Happy Pi Day!

Firstly, a big happy Pi day to my math-loving kid! I think they have about 40 digits memorized (it constantly grows).

by Karen @ Carefree Creations - Happy Pi Day

I made this card for them to help them start the day.

To be honest, I hadn’t intended on playing in PTI’s Make-it-Monday clear card challenge, but when I started thinking about creating this card, it just made sense. See, I wanted to use the digits of Pi, but knowing my kid, they’d be upset if I covered any of them up (even if they were digits 300 and above, lol). This way, the digits are in the design, but not obscured.

On the inside (back side of front sentiment – ugh, did that make sense??) is another black circle & red heart with “love you” stamped on the heart.

To get the Pi digits, I used the PiDay website.

Thanks for taking a peek!

Happy Pi Day
All supplies Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Little Bitty Bird, Fresh Alpha;
Ink/Card Stock: Black, White, Poppy, Clear;
Other: Limitless Layers: Circle die, Framed Out #11 (heart) die, Double-ended Banner die;

Stars & Stripes

I recently found the One Layer Wednesday challenges on Susan’s blog. I have a hard time with one-layer cards. I thought this one turned out pretty good though, so I thought I would share it.

The challenge was to use punctuation marks. This card is using new math 🙂

Happy 4th of July
All supplies Papertrey Ink unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: Let Freedom Ring, Simple Little Things – sentiment, alpha (?);
Colors: White, Pure Poppy, Enchanted Evening;
Other: Evening ribbon;
Challenge: OLW;