Wednesday, October 16, 2019


Today at Double D it is all about

We even have a fun mood board to give you
lots of inspiration...easy peasy!

Talk of 'easy'
I have a very easy silhouette card I made by using a file from my Cricut.

This file cut my silhouette in 4 different pieces.
I cut the train from a black textured paper.
The sentiment is from Elizabeth Craft Designs.

I certainly had plenty of 'things' I could of used for this challenge
but settled on my Cricut.
I kind of like it...something different for me!

'Pop' on over to the Double D challenge blog and see all the fabulous
inspiration the Design Team has to inspire YOU!


Darlene said...

I was wondering where this train silhouette came from ... now I know! LOL Your cricut cut made for an awesome card and love the touch of red atop the chimney stack. Great card!

Vicki said...

Great card, Diane...I love this vintage train silhouette! My hubby was a railroader for 42 years.

Donna Phelan said...

That train file cut is pretty cool, I'm glad you went a little different, we should all try that! I think your sentiment is perfect for your card and for this post! ;)

Leslie Miller said...

You know, Diane... I think this card is very beautiful in its simplicity and precision. I like the train a lot. Nice touch with the gem stones. I love seeing what everyone comes up with. No two alike.

aussie aNNie said...

Very cute love the 'simplicity' of your creativity.xx

Barbara said...

I use my cameo when I can, but it doesn't work well. So I get frustrated. There are so many things that can be done with it and there is no limit to the images. I love the simplicity of your card. Bet it was fast and easy too.

Kathy Krug said...

Fun, fun card. I love your train.

Judy Woodland said...

LOVE that silhouette, it's so stinkin' CUTE! So many uses for this one, and great take on the challenge. I really like the black, red and white too. Perfect!!!

Amelia Breytenbach said...

Wow, this card is so striking Diane! Love the simplicity of the design. My apology for the delayed comment.

Beverly said...

Hi Diane,

Love silhouettes. Just wanted to mention to you that there is a FREE downloadable program called, Open Office, that I use since I don't have Word. I also have some videos on my Artsystamper YouTube channel showing how to use it (you probably know how though, if you have used Word to print digis.)

Hope that is a help to you, enjoy the journey!
Bev aka Artsystamper