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Ok, this is my first weekly challenge ever. I'm so glad I did it! It's not my favorite card, but having a picture in my mind definately got me going. (I think the hardest part about making cards is figuring out where to start!!)
Well.... (as I said in the description of my card) I wasn't going to do this challenge, but I needed 2 'guy cards' for this week, and thought..... why not try this layout. I never like my 'guy cards'.... just because.... well..... because they're GUY cards! ) no flowers or 'pretty colors'!!
Anyway, I looked at this challenge AFTER I finished my card, and noticed my window piece is going the wrong way. I hope that doesn't matter.
I am glad you posted this challenge Andrea - I know I would never have tried this layout without you!! I hope I will get a chance to do another one - I always have these beautiful cards in my mind... unfortunatly, something gets lost in translation!! Hee! Hee! Thanks again!!
Whew.......I finally uploaded my SC34 card. Pending as of 11:00a.m. PST. A really fun challenge that made me think.....Oh No!!! I combined with CC23 and really liked the results. Hope you girls do to. Thanks Andrea for the idea. Nancy
Sherlie..... aka Surelyyoustalktoo?
Just living is not enough, one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower,and a few stamps, of course, www.splitcoaststampers.com/go/Sherlie
Okay I got another card done with this sketch. Once I got the first one done I figured I could do it again and this one was much easier.
My sister in law found this pansy stamp for me at a resale. It was in a bag for two dollars and the bag had thirty two unmounted stamps. Wow! What a deal and I got them all! They aren’t SU but I'll make use of it anyway! I did pair it with a couple dependable SU sets. Here's the card made with a cheap stamp!
I'm going back and "catching up" on some previous sketches. This one was so unique & lots of fun! It took me a long time to get the shrinky-dink charm just right, though (and it took me almost a whole sheet of shrink plastic!). I'm very happy with the result, though!