Sunday, 21 October 2007

Daring Cardmakers

A couple of my forum girls are always making cards for the Daring Cardmakers Challenges. I thought I would join in this time. The challenge was "Circle of Friends", with at least one circle. I made this card as I wanted to send something like it to a friend who I have lost touch with. I do miss seeing her and our chats on the phone, it's too easy to get caught up in family life and lose touch with people you once cared for.




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16 comments:

Andrea said...

Great card

Louly said...

This is brilliant Karen! your friend will love it. Careful with the DCM dares, once you start you just can't stop! I know what you mean about using the flash on your camera, I never use mine for cards the light just seems to bounce right off them doesn't it.

Juliet said...

Yep, photos are difficult this time of year especially. Lou's right Karen, these challenges are addictive, but great fun too!
Bloomin good job you have a craft shop using all those brads, lol. Beautiful card, as always. You do detail soooo well.

Sandy said...

Wow its a really nice Card. Looks great.

Karen said...

I managed to take another picture without the flash, see the difference it makes?
I lost count of how many brads I used here Juliet LOL
Thank you for the comments girls xxx

Maisymary's Findings said...

Love all the details on this card ! wonderful !

Saffa said...

Oh wow this is spectacular

I love all the elements!

Paula said...

Very beautiful.

Kaz said...

Great card, really different.

Mellie said...

Great card. Love it. Btw Tagged you so see what I've awarded you with.

lorraineA said...

Thanks for the tag Karen:)

I have shared 7 bizarre facts about me over on my blog:)

LX

Angelnorth said...

Love those interlocking circles of brads - great card!

Lynne said...

Lovely card Karen - thanks for joining in with our Birthday celebrations.

Kathy said...

wow, what a LOT of circles on this one!

Great to have you joining in with our special dare, Karen

Nanie said...

Brilliant card !

Craftspirations said...

This is just beautiful Karen. In fact they all are. What a work of sheer ART!!!