It's Saturday and that means there's a new challenge on my Craftyhazelnut's Christmas challenge blog - if you haven't discovered it yet, why not hop over there and join in - all you have to do is make a Christmas card - and this week for challenge 15 you need to use at least one circle for 'going round in circles' - I'd like to see at least one circle - it might be the shape of your card, but it doesn't have to be - you can use paper with circles on it, die cut circles, dots or spots ... or even buttons or brads - as long as you use something round it will count.
We are actually having a break away atm, so I quickly prepared two cards for this challenge before we left home (and I have my little lappy with me and hotel internet connection) - time was running out so I needed to produce something quickly so I used Cricut wild card cartridge doiley card with some K & Co Christmas double sided papers (these were some of those that were sent to me by the lovely girls at the Order of the Opus Gluei. Just the addition of a central image and the cards were done.
So here are my two quick cards:
16 April update: I'm linking this for Ellephantastic 25: anything but square or rectangle (unfortunately, there's been a delay linking this because I was away and didn't know till now what the Ellephantastic challenge was - but it's still in time)