Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Geek Chic

Hello everyone,

Just a quick post of a card I made a while ago for a Science Girl's Sweet 16, which perfectly fits the theme of a challenge over at City Crafter Challenge Blog


I used Periodic Table of Elements to spell out her name. She had a kick out of that! Since it was a card for a girl, I had to add some pearls, so I used the pearls as my protons, neutrons and electrons in atom structure.


One more look at the card...
I am also going to join in on fun at CASology challege themed Science

I hope you enjoyed this post...
Have a wonderful day and thanks for stopping by...

37 comments:

  1. Oh my Samra you nailed this theme. FABULOUS! I am happy that you were able to join us at CCCB. Thank you so much! Good to see you!

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  2. Fab card Samra! very clever and beautiful details. Hugs

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  3. Oh so perfect for a science gal.. she will love it! Such clever use of the periodic table xx

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  4. Just so perfect for the challenge and what a fabulous card for a girl. The way you kept within the science theme is amazing - and it's pretty too! Thank you for joining in once again at CCCB.

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    1. Thank you so much Marina :) so sweet of you to stop by and leave such heartwarming comment!

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  5. How smart you are with this design! Great card!

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  6. What an awesome card!!! Thanks for stopping by and play along with us Samra!

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  7. How clever is this! I love that you spelled the recipient's name with the elements. :-)

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  8. My periodic tables never look so fun! This hits my sweet spot because I am a science nerd as well! Love the atom and your use of the pearls. I bet she absolutely, Pawsitively loved this card! You rocked it! Hugz to you muffin!

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    1. Thank you so much Niki :) My favorite subject in school was chemistry so I would totally appreciate getting card like this myself :)

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  9. Samra, you are such a unique crafter and I'm thankful for your creations! :o) This is the quintessential Geek Chic card and I love it. Using the periodic table for personalization is sheer brilliance and I love the sprinkling of pearls. Beautifully done, dear friend! Have a sparkly sweet evening. :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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    1. Awww, thank you sooo much Karen, I truly appreciate your kindness and friendship!

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  10. That's one terrific card for the prompt Samra! I'm so glad you could join us this week at CCCB!!

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  11. Love how this combines science with feminine touches - perfect for a 16 year old girl who loves science. That's really the best part of cardmaking, isn't it? Personalizing cards that you know people will love! So glad you joined us at CASology this week, Samra!

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  12. Love the sweet sixteen card and love the letter squares
    Carol x

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  13. Oh, Samra, this is just a perfect card for a science girl! So cool! I absolutely LOVE it!
    Huge hugs to you! Branka xxx

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    1. Thank you so much Branka. The girl that got the card loved it :)

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  14. Really nice card!:) Thank you for joining the CCCB.
    Guest Designer - Padoriaa

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  15. How FUN! It would even make me love studying the Periodic table! How CLEVER to use the elements to spell out her name! And pearls for protons! You are so creative! I know she loved her card! Hugs!

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    1. :):) Thank you so much Sara Emily! :):) I had fun with this one, it was quite outside the box creation :)

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  16. What a clever design for the science girl! Bet she loved it!

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  17. Clever!! Glad it was a hit with your daughter.

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  18. Clever and creative. Love the science theme and the clever use of the table. You've made the cards so pretty and girly and I bet she loved it? x

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  19. This is so creative and fun!! I love how you spelled out her name!! So clever!! Using the pearls for the protons, neutrons and electrons...awesome!! This is so fabulous my friend and I know she adored it!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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