Monday, August 6, 2012

Create a B-I-N-G-O winner!

There is a challenge that had a theme and BINGO is it's name-o! B-I-N-G-O! This weeks 
Tuesday Alchemy challenge is based off of this card.  You must use 3 of the items either vertically, horizontally or diagonally.  Great idea!! Pretty much sky's the limit just as long as you incorporate these items in your project.

This week we have 2 awesome sponsor's! Flonz and Scapper's Delight!! Each giving away great goodies!  Join in and good luck!!

 I used dies/punches, ink and blings to create this card.  Luckily everything was cut using the cricut's pagoda cartridge.  I wanted to try something a little different this time, by using the two cards.  I used the darker pink for the main card and the lighter pink as an overlay card.  I inked the lighter pink card with gold ink to give it a speckled look.  I cut the fence in the background and inked it with gold to give it a little more dimension, then glued it down to the dark pink card.  Next, I cut the light pink card with the flower middle and place it over the fence to create an inner image.  The bamboo image actually comes out all together, I cut it in half and put it on both sides of the card to create a little more balance.  Next I cut the dragonflies in different sizes and colors, and placed them to look a little more whimsical.  Lastly I added the blings to the bamboo and the dragonflies to give it a little more pop!  The inside is blank, making it great for any occasion.  All in all, I think it came out pretty good for an experiment card!  I will try doing more cards like this and see what happens.  



  1. This is such a pretty and cheerful card! Love the colors! Have a wonderful day! HUgs and sunshine

  2. Both cards are just gorgeous, I have that cartridge but really haven't played with all the images yet...
    So inspiring~ Enjoy your day my friend...

    1. Thanks! It really is a great cartridge! I know once you start using it, you will make something awesome like you always do!!

    2. I see the chillness of Hawaii reflected in your work. :) I could really use some of that paradise! lol

    3. haha! thanks!i was going for more of the asian vibe, but paradise works too!

  3. Love your card - the colors and all the other elements make it just pop.

    With smiles and hugs



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