The challenge over at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog this week is called "For Mom": make something for Mother's Day. I went with a card because my mom loves my handmade cards. :)
I used a pink and green flourish/floral paper for the card mat and inked the edges in pink and rounded the corners. The green strip in the middle is inked and embossed (Cuttlebug--Birds & Swirls). It's backed by two scallop edge white strips (EK Success punch) and adhered to the card. I also added two white brads on the sides of the green strip.
For the "M"s, I used Opposites Attract, with the upright shadow feature on the dark pink and the standard upright on the light pink. Both are inked, adhered together and then popped with adhesive foam dots. The flower in the center is made with layered multi-sized flowers cut from Walk In My Garden. The edges are curled with a stylus, inked and then they're adhered together. I threaded narrow white ribbon through a pink button, tied a knot and adhered it to the center of the flower. The flower takes the place of the "O" in the word "MOM".
So that's it! Hope you enjoyed my project for FCCB's challenge #7! Head on over and check out the other fabulous projects by the DT and let us know what you think! And don't forget to link up your own Mother's Day project by next Sunday night!
Have a creative day! :)