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JEEZ O'Pete, I need to check my day of the week, and my description for the cards I make, I had the challenge wrong and the title wrong, but I got it straight. Need to get another cup of coffee I think.... I made the corrections, and I am sure my card will be in the gallery sometime today.... I am hoping anyway. thanks for listening....
That is interesting...I have friends that are in China teaching English. They packed up everything, sold their house, and took all of their 6 kids over there to live. I will try to play with this technique and make them a card using it. I get their newsletter too and this is what is reads! Chinese Take Out, interesting! Thanks!
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It's for a little boy. I used the plane print background paper from Nana's kids as my starting point, then cut out the little boy with Sizzix dies. (I sketched and cut out the plane he is holding in his hand.) There's a lot of red and blue in the paper and the plane he is holding so I think I covered all the requirements. I plan to send this to Cards For Heros.
Good grief! I participated in today's challenge (way to make us work, Wendy... and Karen) only to remember that DH has my camera at Cub Scouts Residents Camp. Arg! Guess I will upload after the WE. Off to gallery gaze!
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Thanks for a really fun challenge--I loved making choices from each category!! Of course, that doesn't mean that I made the right choices (I went with green and brown colors and am not sure that the ones I chose are the best combination). But it has been really fun to see how everyone else made their choices and what they came up with.
I'm not too sure about my final product, but here it is: