Here is my card for this weeks FS04 challenge. I hope this fits the guidelines. I am sorry but it wasn't until I was almost finished the card that I realised that this was originally a sketch challenge. I only changed the imagine, verse and color - everything else I more or less kept as is so I think by looking at both you can see it is cased from the other. I hope so, it took me long enough to locate my verse I wanted to use so decided I would have to upload it anyway. I will make sure next time to double check it isn't a sketch challenge. The oval shadow I made by die cutting my sizzix oval bookplate dies using fun foam - works well.
Edit - A few of you are asking where I got the "who the hell let the morning people run things" stamp. I purchased mine over 15 years ago down here in OZ, mine was made by limited edition (code LE1009).
Thanks to everyone who helped me locate the stamp here is the link http://www.limitededitionrs.com/index.htm once on the home page, type in the code "LE1009" and it will bring you to the stamp in question.
Date: Monday, March 5, 2007 GMT Views: 668
Oh - you beat me to it. I just purchased this staying stamp the other day and I just ordered the grumpabella so I have to wait until she comes to make a card with it. I thought this verse was perfect for her. Great card! I love your bg and the colors you chose. Looks like I'll be casing yours as it's such a fantastic card! Great work!
A thing of beauty, strength and grace lies behind that whiskered face.
Registered: February 10, 2005 Location: Erie, CO Posts: 2594
Mon, Mar 05, 2007 @ 5:45 AM
Iím a morning person, but I love this card. Thanks for the great idea of making the oval using the sizzix. I bought some rubber from Maria and made my own ovals and different shapes with it. She owns a great scrapbook store in Commerce City, CO. http://www.itscheaperthantherapy.com/