Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Cooking with Cricut Blogaversary Celebration Day 2

Hello everyone and welcome to Day 2 of our week-long Cooking with Cricut Blogaversary celebration! Today we are showcasing creations that feature pearls in one form or another.

I created my card by printing the background paper and the flower from the Vintage Papers Imagine cartridge.  I cut the flower from the Close to My Heart Art Philosophy cartridge. (If you would like to purchase this fabulous cartridge, click HERE! I inked the edges of the background paper and the flower.  I used Liquid Pearls for my pearl accents. I absolutely LOVE how the Liquid Pearls look when they dry! They are just perfect and come in all kinds of colors!

Here is a close-up of the flower. I did a dot of Liquid Pearls in the center, as well.

Thanks for stopping by today and remember that you have a chance to win some great prizes this week just for playing along - so head over to COOKING WITH CRICUT to link up your own creation in this challenge! 
Remember to stop by COOKING WITH CRICUT everyday this week to see the new challenge that you can participate in! 


Jen said...

So pretty, Jennie! Love the sheet music background and your rose is gorgeous!

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

This is gorgeous. Love the papers, the lace, just everything. Beautiful card.

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Awesome card and I love that sheet music background. TFS

Tracy said...


Anonymous said...

Very pretty! I've tried a few of these flowers, and didn't know what to do with the hole in the middle. Now I know! Fill it with a pearl!

Charlotte said...

Anything with music on it is my thing. Great idea to have sheet music background! This is just so pretty with the flower and pearls. It is just so elegant.

Alvina said...

Very nice card, thanks for sharing.


Moments by Marla said...

So pretty!!!!!

Michelle said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE the paper and flower Jen!! The imagine would be great just for this. ;)


Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Especially like the lace.
"Sunshine HoneyBee"