I enjoy the abstract look of this card. The circles look like flowers to me, but I also think they look like balloons. Either way, it is fun and the colors are happy.
The other thing I really like about this card is each card turned out to be a bit unique. (Quick side note… I usually pick a design each year and everyone gets the same card. Lazy? Perhaps. I think of it as practical, because time to sit and make cards can be scarce.) All five of the cards I made have the same design, but the flowers have their own colors and patterns and are in slightly different arrangements.
These cards were easy to make, but a little time-consuming because of all of the circle punching. I used three different sizes of circle punches on the prints I had made. The punches were made in different areas of the prints to try and get a variety in colors and patterns. Then the circles were put together with roll-tape adhesive.
Once the circles were ready, I picked 11 of them and arranged them on the card. Then I picked them up one by one and put a little mark where the center was. The mark was then used as the starting point for the stem, which was drawn with a fine point felt tip pen. The circles were then glued over the tops of the stems.
Then the sentiment was stamped on white paper and punched out. Stampin’ Dimensionals were used to help it stand out over the stems.