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Day of the Month Card Club - Look for Circles Day

Hi Everyone,




This month we are celebrating the national 
"Look for Circles Day"
 For more detail on this day go visit our challenge blog.


We also have a Guest Designer with us  - I am sure you all know her - it's Coni Longley from Which Craft?, who was voted winner in challenge #7. She is immensely creative and one of the best commentors I know. It's always a delight to read her comments, which she distributes generously on my blog and everyone else she follows! So uplifting!

 Now here is my inspiration card:

I didn't want you to look too hard for circles on my card, ha ha.....

The circles I made with a MFT stencil. I did some die cutting with a MFT die and elevated the letters with fun foam. 
Not too tedious to make and I love the way this looks.


I am counting on you! You have until the end of the month (11/30) to do so.
Please link up HERE

This is a voting challenge - the winner will be determined by vote. Everybody can vote, even if you didn't play along. Voting starts on the first of the following month - June first. 
The 3 participants with the most votes will win. 
The winners will be showcased on the 5th of each month and the new challenge will start each month on the seventh.
And to make it more fun and appealing it would be great if you could comment on at least 3 other participants - perhaps you'll find some new friends that way. 


There is always a reason to celebrate!

Linking up with:

Take It, Make It Challenge



Comments

papierelle said…
Bunt wie ein Regenbogen und fröhlich, so wie ein Geburtstag sein soll!!
Klasse Karte!!!
This is such a happy birthday design with the raised letters. I love it.
conil said…
I love the way it looks, too. What a beautiful bunch of circles. So vibrant and such happy colors. Also adore the camoflaged sentiment...it just reaches out and grabs the eye.
Darnell said…
As you can tell from the Twofer header, I love overlapping circles, Cornelia, so I am aswoon over this beautiful-rainbow-colored-sediment-camouflaged design!! Hugs, Darnell
Jen said…
I love circles and geometrics - this card is so fun and right up my alley.
Linda said…
This looks amazing, I love the rainbow of colour. Thank you for playing along with the Craft Stamper challenge xx

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