This week Jitterbuggin' came up with another fun sketch. In addition to the sketch, we were suppose to use a punch and a specific color scheme. The color scheme was black and white with one accent color.
August is a crazy birthday month for our family, so I decided when I saw this number paper that I would make a birthday card for my sister-in-law. The number paper came in a pack I won a couple years ago at a World Cardmaking Day event. I used my black, white, and green card stock that I had on hand. It's difficult to see, but the number paper is actually mounted on black card stock. I used three Cricut Cartridges on this card: Zooballoo, George and Basic Shapes, and Doodle Charms. I cut the hat out on Doodle Charms and used George and Basic Shapes to make the black and green rings on my 31 circle. I used a punch to cut out the white inner circle. I ran the white inner circle and inner white rectangle through the Big Shot to emboss it with a Cuddlebug folder. I added my last circle and added some bling with some fun Me and My Big Ideas gems I had purchased on clearance a year ago. I chose green because it is my sister-in-laws favorite color. I think she will really like card and I had fun making it!