Monday, 5 November 2012

BBTB2 Circles

Today over at BBTB2 we're not having a challenge as such but are just looking at what we can create with circles and our cricuts!

I cut three circles 1 1/2" 1 3/4" and 2" using George and Basic Shapes cartridge in white card and pop dotted them on top of each other to create a melting snowman. I glittered the edges of the circles and added some red polka dot ribbon which I frayed at the ends for his scarf. His eyes and mouth have been made using different size hole punch waste and I hand cut a little orange triangle for his nose. Backing paper and greeting are both Papermania and I just added to crystals to the greeting to finish off.
Please pop over to BBTB2 and see what gorgeous projects the DT have created using circles this week,.

Thanks so much for stopping by



DonnaMundinger said...

Awww Julie, so sweet! Boy, a snowman sure would have melted here today. it was 80! I really would prefer some Fall weather. Darling card. xxD

Susan said...

Julie this is adorable. Love the snowman!! I adore snowmen but miss having them here in the Southeast of the US. I am so happy to see you posting on your blog again, or at least to see your blog loading for me. I missed it!


Bella and Aidees Mom said...

Julie..This is so stinkin cute..I didn't do the challenge, but my idea was going to be very simular to this..:) Krista

Riet said...

What a gorgeous card Julie.

Hugs Riet.xx

Stephanie said...

Julie, this is a fun way to do a snowman. Totally inspired.

Beckie said...

TOOooo cute. Love it.

Be blessed, Beckie
Stampin' Up Ind Demo

Suzanne said...

Love your cute little melted snowmen. Such a cute idea with circles.

Jayne said...

Fab card Julie! Love how you created your snowman.
Jayne x

Brenda said...

Awww this is too stinkin' cute Julie! I love this idea and must give it a try sometime. What a perfect way to use circles, especially for the winter time cards! Hugs!

Carole Beath said...

Very cute, Julie. Circles are awesome and there is so much we can create with them. You rocked this.


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