Monday, June 6, 2016

My Creative Time: Made In Minutes

Hi, today is Made In Minutes over on the My Creative Time Blog. I created a simple "get well" card! It was very fast to create and I used mostly scraps I had! Always nice to use any scraps up and clear the bin! Though who am I kidding, that might take a while! :)

I first cut out the circles for the rainbow using scrap papers along with the More Stitched Circle Dies.   I then set those aside to create my background mat with the Stitched Square Dies Inside and Out. I then layered it with a piece red card stock and then added it to my card base.

I cut the circles in half and then added them to the card. I cut out the cut little clouds and sun from the  You Are My Sunshine Stamp Set. I then added a cute Peachy Keen face to the sun. I accented the face with white gel pen and chalk ink. I then added them to the little rainbow.

I finished the card by adding the sentiment from the Card Sentiments for the 3x3 Trifold die. Then I embellished the card with some fun sequins. Simple but yet, hopefully brightens a special person's day!

Products Used: 

Recollections Snow Embossing Powder
Versamark Ink
Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
Recollection's Card Stock
Inkadinkado Chalk Ink
White Gel Pen
Pearlized Clear Sequins
Peachy Keen Stamps: PKSC-26 February 2014 Face

Thank you so much for stopping by!!

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  1. That pretty card should make anybody feel better!

  2. Your card is just darling, Emily! I'm going to have to try this with my circle dies! It's so sweet!!!

  3. It was a clever idea to use the circles for your rainbow. Your card is adorable and would surely put a smile on someones face and heart! <3 Great job.
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  4. HOwdy Miss Emily Wellmy oh my aren't you the clever & crafty gal ... Your rainbow turned out so beautiful and you definitely created one super Adorablr make someone feel better card!!

  5. The rainbow is adorable. What a crafty way to use the dies. I'll have to ask about what the inside andout means, though.