Friday, October 3, 2014


So I am lucky enough to be a part of an AMAZING design team over at 
This is a challenge site where you all can participate!!! Just simply create a project that goes with the challenge & upload your picture!!! Last week was our first week, and what an FANTASTIC response we had!!!! 

We have designers from all over the US & Canada-and these girls are GOOD!!! Great ideas & inspiration! Please be sure to join us & check it out!!!  I'm so excited to post for the first time as a designer! I missed last week as I was still in Germany!! But I'm back & ready to go!!!!!

So this week's challenge is using circles!!! We see them everywhere! We use them all the time! Here's what I came up with:

Ok, so I'm still in Germany Oktoberfest mode!!! lol  When I thought circles I thought bubbles, and after drinking the 1 liter mugs of Oktoberfest beer this is what kept coming to mind! It's just a fun, simple little treat for someone!

There's not a lot of stamping on this card! Just fun!  The Gold Glitter Paper works great for the mug! I just cut a rectangle & rounded the bottom with an Oval Framelit!.  The handle is 2 Circle Framelits! Easy peasy!!! 

Kinda tough to tell in the pic, but I scored the Glitter Paper to look like the "spines" in a beer mug. It adds a little depth to the card!

The bubbles are all Circle Punches with our amazing Vellum cardstock! 
Add a little Dazzling Details for that extra "bling" & it's some fun suds!!!!
The sentiment is simply A Round Array!  Owning up to some retired ribbon! It was the only Real Red I had hanging around! lol

So hope you enjoyed this little touch of Oktoberfest!  Be sure to stop over at The Paper Plunge & check it out! Maybe even upload your photo!!! Come on! Get circlin'!!!

Happy Stampin'!!!


  1. welcome back, joni! so glad your home safe and sound! great card! love the vellum bubbles!

  2. Super adorbs, Joni! I love the extra scoring on your "mug"! Very nice challenge!!



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