Cricut Maker Machine

Sunday, January 25, 2009

A Rose by any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet

The challenge for the week over at the Bitten by the Bug blog is to use the ROSE from Indie Art in a design of our choosing. Being me, I went with yet another Valentine's card.

This card was cut with a modified version of Jen's doily edge cricut cut file (I made adjustments and turned her edge work into a card), pretty pink papers, pink ribbons and rick-rack, and of course a tag from the Cutting Cafe's printable stamps (have you checked out the cutting cafe yet? Click the link in the name and go see for yourself how wonderful printed stamps can be.... GO!).

I topped off the design with a BasicGray valentine rub-on. I love the long narrow shape of this card, and I hope my mom will too. Shhhh! Don't tell her.

And finally a note to William - thank you for providing me a title for this week's project. Your body of work could provide me with a life time of titles. Go Shakespeare!!!


  1. Gorgeous Susan! Love all of the added detail. I'm no expert on Nesties. That was my 1st attempt and I must say I had a bit of trouble with the embossing but I think I'll get the hang of it. xxD

  2. Susan i just love your card, the colours are gorgeous. one of my favourites this week !!!!

  3. This is beautiful! Very well done!

  4. O Susan this is BEAUTIFUL!!!
    203 more days to CKS in Charlotte NC.:O)

  5. Really beautiful Susan. I'm so glad that my doily edge file was user friendly enough for you to modify it to use it as a card edge. :o) AWESOME!!

  6. susan this is stunning!! i so enjoy your creations!