This card has a deliberate mistake in it - can you see what it is?
The British (I don't know whether it is international) road sign for a dedicated cycle way has the bicycle facing towards the left. However my bicycle die faces the right. I had originally planned to use the reverse of the die cut, to make the sign more accurate, but it really didn't look right, there were too many raw edges! So I decided to use a bit of artistic license and have a backwards way about bike.
The circles and bicycle were cut with my Grand Calibur - I think the bike die is a Marianne one. I ran a blue inkpad around the outer edge of the white circle, to make it show up against the background, and cut the "aluminium" pole from a scrap of matte silver card.
I think this would make a good card for a child who had passed their cycling proficiency test!
I'm sharing this with CAS-ology - week 165: Circles
And Cuttlebug Mania - Wheels