Thursday 24 February 2011

Sarah Hurley challenges-Round Cards

Good evening and thankyou to those who left comments on my recent post.
I was amazed to see 11 little comments waiting for me and a couple of new followers too.
I will pop over and visit you all soon.

Tonight I share with you my dt card for Sarah Hurley Challenges.
Our host this week is Brenda and she has chosen round cards as her theme.
I must admit I was rather scared because this was way out of my comfort zone but I am glad Brenda made me think out of the box for a change.
It was so much fun and actually real easy to do.

Anyway here's my wee card using elements from the wonderland CD

I just popped a large button and some cord on the base as sometimes less is more.

Hope you all had a fabby day and enjoy the weekend when it comes.


  1. Fabulous card Clare - as you say sometimes less is best!!
    Dawn xx

  2. That is such an elegant card! i wish i could learn the lesson less is more...atleast sometimes...*lol*

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  4. Fab card! I love the papers and the hearts round the edge - lovely! Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

  5. Fabulous card Clare.. well i had to say that lo, as great minds think alike lol..I love the punched hearts
    Lisa ;)

  6. Spot on with the less is more.

    Have you added those hearts to the outside of the circle. Looks awfully like the MS heart edger? Or do you have a corner punch and some mathematical degree to work out where to punch?

    Lin xx

  7. This works brilliantly, Clare and is really effective!

    Hope you're all fine. You never know, maybe we'll actually be able to see each other soon (why does life have to get in the way?)!! Take care, Susie x

  8. Your round easel card is so pretty! Love the heart border and the button on the base!

  9. so beautiful - and well designed.