Monday, 30 June 2008

Circles from Accent Essentials



Regina asked us to use the circle accent from this cartridge. I have to admit I found this a very strange cut, a series of graduated circles. I didn't get much inspiration but then came up with this, the fan is by Stampin Up and the papers are by Papermania. I used pop dots for alternating circles to give them a bit of dimension.

11 comments:

  1. Fabby cards as usual - pop over to my blog - I have a little something for you
    Love
    kath
    xxxx

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  2. Love the colours, En.. Great choice!

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  3. Fantastic!! Hehehehe!! Love it!

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  4. great cards- I have something for you - probably same a s Kath's
    AllisonX

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  5. WOW, I've missed so much by not getting over here sooner....I love all of it Enfys....TFS!!!

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  6. Fab card Enfys..Have a lovely week:)x

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  7. lovely card and great colours, I tried out your shoe card and Ive put it on my blog hope you like it,
    ju x

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  8. i so love your take enfy on the circle challenge, the colors and style of this card is simply amazing....

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  9. Fabulous card Enfys as always! BTW, you have won an award, see my blog!
    Justine x

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  10. Even with little inspiration, you created an amazing card! I tell ya, your talent is surprising!

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  11. Great Card's and don't you just love this great cartridge..AE..Just a little something I am very new to the "Beautiful Cricut E" but I have discovered that if want a border instead of buying the "fiskars Threading water border punch" you can cut one and long as your 12"or 24" paper with or with out the little dots cut out...So if you have this great cartridge explor the possiblities...and have fun...That's what its all about..Frenchpossum west australia...Best wishes to you all...

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Enfys x