I made this card for the sketch challenge yesterday and for the WT challenge today....my school tool was scissors. I decided to use them as I am a LEFTY. Growing up in the 60's, it was frowned upon to be left handed. I struggled for a time but have now learned to live in a right handed world and am ambidextrous!
Addendum....Lois and Vicky...yes, I thought of my daughter MacKenna when I bought this set at Archiver's a week ago. Luv flowers told me they were having about 43% (some odd number) off of all stamps. I went a little nuts and MacKenna is the VERY reason I bought this set.
Date: Thursday, August 16, 2012 GMT Views: 1069
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Registered: February 22, 2006 Location: Casselberry, Florida Posts: 45282
Thu, Aug 16, 2012 @ 9:03 AM
Did you dedicate this card to your daughter -- now that she has sprouted wings and gone off to college? I have had many left-handed people in my life -- two of my sisters are left-handed, as was my grandmother!
Registered: August 14, 2007 Location: Beautiful British Columbia Posts: 29392
Thu, Aug 16, 2012 @ 9:24 AM
I was born left handed....grew up left handed in the 60s....and I'm STILL left handed....LOL. No ambidexterity for me. Pam....I love your card....particularly they way you worked your cut out butterflies into your dp! TFS!
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...sure itís got a catchy beat, but can you stamp to it?
life is something that happens only when you run out of cardstock
Registered: October 19, 2007 Location: Packer Country, WI Posts: 51024
Thu, Aug 16, 2012 @ 1:46 PM
This card is beautiful. You can tell you made it with love. You give your children roots , but the wings part is a little more difficult. I married a lefty and after living with him for so long I don't even notice it. My granddaughter is left handed, and she did have a little problem with reading and using those right handed scissors.