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24 May, 2014

Wonky Circles

I just love those wonky circles I see everywhere right now. I used them as a start when i was figuring out what to do for my ABNH solo post this month. I made three cards on the wonky circle theme.  I got this new stencil and inked a wonky circle pattern with some lovely colors of shadow inks. Yummy! I think the Mama Elephant stamp is so cool too, they are our collab this month, yey!



Then I started to think about if I could make my own wonky circles using my Cameo to make a card with inlays in different colors. I inked the white middle pieces in the same colors as on the last card and even though I made the black outlines a bit thin I loved this card!



But then I had all these black left over pieces and did not want to toss them, I made another card. I was thinking a nice graphical black and white card would be cool. But when I was done it looked a bit... blah... I took my Envelop background stamp and embossed it over the whole card  using clear neutral glitter embossing powder. And the card was not blah anymore I tell you.



I took another picture from the side of this card and loooooooook at all that glitter! It looks even better up close. Very pretty!



So, talking of embossing. There is still some time left to enter the current challenge :) It's all about embossing!



This months sponsor Mama Elephant is giving away two stamp sets, they are so great and very fun! Love!



There is also a prize from Simon Says Stamp, go on a shopping spree and don't forget to check out their new release. It's so great :)




I hope you all have a great weekend! See you soon!





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