Monday, February 3, 2014

Groovy Girl - Rock On! Card



Hi Everyone - this is a crazy, busy, out of control week for me at work and home.  I am not sure when I am going to sleep.  On my "to do" list was to make a birthday card.  One of my girls has a dance party to attend Saturday.  We both love that 60's-70's look.  The Groovy Times Cricut cartridge was too "hip" to pass up!  This card was very, very fast to make. 

Supplies
  • Cricut cartridge: Groovy Times, HipGirl button
  • Paper: packs of paper from Michael's, white, light pink, turquoise, lime green, orange, yellow, and pink (the girl).
  • Stamps: My Pink Stamper
  • Ink: StampinUp Tempting Turquoise
  • Adhesive: any kind

Photo Source: Provocraft 

 After cutting out the layered daisy (4 inches) and the girl with my Cricut, I adhered the daisy layers together. Using the 8.5 x 11 white paper, score/fold at 4.25 inches, making the card 4.25 x 5.5.  I adhered the layered daisy and the "hip" girl onto the card. 


 I was able to use my Gypsy and cut all the layers at one time.

Next, I stamped the sentiments (My Pink Stamper Stamps) on the card.  I liked Rock On! and my daughter liked Party Animal too.  She couldn't decide so and I was out of time, so I suggested both! Groovy!



Presto! You have a Groovy Girl card!  Remember I love comments, so please let me know what you think of the card.

Peace out! I originally posted on Outnumbered 3 to 1.


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