Friday, January 21, 2011

Here is the open window....

Check this out here. I have been asked to be part of the new card challenge blog "Die Cuttin' Diva's". This new weekly card challenge blog has been created by Tammy Wark and Carla Peicheff. Both of these ladies are super talented and I am honored to be part of their original design team for the Die Cuttin' Diva's card challenge blog.

There will be weekly challenges as we explore our electronic die cutters. I will be using my Cricut Expression.

Here is the "winter card" that I made for part of my application.




It is a fairly simple card. I used the border cut (1" cut) from the Plantin School Book cartridge and a snowflake (2 1/2" cut) for the Accent Essentials cartridge (accent 15).

Supplies: Die cutter: Cricut Expression, Patterned paper, letter stickers: Fancy Pants (Hot Chocolate collection), Snowflake accents: Imaginisce, heat seater & jewels: Irock by Imaginisce.

As you can see my style of card if fairly simple.

So stay tuned, there will be many more to come.

Thanks for stopping by!!

Heather

6 comments:

~Tammy~ said...

gorgeous as always! glad to be working with ya again!

Stampin' Meg said...

Very Pretty Card- I'll be sure to follow your projects there, Heather. As to CHA this year-nope-I am not going to the actual show this year. Just to a Cricut Circle crop the day preceding. It's @ the LA convention center this year which is a lot farther than Anaheim from my house.

Melissa D. said...

Congrats Heather! I am glad you are part of the design team. Now I am glad that I didn't submit what I made for it...your project is GORGEOUS! Love the colors! I am still learning about my Silhouette so I will have to follow your journey! Will they have a blog? I will need to follow!

Jess said...

Cute card! Love the bling!

moralia said...

Gorgeous card, Heather! Love it!

Andrea Amu said...

Yay! Congrats on the newest DT gig! And well... you certainly can't go wrong with workin' out the Cricut! Way to go!

Fab card design... the blinged out snowflake is divine!