Going Buggy - Feminine

Monday, 20 August 2012

I’ve made this card for my sisters birthday using the Sewing Patterns font (http://www.dafont.com/sewing-patterns.font), which I then cut out on my Cricut using Make the Cut. There are some lovely elegant ladies on this font which make fantastic silhouettes or you could use them for paper piecing. I just added a hat with some half pearls. Envys at Going Buggy is having a girly challenge for the whole of August. Create a feminine card to win some Promarker pens. I thought this card fitted the bill. Pop on over to see all the lovely feminine projects that have been made.

Natties Birthday 1
Materials used – Black A6 card blank, White cardstock, Cricut/Make the Cut plus Sewing Patterns font, Miss Caroline Fiddlesticks paper pad, Sizzix oval scallop die, Fiskars Sentiment border punch, American Art Stamp – Celebrate Life, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Half Pearls and Ribbon.


  1. I just love this card and the little pearls around the hat just finish it off. have a great weekend Diane

  2. Hi Kerry, it certainly does fit the bill, very girly and feminine. Thanks so much for entering the Going Buggy challenge this month, and good luck
    Enfys x


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