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Hello everyone and Happy New Year!!!! Can you believe it's 2012??? Time is going way toooo fast!!! Are you ready for a new year of challenges??? Let's start out with a fun and easy technique...make a winter, New Years, celebration card, or even a winter birthday card and make it wet!!
You can make snow, snowflakes, rain, water, steam, drinks, bubbles, lakes, oceans, tears, dew drops on flowers...oh my....lots of things are wet!!!
Now, the wet look can be achieved with Glossy Accents, glitter, acetate, clear nail polish, mist sprays, Stickles, ...the exact technique is up to you!!
This week I am pleased to announce our Guest Designer is Judy (StampingQueenJAR)!!!! Whoohoo!!!! Thanks sooo much for joining me this week, Judy!!!!
Here's my card for today's challenge. I scrapped a tiny spot on the top of my craft table in order to work this morning. Now I have to go and see if I can find the rest of the table top AND the floor !!! Closed the door to the craft room on the 17th of December and just ignored it til today. What a mess !!! ha ha ha
Happy Monday everyone......................
GardenDiva AKA Tina DeLong
Fan Club Member & Tuesday Teapotter
Thyme began in a Garden.
Thanks, Joan- for the great challenge! I thought of wet clothes on the clothesline- and since both my kids are home (one's in college), Together is the message. I added a little twine clothesline and sparkles with glitter glue. Happy Washing! Here is My Kids' Laundry- Together
I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. –Maya Angelou
Thanks Joan for a wonderful Challenge. I tried to think out of the box and created a wet needle, wet ice bag and some snotty tissues since this is the time of year where everyone is sick. Now I have the perfect Get Well Card to send!