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Friday, 21 February 2014

Round and Round!

Happy Friday to all,

Yesterday I was going round and round with my crafting! I got out all my circle stamps after seeing this card by Jen at Less is More. I had fun mixing and matching my circle stamps all from different companies. I made a card for my Husband's Uncle who is celebrating his Birthday this week. I just stamped, masked a bit and added some enamel dots and gems and came up with this:



I have used this week's colour combo at Color Throwdown-perfect for a guy card.

As I have repeated several of these stamps I am entering this into the 'can you repeat this' challenge at One-Layer Simplicity Challenge. As this card was inspired by Jen on the DT at Less is More I am going to enter it into the 'masculine' challenge they have this week.

Edited to add-I am also going to enter this into Cardz 4 Guyz-this week the challenge is CAS 

The circle stamps I have used are from STAMPlorationsCraft Meow (closed now!) and Fresh Squeezed Stamps

If you want a chance to win some new release stamps from STAMPlorations check out this post and leave a comment before the 2nd March and you could win the new 'MOM' set.

Have a fun weekend x




27 comments:

  1. LOVE it. Perfect stamping! What a great design xx

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  2. Great card, love your colour choices.
    Elaine

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  3. Smashing - lovely design and colours

    Kathyk

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  4. Great circles and great colors for a masculine card! Think I have to try my new dots-stamps from SSS this weekend; this looks so great.... Have a fun weekend, Gerrina

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  5. Love your design Sandie, the grungy circles are awesome.

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  6. WOW! This is fabulous, Sandie. And you're right...perfect for a guy-card. Have a crafty weekend, my friend!
    hugs, Asha - Sunny Summer Crafts

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  7. These circles in different sizes and designs sure look great for a masculine design!

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  8. I really love the colors in this card, Sandie! It's the perfect guy card!

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  9. Fabulous circle clusters, Sandie ... the two globes look so perfectly dimensional! Anita :)

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  10. Ooh this makes a really good guy card, lovely masking in your collage. Thanks for joining Less is More's masculine challenge this week
    Anne
    Guest "Less is More"

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  11. This is brilliant, I love it!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  12. What a FABULOUS CAS card!!! Love it so much!

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  13. Another beauty, Sandie, especially stunning in a OLC!! Love your design!! Have a great weekend! Hugs, Darnell

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  14. Fabulous design Sandie - love these colors together. Loll xx

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  15. Super fun card! What a great idea to combine different circles, this is a fab CAS design. You rock! xx

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  16. Beautiful design with wonderful stamping. Love the colours. Thanks for visiting at my blog, it's appreciated, Shirleyx

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  17. This another great men's card Sandie, thanks for sharing with us at Cardz4Guyz this challenge. :)

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  18. It looks so free-style and yet so perfect! Love it.

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  19. Awesome Sandie! A perfect masculine card. I'm envious of how well you put that together - not sure I could have made it look so pleasing to the eye :o) Hugs D

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  20. LOVE this CAS card!! Perfectly designed and balanced. Thanks so much for playing the Color Throwdown!

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  21. Hello again, this is a perfect CAS card, I do like the circles, being all different. A great idea. Thanks for sharing this with us at Cardz 4 Guyz. Caz

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  22. Love the graphic circles...such a wonderful CAS design!!! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown Challenge!!!

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  23. Lovely CAS masculine card. Thanks again for playing along at Cardz 4 Guyz this week x

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  24. Your combination of pattern and colour is superb.

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  25. I loved the amazing design !! perfect colors in perfect ratios :)

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