Saturday, January 9, 2016

Joyful Stars Blog Hop - Floral Card!

Welcome to our Monthly 
Joyful Stars January Blog Hop

You're right on track if you've landed here from Stephanie's Blog.  Remember, this hop is a circle of talented ladies, so be sure to continue hopping through all the blogs to see all the beautiful creative ideas for loads of inspiration!

Floral Card

Happy New Year and thank you for hopping on by!  Today I'd like to share with you another quick card I made from my favorite Cricut Cartridge - Artfully Sent (Exclusively from CTMH!).  The card measures 5x7 when completed.

I made a card base out of Colonial White card stock and then used some patterned paper from my stash for the background.  I then selected the 'Pocket Card' setting from page 32, and cut it out of Colonial White card stock at 6".  I attached it on top of the patterned paper, using the Bonding Memories glue to hold in place.

I then used some satin ribbon from my stash and added flat back pearls to the centers of the flowers for added dimension.  You can add our gemstones from our collection which would also look great!

This card was so easy that I was able to make it in under 10 minutes!  I hope you like it!  Please remember to leave a comment below.

Thank you so much for stopping by and hopping along with us!  Your next stop is Marie's Blog.  Hope to see you again next month!  Hope you're having a great start to the New Year and Happy Crafting!  ~Yvonne (Evie)  


  1. Your card is so pretty. I love all your BLING!

    1. Thanks, Betty! Every girl has to have her bling! :)

  2. Pretty card, Yvonne! I love the pink pearls. Thanks for reminding me of these wonderful features from Artfully Sent and for being part of this awesome blog hop.
    :) Marie

  3. You inspire me to play with that cartridge more. Such a pretty card.

  4. Good way to remind us how great and easy the CTMH Cricut cartridges are.

  5. Love seeing Cricut Designs, reminds me I need to use mine more :) Keep the creations and inspiration coming!

  6. Great card. I really need to start playing with mine more.