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Hi there everyone. I am so very honored to be the guest hostess for this weeks challenge, thank you tons Beth. Since I have to get the kids up, to school and to work AND I'm on the west coast I thought I would post now before hitting the hay.
Today's technique challenge is to make an Acetate Card. Let's see what fun we can all come up with.
I'm new to SCS, never done a challenge before and decided yesterday that I was going to give today's a go - so I'm really excited to see it's such a great challenge! Even more excited because it's morning here in Scotland and I thought I'd check by, even though I didn't think the challenge would be up yet, and whaddya know, it is!! Going to have fun doing this, i just know I am! Now I just need to learn how to upload!!!
I must have known something - would you believe I purchased 10 sheets of acetate this morning????? But .............. I don't have any Stazon - I'm assuming the regular SU inkpads or Craft pads won't work???? Oh well - I'll do this when I finally get my Stazon!!!! Great challenge!!!
Here's mine! This challenge was kind of a bonus for me, since I made this card last weekend while surprising some of my downline at their small Shoebox Swap they were having. I was in town to surprise my Grandparents for their 60th anniversary and surprised my mom, and fellow downline member, at this shoebox swap.
This was the project designed by Karen Strahler. She has lots of other great samples, but she doesn't have a gallery... yet! Thanks for looking! Fun type of card to make!
Linda's card is, indeed amazing! I've never tried this so off to Office Depot (after work and if I have any energy since I've had this bug -- literally they think it's a bug) for over 4 weeks now! I'm just exhausted!
Kim --- thanks for such great technique challenge. I have been wanting to do this for some time.....I finally had a reason. I had to hunt down some acetate....alittle aged looking.....here is my card....