Monday, May 19, 2014

Made in Minutes

It's Made in Minutes over on the My Creative Time Blog. 
Our challenge is to design something that is "made in minutes" ~ with the products offered by My Creative Time, it's super fun and easy to do!!

With this card, I saved a lot of time by using the "extra" die cuts that I've cut from other projects.  When I have cuts that I don't use, I just place them inside the bags that the die cuts and stamps are in.  Then when I go to create a project, I just pull out the pre-done pieces ~ easy peasy!!
As you can see from my phone stopwatch, this card took me a little over 11 minutes to complete.  Again, having those extra die cuts saved time!



 Close up of the dies and stamps I used.  Another quick & easy step is to add stamps with the die cuts.  Here you can see where I added a couple of flower stamps and added enamel dots in the centers.

Products Used:
Paper: Echo Park Paper
My Creative Time:  Flower Petal Dies
Enamel Dots & Sequins


For more "Made in Minutes"  inspiration, click here.

9 comments:

Joan Smith said...

What a cute and sweet card love how you did your flowers the colors are so pretty. Hey thanks for your cool tip about the die cuts what a great idea. YOU ROCK!!

Crafting Katie said...

This is just so sweet, Candace! Love it!

snappy scrappy said...

Beautiful, love the bright pretty colours!!

Stacey's Creative Corner said...

This is so cute! I love the colors!

mickeydee said...

Your card is so cheerful, I love the colors that you used! tfs
dianne

quilt4fun2 said...

I also save the extras in the bag the dies are in...this helps a lot. Sometimes I cut extras on purpose. Beautiful job on your card...you had some pretty colored extras.
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jessica said...

What a beautiful card Candace!! Love the colors, pattern papers and all those MCT goodies you used!
Awesome card!

Lucía Ardón said...

I love how you use bright colors in your projects. This card is Beautiful!

Kim H said...

Candace ~ I LOVE the colors and all the layering you did then the perfect touch was the enamel dots! BEAUTIFULLY done!