Happy Saturday! We are enjoying a wonderfully rainy day here in AZ. Perfect for hanging our house lights, huh? Luckily, the hubs got the lights up before it really started to come down this afternoon. We were lucky to actually be hanging them, as we couldn't find any A4 lights anywhere. He cleaned out Target as soon as they got back in stock :)
I have a super simple card for you today, but it packs a big punch! I got the idea, once again, from Kimberly Van Diepen over at Stampin' by the Sea. She created this fabulous DSP circle that I couldn't resist trying. Here is my version:
For my circle, I chose to use the Candlelight Christmas DSP. I cut out multiple circles in the size that I wanted. I then stacked the circles and cut them in half, in half again, and then cut each section in half. This will give you eight sections to piece together. I decided on a pattern and pieced them together on a scrap piece of paper. Once glued down, I cut the patterned circle out. This is much easier than trying to design with eight separate sections.
I found through trial and error that it's better to stack the circles together, as this way, they are pretty unison in size. I cut them individually the first time and they were all a bit different in size. In the end, it really doesn't matter. When you piece them together, focus on getting the outside of the circle uniform. If the centers don't perfectly match up, you can cover them with the sentiment and it won't be seen anyways.
This is the perfect way to use up those scraps. Pair it up with some embossing, a cute punch and a button and twine, and you have a perfectly beautiful card that you could easily make over and over with many different print combinations. I love it!
My must have product from this card: Candlelight Christmas DSP (Item #126901) . The prints in this pack are gorgeous. If you'd like to add this to your collection, just pop me an email or click on the Shop Online button in the top right hand corner. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Stamps: Four the Holidays
Paper: Early Espresso, Lucky Limeade, Real Red & Whisper White Cardstock; Candlelight Christmas DSP
Ink: Early Espresso Classic Ink
Accessories: Stripes Embossing Folder, Scallop Edge Border Punch, Circle Nesties, Designer Buttons-Naturals, Linen Thread, Glue Dots and Pop Dots/Dimensionals
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