A Circle of Love

I had all these circles on my desk from playing around on a different project. I never throw them away as I know I will use them for something at some point. Then I saw the AAA challenge and hey presto, I’ve used some of them for the challenge.

My circles are cut using Infinity Dies from Hero Arts and I had several frames sitting around in both white and gold. The blue dots were fall outs from a card I did the other day and the scripty love heart is an unbranded die that I quite like. I cut 2 used one as you see with the word and one I just cut the heart for the solid circle. The frames were glued flat except for the gold one which I carefully added foam tape on the back so it would pop up slightly. The solid gold circle sits almost popped up because it is resting on the frame.

When I first began the card, I wasn’t sure where I was going with it, but when playing with the shapes it all sort of flowed together and I’m pleased with the end result. It is CAS and has an elegant feel to it too.

We have family day holiday tomorrow and I am hoping the weather is nice so people can get out and about easily. Thanks for taking a peek.

11 thoughts on “A Circle of Love

    1. I knew I would use them somehow and I still have a few sitting around. I’m glad you like this. I think my CAS cards are so much better than they used to be.


  1. I’m chuckling at the question. It took a lot of patience but I have a very narrow foam tape and I cut it into tiny bits to make it fit. There is another way to do it if the tape is thin enough, but I actually didn’t have the patience to do it that way. My mum taught me that to make something into a circle, you cut small slits into it and it will then go around easily. I thought the tape was too narrow to try this.


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