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Sat 07

White Focal Point Hello
by Trina Pham


Happy Saturday everyone.  I have a fun and colorful graphic card to share today inspired by this month’s White Focal Point challenge. 

Started by die cutting the Hello Cursive Script Circle from Bristol paper.  A circle die from Circle Basics was then used to die cut a black circle from black cardstock.  Adhered them together forming the white focal point.


After my last post featuring the Twiggy Alphabet dies, I was left with partial pieces of color paper, so I put them to use.  These pieces were die cut with the Circle Basic dies in increasing size.  It would have been easy to just stack them on top of each other, but that would have made the card very thick.  To resolve this, inlaid diecutting was used.  Took the die one size smaller than the respective circle and die cut from one edge, resulting in crescent moon shaped pieces.


A piece of mixed media paper was embossed with the Waves 3D embossing folder next.  Assembled the card, then added a few clear jewels to finish.

The card is not only flat, I have another set of circles to make another card.  And that is it!  Thank you for joining me today.  Have a wonderful weekend.






The inlaying of those circles looks fabulous and what a vibrant and colourful card Trina x.

What a great design this is. I love the way the colors mesh and how you inlaid them.


great card and technique. Colourful and fun.

Such a bright graphic card, Trina - just love your inlaid circle with the crisp white hello!!

So fun and colourful!! Great technique to take the card flat!

love the pop of coloure ♥

Very clever way to stack those colorful circles, Trina! The white hello really stands out!

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