Sunday, September 23, 2012

Avonlea Thank You Card with Rolled Fringe Flower

Hello! Rachel here with a card to share with you from a creative class taught by a fellow CTMH team member and blog follower, Phyllis Houser.

She had us take a 1 inch wide strip of paper about 10 inches long. We folded this in half but didn't crease it, and glued the long edge together.  Then starting from the folded side, cut small slits up toward the glued edge to make the fringe.  Finally, roll up the strip and flare out the fringe to make the flower.  I added a sparkle to the center to finish it off. Cute and easy, thanks, Phyllis!

We originally had a stamped sentiment on the card, but since this is a Cricut blog, I cut out this cute frame at 2" and Thank You at 1 1/2" from the Artiste cartridge, and applied it with pop dots. These cuts can be found on page 65 of the handbook.

Supplies used:
Avonlea Paper
Slate Satin Polka-Dot Ribbon
Sparkles Black and Grey Assortment
Slate Ink

On a personal note, I'd also like to say thanks so much to all of our blog followers and for the nice comments left by some of you.  It is very encouraging to read your kind words about the projects that Mary and I have posted.  I hope we continue to inspire you and we really enjoy getting your feedback!

Happy Crafting!

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