My Monday Simple Card..


I noticed Christmas With the Cricut posts a "Simple Card" design on Mondays and since its Monday, it inspired me to create my own "Simple Card"
The framed bird was cut using the Monogram Shadow Feature on Gypsy Font. Peace and the holly leaves were cut using, most likely, Gypsy Font or Gypsy Wanderings, but I am not certain.  One thing I am learning; its imperative to take notes as I am designing on my Gypsy, especially if I plan on posting my work here on my blog.   The cartridges offer so many options that it is impossible, at least at this point in my experience level, to remember where everything comes from.
This card will be one of the designs I will be using for my church to sell in an upcoming fundraiser. The cards will be packaged in clear acrylic boxes and sold in sets or either four or six. 

6 comments:

Joy said...

I Judith...I'm Joy and I saw your lovely card on the Cricut MB...so I decided to scoot over and check out your blog. You have made some really pretty cards !!! Im sure I will be checking back often!!
Hugz n Kissez, Joy
http://joy-purttypaperz.blogspt.com/

TwoSpecialWires said...

Simply Beautiful, Auntie Judith. Your cards ARE lovely. And we'll look forward to seeing them emerge on your new bloggie.

(Fergi gently wags her tail and shyly wiggles just a bit. Who would have ever imagined she would become a Jiminy Cricuts Blog commenter?)

Love,
Your Wirey Niece Fergi (who really seriously does love your work)

Shelia said...

I love simple, so clean. The blue base sits it all off. Very pretty

Crayola58 said...

What a wonderful card, so clean and perfect.
Carole

Ladybug Diva said...

Hi Judith!

I love your SIMPLE CARD! And I know exactly what you mean about remembering what carts my images come from when designing in the Gypsy! I have a solution for you though!! Watch my video on the Wine Bottle Wrappers at http://hallmarkladybugs.blogspot.com/2009/11/guest-designer-tammy-from-christmas.html and I explain how you can use the new multiple page features to add an information page to your designs! Let me know what you think and thanks for following our CWTC blog!

Tammy Skinner
Christmas With The Cricut

Shelley Evetts said...

Again, I just love your blog. I've given you 2 awards, you can pick them up on my blog. shelleyscards.blogspot.com