Monday, September 12, 2011

Card Tuesday!

Hello and Welcome to my Blog!
Today is Card Creating Tuesday over at My Cricut Craft Room. I have been wanting to learn how to make paper rosettes. I did make one and added to my card!


This was a 5 1/4' by 11 1/2 ' card. 1 1/2 by 12 and the scores were made at each 1/4 marks on the Martha Stewart score board.


I added a pop up little bat. The bats were made using the Enjoy The Seasons Cartridge. I am really enjoying this cartridge.
The candy corn stamps were one of the dollar stamps at Joannes had!
I just colored them in by using stamp markers.

Well this is how  I made this card. Hope you like it! Stop by tomorrow for Would You Ever Guess Wednesday project!


10 comments:

Laura (tweetyb) said...

Very cute! Aren't those rosettes fun to make?!?! I love how they just add so much to a card!
♥ Laura ♥
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sweet said...

Cute cute cute!

Connie Layman said...

Super cute! I love the pop-up!

the purple muse said...

That card is so cool! How did you do that pop-up? Does the cart cut it that way? TFS!

~Tammy S

Pink Polka Dot Scrapping said...

Tammy S- How I made the card pop-up was, once you fold the base of your card in the middle. You take you score board and score a triangle or more like a v on the top of the line and you can pop yje v out after you score the card and then you add your little picture to the ve and thats how you make it pop up! i hope that make scense to you!

Tanya said...

What a super fun card! Love the pop up and your rosette is perfect! Great card!

steffie said...

Re: the Halloween card with instructions. What does yo mean u score it "at every 1/4 inch mark?:

Pink Polka Dot Scrapping said...

Steffle- I meant and I forgot to say that on the rosette I scored every 1/4 mark to make those creases. Sorry that I didn't mention that

CrazyCardCreator said...

Great pop-up!! Love halloween cards :)

Suzys Crafts said...

You have done a great job with all these different types of cards and given me lots of ideas! Thanks!