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I'm thrilled with my results. I used no embellishments, and my only additional tool was scissors. The monkey has a story in my description. I'm certain I'm within guidelines. This was FABULOUS!!!!!!!! Thank-you Jen!!
So glad I came to check this challenge out - I love it. What a great way to spend a Friday evening - using scraps of designer paper with punches. Thanks for the great challenge Jen - as soon as DD falls asleep I will be scrapping.
Location: Home of the Champion Steelers and Penguins!
I finally got mine done, hooray!! It wasn't easy keeping it to one embellishment, I so desperately wanted to add ribbon too. That's what happens when you become a collector of embellishments!!!!!! LOL!!
Location: VA...between the mountains and the ocean beach!
I've been working on a monogram letter for my daughter and decided to take a break and make another card for this challenge using the scraps! TFL!!
(I used two embellishments and the challenge was to only use one...sorry about that! It's hard NOT to use ribbon!) And this is my first card using the WONDERFUL gift stamp set SU sent demos!
I really had a hard time trying to figure out what to do with this challenge. I am going to go back and do it again later once I can get my brain in stampin' mode. This is the card I came up with.........
OK! Here is my submission for LSC96. This was a fun one to make, it really challenged me to come up with something with my limited punches. The paper is leftover from my Joy frames I made for teacher's gifts that are in my gallery. My one embellishment is the gold cord I used. Thanks for the great challenge. I am so enjoying doing the challenges, it's definitely going to help me become a much better stamper!