Hello blog friends! I hope you have had a great weekend! Also, my thoughts and prayers are for those effected by the hurricane. We had a quiet weekend. It was wonderful and I do love it when it rains all weekend! I get to get all my jobs done inside that need my attention. We even lounged around in our p.j.’s yesterday and watched some movies and ate popcorn. It was lots of fun to be with the fam. Smile

While scrolling through my Google reader, I saw this weeks Card Patterns Sketch and really wanted to give it a try. I love challenges and this one was so different and beautiful! Also, the Cupcake Color Challenge is amazing.  Love, love these colors but never tried them together!

And I know, GASP!!!, I didn’t use a flower, pearl or bow. LOL! I hope you enjoy my card anyways! Have a beautiful day!


KaiserCrafts Chaper One 6×6 Paper pad was used for my gorgeous background paper. I wished the camera could pick up the raised embossing that is over it. It is absolutely gorgeous!


I used the circle die cut that was included in my paper pad for my sentiment. I then punched out a 1-3/4” Circle Punch and daubed around the corners. 1-1/2” & 1-1/4” square punch was used for my little squares using Kraft and Bashful Blue card stock. My larger square measures 2-1/2”.

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Paper: Kaiser Craft Chapter One 6×6 paper pad

Awesome Tools: 1-1/2 & 1-1/4” Square Punch, 1-3/4” Circle Punch, Sewing Machine

A Touch of Glam: Crochet Trim, Baker’s Twine, Buttons, Rhinestones

16 thoughts on “CPS130 & CR84FN37 ~ Something different for you…

  1. Jodi says:

    I love it Joanna. Doesn’t even need a bow or a flower. I can see why you wanted to use the cupcake challenge colors. They are gorgeous together. Of course, I’m always a huge fan of turquoise on a card. Really fun different layout this week also. Love all the different size squares.

  2. Jan D. says:

    Beautiful, as always. Thanks to your inspiration, I finally got the courage to sew on to cardstock and I was amazed at how easy it was. I had visions of having to dig out a broken needle from my sewing machine, but I finally realized you wouldn’t do it if it damaged your sewing machine…so, I did it! My machine just might find a permanent spot in my craft room now. TFS

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