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I just got my Noble Deer set yesterday and had to use it. Worked well with this sketch. Now to use ithe sketch again to make my dd a bday card for this weekend. I know I will use it again and again....
here is my contribution... a little late.. i like this, it will come in handy as i have many gift cards(hey it's what the nieces and nephews want lately LOL)
the inside is merely lined with little holly paper...
have a great day!
Great sketch but definitely a challenge for me. The one snow flurry is popped in the centre of the card. I was hoping to somehow adhere ribbon or silver cord to close the card nicely but I never was able to figure anything out. So the card stays as is (unless one of your talented ladies has any suggestionss....they are welcomed with open arms!!
Tried to upload this lastnight, but had trouble. I redid the photo and it accepted it today. I was so happy Rox and Keri shared this sketch. It is such a fast and easy pocket card! Thanks!! Oh, and TFL!
O.K. let's see if this works...first time posting/linking. Really loved this challenge! Been lurking for a while, but I just had to try this one. It looks better IRL, scanners are not very forgiving are they? LOL.
Great challenge! Thanks, Roxie and Keri!!
I found the hardest part was making the card stay closed - nothing I tried looked right, so I used a small photo mount square under the circle edge on the top flap ...
Well this is my third go at this and I have finally made one I love,thank goodness for that, so this is what I will make for my nephews as we have to give them some money as their mother cannot think what to get them!!!! so money it will be in one of these
I needed a thank you for our librarian at school. This is what I came up. This was a fun sketch...thanks, Roxie.