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Greetings from an EXTREMELY frigid Chicago!!! When it's this cold, I love to curl up on the couch in front of a fire and read a book and listen to the crackle of the fire to "hear" the warmth.
Today, I challenge you to draw inspiration from your favorite book to create your project. If you just can't decide on one, grab a book image off your stamp shelf because I'm sure you have several to choose from if you are a book addict like Sabrina (cook22). Her favorite book is one with words and pages!
My favorite books are murder mystery novels, and there isn't much to put in a card there, so I was STUCK! I realized that what I liked about these books is the little breadcrumbs and clues that all come together at the end. On my card, I used VersaMark to "hide" my pattern in the background, but I outlined a "clue" in the corner for my murder mystery inspired card.
Don't forget to use WT457 in the keyword when uploading your project, so we can see what's all in the WT457 LIBRARY.
I can't wait to see how your favorite book (or books) inspires you!
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Here is my card for the Curl up with a Good Book challenge. My good book this week was a Vish Puri mystery by Tarquin Hall. There are 4 books in the series so far and I hope the author continues to write them. Here is my card: