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BFF Card

I made this card for the Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog's Challenge Me Monday #71.  Wow, that's a mouth full, LOL.  This weeks challenge was to make a card for a friend.  Now, I have a friend in mind for this card, but if I say it on here it'll give it away before she can get it!!
ALL cardstock is from The Paper Company's value packs.
I started with a 5 1/2"x 8 1/2" piece of blue cardstock and folded it in half for the base of my card.  Then, for my first layer, I cut a piece of light green card stock at 5 1/4"x 4".  I layered a piece of lavender colored cardstock that was cut at 5 1/4"x 2 1/2" on the top half of the green cardstock using my ATG gun.  I covered up the "seem" of where the papers meet with a piece of light pink grosgrain ribbon and secured it on the back using regular Scotch tape.  I attached the whole thing to the base of the card using my ATG gun.
I used the "Create a Critter" cartridge with my Cricut Expression to cut the Lamb and the Moon.  I cut the lamb at 3 1/2" and the moon at 2".  I secured the lamb to my card using 3D-Dots to make her pop off of the page making her the main focal point.  I attached the moon using my ATG gun.
Then to finish off my card I used a My Pink Stamper stamp from her "Even More Punny-licious" set with a Stampin Up! Classic, Creamy Caramel, ink pad for my sentiment. 

I wanted to use some light pastel colors for this card because they seemed more warm and inviting.  The exact feeling that I want to give my friend.  I hope you all enjoyed it!!

Happy Crafting!!!!


  1. Aw, so sweet. :) I love that happy little sheep - her bows are darling. Fabulous card! I'm sure your friend will love it!

  2. So adorable! Love the cute little lamb! I am sure your friend will love it! Thanks for playing with us at FCCB!

  3. This is just so, so sweet! The soft colours are perfect and I love the happy faces on the little lamb and moon. Super sentiment too! I'm sure your friend will love this!
    Thanks so much for playing along at Fantabulous Cricut!
    Small Bits of Paper

  4. Thank you all sooo much for your comments!!! They really make me smile!!!

  5. This is a very sweet card! I love the sweet lamb and the moon matches perfectly. This would also be a cute baby card.
    Thanks for playing along with us at FCCB!

  6. Lovely!! I love CAC! Thanks for sharing it with us at FCCB this week!

  7. Thank you all for your lovely comments!!!!


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