Monday, February 2, 2009

Another Storybook Medallion and some Combinations

I did another design using the Storybook cartridge when I made the "Surprise Heart" medallion - I called this one "Circle of Dots" - the cut looks like this

Here is the cut on an A2 card

and on a 5 x 7 card

Here are the two test cuts - I decided that the "Circle of Hearts" medallion was prettier and shared that one a few days ago - here is a LINK to the post.

Today I was picking up some of the test cuts scattered all over my work area and started to try some more layering - combining these cuts with the test cuts from the "Pretty Flower from a Frame" post (LINKED HERE).

Here are some of the results...

(sorry - none of these were actually adhered and the last photo is a bit off center, but you can get the idea). The possibilities with these cuts really are endless with so many variations - and even more effects are possible when you use various color combinations and sizes.

The last photo shows two of the files I have shared already combined with the offcut from yet another set of medallions which I will post soon - tomorrow I will take a break from medallions with an adjustable title I made last week for Valentine's Day.

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Circle of Dots Medallion


  1. Hi Diane, thanks! I love the different layered are so talented. :) Take care and TFS.


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  3. How fun! I really like the different combinations and possibilities. Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. OMG, I love these Storybook medallions too! Thanks, again, for sharing.


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