbinders scalloped rectangle and mounted onto more Taken with Teal and Chocolate Chip cs.

I hope you like this card as much as I do! What fun!

3 comments:

Gloria said...

Awesome.....love how this turned out!

Bev Gerard said...

Luv the colors ...
and what a cool do-nut creation! Whoooooop!!!

Joan Ervin said...

How pretty...love the donut design and what a pretty butterfly!!!