I decided to combine 2 challenges in one, since it's still Friday night and the inspiration challenge came out. The Inspiration Challenge was from a shop called Odd Forest and we were to create a card based on what inspired us in the store. website:http://www.forestprints.com/itemprof...temcode=PW0016 so I chose the cute face pins. I also used the Circle of Life challenge too.
I started by tracing a circle card on garden green cs. I then traced a circle onto accent paper, cut out with scissors, stamped the notches from the SU Fun With Shapes with black pigment ink onto the accent paper. I used a medium circle punch on black bazzill cs for the eyes. I also used a large circle punch on GP white cs, cut in half and rounded the corners of the mouth. I put a piece of tacky tape underneath the mouth directly on the garden green cs so you wouldn't see it on the accent paper.
There's a reflection from the brass holder, I hope it doesn't reflect the picture any. Thanks for the challenge.
I think I'll call Bonnie, my twin sister (okstamper) to see what she ended up doing. It's midnight, but I'm curious.
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Fri, May 22, 2009 @ 11:24 PM
WOW! Connie, we both made green cards with opposite faces. Did you notice. This is very cute and clever.
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Sat, May 23, 2009 @ 6:20 AM
Okay, Okay, Okay, it's fairly apparent that you and _onnie have the same minds. What a hoot, girls - you are both too much. Love this card, _onnie. It's a hoot. We've got you going green that's for sure. Great card girl.
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