Circle of Love Card

Posted by: Gemin General, Projects
16
Oct

Our family is following a new schedule the past month, and it has wreaked havoc on my crafting time! That is why I haven’t been able to post anything new, well, up to now, that is 🙂  Splitcoast Stampers launched their Hope You Can Cling To Challenge, and being one of those whose family has been touched by this dreaded disease, I knew that I would join and send some cards to UT MD Anderson Cancer Center.

One of the challenges, which is hosted by Beate, is to make a circle card. To make the card above, I printed the digital image of the wreath I made below (yup, it’s free, just right-click and save in your computer, please respect Gem’s Cottage Digital Images Policy when using this image). The printed image was then cut out and layered over a piece of pink Bazzill Basic paper circle. The sentiment was printed on GP white cardstock using Albemarle Swash font, then cut out into a circle and positioned in the middle of the circle card. The pink Offray ribbon was added as a final touch. Inside, the sentiment reads, “Every crisis faced together makes the circle stronger”.

If you are looking for more wreath images similar to the one below, you can see a Fall/Thanksgiving one in Do Me a Favor , and there are several in Calico Christmas II. Have a happy card-making day!

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3 comments so far

1.  Marilou
October 18th, 2011 at 11:18 am

Your card is beautiful Gem!! Thanks for sharing your design and the wreath with us. xoxo Big Hugs!

2.  Rosalee
October 27th, 2011 at 12:19 pm

thank for sharing your wreath of hope

3.  420social.club
May 21st, 2015 at 11:42 am

As a Newbie, I am permanently exploring online for articles that can benefit me.
Thank you

 

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