Morning all. My blog posts are coming thick and fast this week. I promise, I will let you off over the weekend. Over at The Alphabet Challenge we are up to the letter G. Meg has chosen the colour combo 'Green and Gold'. As I mentioned yesterday, my Cricut machine is getting a hammering lately due to pain in my wrists and arms. It turned into a bit of a blessing really as I would never have attempted anything quite so intricate as this.
The pattern is a Cricut one and has about seven layers. I'm really impressed with how it turned out. It's so big I had to put it on an 8x8 card base. I love the green and gold combination and a friend has just given me a lovely green and gold mug with my initial on. I'd love to see how you used the colours in your projects. Please pop over and join in the Challenge.
Thanks for reading.
Love Dawn x
Absolutely stunning Dawn,you can appreciate the depth of the 4 leaf clover on your card,the CAS layout showcases it perfectlyReplyDelete
This is fabulous Dawn, such in intricate design, I'm glad you are able to use your Circuit machine and you are getting on so well with it.ReplyDelete
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
This card is gorgeous Dawn, I love that 4 leaf clover, what an awesome Circuit pattern!ReplyDelete
WOW! Dawn, this is absolutely stunning! I just love everything about it, especially the size! (Large cards are my absolute favorite because my family grew up with Hallmark cards. LOL A small card just meant that you didn't think that much of them.) Hope you are well and safe, my friend. Enjoy the weekend!ReplyDelete
Oh no. You have pain in your wrists ? I hope its not as bad as mine was in my thumbs!! This is a beauty of a card!ReplyDelete
Wow, impressive card. Love the layers and colours. Hugs ANeshaReplyDelete
This is amazing hun....just love it!ReplyDelete
Hugs Shell xx
Breathtakingly gorgeous! I am a massive fan of Celtic art.ReplyDelete
Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life
OMGoodness! The layering on this is amazing! You are very patient to have stuck with this! This speaks to my Irish/Scottish heart and I love anything "Celtic"! Beautiful design and you hit the color palette right on the noggin'!ReplyDelete
Hugs - Rachelle : )