You Color My World Polaroid Card

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GI 2012 Run2 You Color My World Nina Yang Waffle Flower

The idea came to me when I was reaching for my glasses: Rainbow is what I see when looking at you – you color my world. I made the cardbase a polaroid by cutting a big square window in the middle on a regular A2 cardbase.

GI 2012 Run2 You Color My World Nina Yang Waffle Flower Closeup

The rainbow is made with a set of nesting circle rings. I colored them each seperately and adhere to a thin piece of printer paper. The coloring dose not need to be perfect –

GI 2012 Run2 You Color My World Nina Yang Waffle Flower rainbow

– Because when you adhere the glasses to the front, it will be flawless :) Cut around the edges. Again, you do not need to be perfect, just cut enough so that it will not show beyond the glasses. I went along the edges with a black marker to avoid any white lines shown.

GI 2012 Run2 You Color My World Nina Yang Waffle Flower assemble

I liked the shape of this pair of glasses and this one. They are waived of all rights according to the CC0 Public Domain Dedication. So I modified the files to cut it out with my Silhouette. You can download the patterns for both the glasses and the rainbow (sized for using as shown when print/cut at 100% scale) in both PDF and .studio formats:

Download PDF Template Here

Download .studio Cut File Here

ALTERNATIVES

1. There are many glasses shapes available in the Silhouette online store and other online resources (like the two linked above or this one). I went with a more masculine look but you could totally use a girly girl pair and add jewels or flowers to bling it up. Just have fun with it. :)

2. I find cutting circles by hand (even with a template) is the hardest of all shapes. A set of nesting circle ring dies (like this one) can be a great alternative but you will need to test the combination (resize the glasses pattern if necessary to cover at least 5 circle rings for a rainbow effect.)

If you create something using these patterns (or other freebies I shared) please feel free to post a photo to my Facebook Wall. Nothing makes me happier than seeing my patterns used! :)

Thank you for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

42 thoughts on “You Color My World Polaroid Card

  1. JJ Bolton says:

    Just a bit of sweet CAS-graphic goodness!!! Love it! Thanks for the tips too!

    So glad that we get to ride this crazy ride together, my long lost sister;)

  2. Miriam Prantner says:

    I love this card! I had kind of kicked around a similar idea, but I like your so much better! Great card!

  3. Cynthia B. says:

    Thanks for the download. I LOVE your super-cute and trendy card! Best of luck in the contest.

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  5. Amy Kolling says:

    YOU are a genius! I love this design and thanks for sharing how you made it! And the polaroid design?? Just perfect! So glad to be in the Top 20 with you!

  6. Taheerah says:

    I just love this Nina – it is signature ‘you’, and you’ve executed it flawlessly! Thanks so much for the sweet comment you left on my blog. I’m so glad to be in the Top 20 and on the same DT as you – you really push me to better my craft!

  7. Tanya says:

    This was one of my faves from the Top20. It’s clean, so well executed, and a great interpretation of the theme. I’m glad I found your blog, and I’ll be sure to follow your creations! :)

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