Monday, June 8, 2015

BBTB2- Use a Sign or a Banner


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Hi Friends,

Welcome to the BBTB2 challenge. It is Maureen turn to chose the challenge this week, and she has chosen for everyone to create a card, layout or project using  " A sign or a Banner" as the theme.
You must use a cricut cartridge with a die cut. That is it!! and have fun.



I hope you like my card. This was super easy as I used niftie fifties  and my explore machine. Check out the rest of the teams work for some great inspiration

Supplies used.
 card size 4 x 5.5 with envelope
The  cut is  from Niftie fifties
The patterned papers are from Jillibean soup watermelon gapacho
This was super fun and easy with the print then cut feature


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Have a blessed day, looking forward to see what you create. Diana





13 comments:

  1. This is such a fun card Diana!!!! LOVE the color combo!!
    Hope you had a GREAT weekend!
    Hugs!!

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  2. Fabulous Card Diana! :) Have A Wonderful Day!


    Theresa
    Scrappers Anonymous

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  3. This is sooooooooo fun! LOVING the car!!!!!!!!!

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  4. This is awesome, Diana!! I love that image from Nifty Fifties!! So fun!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. I love the sign you made against the cool background

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  6. Super cute card, Diana! Love BG and the cool sign!

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  7. Eek! I love this one Diana! They aren't many drive in's left anymore and I just love them! lol They just are so nostalgic to me. I love the papers you used on this card as well. Hugs, Brenda

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  8. I love your background paper and this image is so fun. I love the Nifty Fifties cartridge!

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  9. Wonderful card Diana!!! Love the star bg paper and I love the drive in!! I remember going when I was little with the family and on up until our oldest was a little guy. Then ours closed here. Love you card!!!! :)

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  10. I love any creations from the Nifty Fifties cartridge. I haven't made that cut because of all the little pieces, but with the print and cut feature on the Explore, you can do so much more a lot faster. Great colors that pop! That card would make a great Father's Day card too.

    Maureen

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