Monday, June 18, 2012

Happy Monday!

Here is another card for you.

I made this card for the Made Especially for You challenge.  The challenge calls for a card featuring three eyelets.  I only own one style of eyelets.  I just started scrapping this past February.  Which means my stash is still coming along.  So, I had to work around the anchors you see here.  My husband is ex-navy and so is my Daddy.  That is the reason for the anchor eyelets. 

I found a file on Silhouette that I thought worked wonderful with my anchors.  Instead of creating paper piecings with the file, I used it as a sketch.  I love using my pen holder.  I do not have a steady hand to do it freehand.  I heavily rely on my pen holder and Silhouette Cameo. 

The label on the card is a Scraptastical Kreations file.  I just love their files.  So many to chose from and many different uses for each one.  I used the Label It, Tag It, Frame It file here. 

Hope you enjoyed my creation.

Much Scrappy Love,



  1. Great card! Those anchor eyelets are adorable - I only have one style of eyelets to use as well. :) Thanks so much for playing along with us at Made Especially For You!


  2. Love this card. Those anchor eyelets are the cutest!!! Thanks so much for joining us over at ME4Y! : )


  3. What a neat card!! Love the eyelets!!
    Thanks for playing along with us at MEFY!!

  4. Wjow ... love those anchor eyelets ... so unique --- what a fabulous idea for your card! Thanks for sharing with us at Made Especially For You!

  5. Very cute card. Love your sentiment.

  6. This card is great! The anchor eyelets are too cute!!
    Thanks for playing along with us at MEFY.


  7. What a wonder creative card you have made with items from your stash. Lovin' those anchors and that you call you father Daddy :) I almost 53 years old and I call mine Daddy as well. Thanks for sharing with us at Made Especially For You.

  8. Awesome card! I love those anchor eyelets!! Perfect sentiment! Fabulous :-)
    Thanks for joining us at Made Especially for You!
    ♥ Cyndy