- 4.5" x 4.5" square white card stock
- snippets of card, punched using an ancient Fiskars scalloped edge punch, one of the first I ever bought
- a lorra the punched out 'dots' - thank goodness for a Quickie Glue pen and tweezers
- sentiment is from an Elzybells 'Mini Tag' set, stamped with SU 'Rose Red'
I quite liked the look of those dots all swept to one side and tumbling down - but my in-house critic is back in hospital for shaking his head and walking away whilst muttering 'she really needs to get out more'!
I likey, I likey. Especially all those ickle ickle dots so lovingly glued to the page. Hugs Mrs A.ReplyDelete
Love it...Len doesn't get it cuz he isn't a card maker...this is definitely a card to send a cardmaker friend!ReplyDelete
Ya really DID have a LORRA dots stuck on. But you know what? I LIKE 'em! Clever of you to use these (snippets!). Such an interesting design...modern art maybe? Whatever, this is very pretty & unique, and you be a smart gal to think up this design! I hope your critic heals fast so he can be back to check out more of your work! HugsReplyDelete
How clever-love the idea and card is perfect-so cute.Hugs TamaraReplyDelete
What a fun idea to use all the punchies as decoration!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much
"Less is More"
Now that really is using up all the snippets Di nd I love it.ReplyDelete
Fabulous scallop card and the dots are a brilliant finishing touch.ReplyDelete
Love the card and the dots.ReplyDelete
You have waaaaaaay more patience than me! I love the results of your patience though! Great card (despite what 'im indoors says!ReplyDelete
Love the card and especially all those little dots!!ReplyDelete
I love it but would I have the patience?? I don't think so lolReplyDelete
Oh My Goodness! I cannot believe you stuck all those lickle dots to the page. Talk about recycling!!ReplyDelete
Great effect though and I likie the bright colours.
What a great fun card and such patience xReplyDelete
Oh wow Di what a brilliant card and to use the dots up has created the perfect card for the challenge .....well done truly is lovely and a great idea xxReplyDelete
Well, I think that's really, really cool. The dots are an inspiration. I have often looked at all the little cut-out bits and thought they should be used for something :-)ReplyDelete
Fabulous job :-D
Di this is super cuteReplyDelete
love how you used the scallops. Thanks for joining us this week
"Less Is More"
Lovely card, and I do admire your patience in attaching those dots. Thank you for your visit and sadly I did not get the bread done. However we did make some more ice cream. Yum! Even better was the ice cream we made today - mint chocolate, the nicest I have ever tasted. Also mad a double dose of chocolate chip cookies and some cheese scones. Bread now delayed till tomorrow, together with some Yorkshire parkin. Is your nose twitching yet? xx MaggieReplyDelete
Have you gone completely dotty??? You've just proved that we crafters hate to waste a thing, Di :)) I think it's a brilliant use of those punched bits but you must surely deserve 10 gold stars for patience! Lovely card. Hugs, Elizabeth xxReplyDelete
Hi Dotty Di, great card and great use of the dots from the dies, love the colours and also your comment on Len.ReplyDelete
Well I am glad you had the patience to do it, Di, because I think it is cuter than all get out!! I want to blow them off the paper! You've made an interactive card!!ReplyDelete
this is great.I LOVE the diddy dots, so no hospital visit for me lol!!ReplyDelete
FAB!! It must have taken ages to stick those on!ReplyDelete
My in house critic got so fed up of hospital food that now he just says everything is 'nice love'!
I love it! I can't fathom patiently sticking all those dots on. Please tell me you were heavily medicated at the time.ReplyDelete