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I am so proud of myself. I am determined to do EVERY challenge for one week here. And so far I've completed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. I just might make it. I loved this layout. It was really fun to work with. Thanks for the idea. Here's my card:
Another fun challenge. I love how these really get me motivated to work. I made two for this one. Buggy Bday was first, a simple card for kids birthday. The thank you is for my neighbor and I fudged the sketch a bit.
This was a fun sketch. I needed to make a couple father's day cards, so thought this would work. I got confused and used the color coach wheel and thought I had used handsome hunter, so that is why the colors I used with this, but I really used glorious green. It doesn't look too bad. I maybe should have used kraft for the background of the tree, but I guess it is ok. I used the thumping technique that I read about in one of the blogs today for the tree. Not a bad first try. Wish I could remember where I read it. Thanks for looking at my glorious green fathers day card.
Let me know what you all think! Please! I love how it turned out and I am finding that the more I use the Palette O Prints...the more I'm loving it! I'm going to have to get it in all 16 colors available...OOOOOHHHH I can't wait to order it!
Location: The only Eaton Rapids on the Earth, Michigan
I could not get the SC picture to scale down to print a card size, so I struggled with cutting these angles right. Are there any other tips for cutting angles? All I have is a Fiskars paper cutter. Any-hoo, here's my card: