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This second one was inspired by a card posted the day before this challenge came out. She had her card positioned in an upright position and had the ribbon wrapping down around the bottom of the card. I used the words to create the extra layer that emerges from the side of the tag....
Whew! No more thumb appointments for my son until his surgery on Weds., so I had some time to play today. Here's two cards that fit this sketch challenge. One also fits the color challenge from last week.
I stamped this Friday night for my cousin's b-day party on Sat., but just got it uploaded tonight. I thought this sketch would be hard, but actually it was kinda easy and fun when I got into it! Here it is :
I tried to do this one and the WT25 but wasn't feeling too good and not at all creative. For some reason it took me forever to come up with something. Then when I uploaded, the pic never went in. Today I finally fixed the pic.
Don't feel bad, I did the same thing the other day, .... happens
Originally Posted by craftmut
Ok my day really hasn't been that bad, I finished what I though was this weeks challenge went to get my camera and the batteries dead. So I figured I would just come cruise and see everyone else's challenge and found out I did cs32 not cs37, really I haven't been in a cave. But now I'll go do 37 and maybe when it's done my camera will be charged and I can up both.......
With all the new things I am learning here, I have decided to create Christmas cards for the fam. I have very limited supplies (3 pieces of Christmas paper, red spool of ribbon, Christmas stickers, and cute Christmas brads) so I have found various sketches and techniques to create unique cards. TFL