Cricut Cardz Challenge #1.. Christmas Wreath Card


 I've found the "card feature" on the Joys of the Season cart and have been having fun exploring all its possibilities.  This cutout Christmas wreath is one I particularly like.  The background was achieved with an embossing folder and the buttons are from my Papertrey Ink button stash.  This is a quick and simple design if you are wanting to make a quantity of holiday cards.  I've decided to enter this card on the Cricut Cardz Blog FIRST Challenge. 

10 comments:

TwoSpecialWires said...

Again, very nice! We like how the circular theme carries through the wreath, the embossed background and the buttons. Also really like the "joy" font. As all your cards, this is very pretty and well done.

Nancy Sanders said...

Love your card, it is very nice and gives me some inspiration to take another look at that cartridge. Thanks for for joining the fun at CCC.

Jeri said...

This is a great card. I love the Joys of the Season cartridge. It's one of my favorites. Thanks for playing at CCC.

sophiesmama said...

Great card judith! Thanks for playing our first challenge at CCC!
Hugs,
Mary

iluvmybugs said...

Very pretty card Judith!!! Love the little touches you added!! Thanks for joining us this week at CCC!!!

Hugs,
Terry

Blue6366 said...

Beautiful card - I love the touches of red and that Joy font across the bottom. Thanks for playing along with us at CCC this week.

Now, I have to ask......do your really live in PCB? You don't have to answer that but I ask because I live in Niceville, but work in PCB and thought it was wild when I saw the PCB weather widget on your blog....

Pink E said...

Wonderful card, I don't have this cart but must say you are making me want it more now, Thanks for joining us this week at CCC and hope to see lots more of your wonderful designs

PenLight said...

Beautiful card! I love this cart and I don't remember this capability. Going to explore. Thank you!!

Kristin G. said...

Nice card. Man I'm wishing for a cuddlebug for Christmas.

"SNOWMANLOVER" said...

Judith, your work is so professional and gorgeous!!