Happy Saturday Night! I have been working away on a challenge for Moxie Fab. There are so many challenges going on right now! Go check it out: Get Inspired by Home Decor Challenge in the Moxie Fab World!
Also, I am submitting this card to the Cuttlebug Spot Challenge: Left Overs. They are a great blog to visit too. The Cuttlebug Spot Challenge is to use scrap pieces, things left over from other projects. After I did this card, I realized all of my pieces were from my scrap pile. Yay!! So let's check it out!
The picture for inspiration was:
Love this globe! What a perfect thing to inspire creativity!
As you will see I was inspired to use an Earth. Scroll down and I'll show you how I did it!
First I had some nice bright white cardstock. I used my Cricut (Going Places cartridge) to cut out the Earth and a circle for it to fit on. I was kinda scared cutting out the circle because if something were to mess up, I didn't have anymore of that paper. But all was good until I realized I didn't want to paint that circle with Smooch. It would have taken forever!
I did however paint the land with a green apple Smooch. Look at how fun and shimmery! Love it!
So I dumped out my scrap box (there tucked in other places too but we won't go there). I found this deep blue color to go with my land. It was a scrap from the box.
There's my scraps pile. I'll tell you it didn't go back in the box as nicely as it was when I dumped it. I guess I need to make a few more cards from this pile! (and there's more in other places!)
I used my small Xyron to adhere my land masses.
I dug through and found a light blue background paper that I adhered to my base card (4.5X5 inches).
The letters are from Making Memories. They are also glittery so that was a nice touch to my card.
So until next time my friends...stay worldly! :)