Sunday, August 8, 2010

Paper Dolls Challenge #16

I'm back today with another Paper Dolls Challenge. This one is hosted by Lee Anne and it can be found here. She challenged us to use this sketch...

I don't think I have ever made a circle card, but I have always wanted to. So thanks for the challenge, Lee Anne!

I cut both circles with my Cricut and then roughed up the edges with a scissors. I'm still not sure I like the red buttons, but I didn't have any yellow ones - can't believe I didn't pick up Harvest Gold buttons at CHA! To make this a card, I attached a little 3x3 inch card to the back of the red circle.

Thanks for stopping by!
~Anika

Supplies: (All Papertrey Ink unless noted)
Cardstock: Pure Poppy, Harvest Gold, Stampers Select White
Stamps: Star Prints
Ink: Pure Poppy, True Black
Other: Pure Poppy Buttons, Fiskars Star Punch, Cricut Expression

13 comments:

Lee Anne said...

Thanks for completing my challenge! I love this card! Using the stars was a smart idea, and I think the red buttons look great there!

Sue Ann said...

Great card Anika ...... I like the red on red with the buttons ...... gives nice texture without adding more color. I think it looks great!!!

Michelle said...

Your card turned out great, Anika! Love your choice of colors!

Lisa V. said...

Anika, the red buttons are perfect. I love seeing the SP set in use bc it is such a fun set and the colors you picked go perfectly with it.

Lori said...

Anika, this is so cute. I think the red buttons look great!

Amy said...

My favorite part of this fun card is the line of buttons! Great job!

Laurie said...

Great job on the challenge! Super cute card!

Laurie said...

This is awesome! I love that pop of red and white in the star! I really want to play with this challenge too! Hope I get a chance! (I just got your challenge done finally! It will go up tomorrow!) :)

Belinda said...

Oh the row of buttons is just perfect! Too fun!

Jill said...

The red buttons look fine! In fact, because they are more subtle than yellow buttons would have been, and combined with the distressed edges on the circles--this makes a great masculine card!

Katie S said...

I think this circle card is super cool Anika Marie! It's always fun to see your new creations :)

~Katie Anne

Katie {choc0holic} said...

I love this color combination...my Harvest Gold just arrived and I need to bust it out!

Jen Carter said...

Love this! The colors you chose are great! This is a perfect take on the challenge!