Wednesday, July 6, 2011

What's Buzzin'?


Wednesday! Can you believe that we're already half-way through the week? Feels like the week just started. Wait a minute...it did. I guess that's what a 3-day weekend does to me. Long weekends always make me lose track of the days of the week.
So you'll forgive me if I post LD's Tuesday deal a day late, right? Luckily, LD's Two-for-Tuesday offer is always good for a week so you still have time to grab it before it expires.


For one week only, you can get BOTH the Girl Power and Sparkle SVGs for $4 (reg $8). That's only $2 per set except that you have to buy both sets.


So anyway, I figure that I'll make up for being late by showing you this super-fantabulous card that I made with the Girl Power SVG set.


This shaped card is slightly different from all my other shaped cards. The card front is actually smaller than the rest of the card.


The writing area is only as big as the card front and you can't see the writing area at all when the card is closed.

Instead of adhering the bee to the card with foam tape, I attached a piece of wire to it. I think it made the card so much more fun to look at.  


All the layers were cut out by my Silhouette SD and Make-the-Cut.


Don't forget that the LD's Two-for-Tuesday offer will expire next Monday. To get your Girl Power and Sparkle SVG Bundle, just click here now.

5 comments :

  1. I love this little card it is sooooo cute and very creative. Love the Beeee Paper, would you share the paper source????

    Thanks so much for sharing with us.

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  2. You are always coming up with such interesting cards, Jin! How did you get the white part on the paper for the writing? - you must have used one of your magical tricks!

    Love it - it looks beter than a certain note cartridge LOL

    Hugs!

    Carmen L

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  3. Love this card! So unique! I would love to know where you got the paper, it's so pretty!
    Cindy:)

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  4. Thanks, everyone! :-)

    @Linda and Cindy, the patterned paper is from Echo Park's Country Drive.

    @Carmen, for the writing area, I just cut out the same shaped piece that I used for the card front on white paper and I adhered that to the inside.

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