Dina's challenge to use our non-dominant hand to doodle was truly a challenge to me...I kept saying "Oh they will never know!" ...but I persevered and managed to decorate my stencil-sponged butterflies with gold dots (easy) and white squiggles (very challenging) with my left hand. Added the layered banner sentiment, matted to a pistachio card (embossed and sanded the inside) and done.
This card is for my cousins 20 year old daughter. She has battled eating disorders in the past, but she and her cousin found the strength to sing hymns to their grandmother (my aunt) as she drifted from this life. I am so proud of each of them. I made Niki's card over a week ago but wanted to post and send them at the same time.
Thanks Becky for the delightful color combination and to Dina for the true challenge. Thank you for looking and have a peaceful day.
Date: Monday, September 15, 2014 GMT Views: 569
Registered: January 2, 2013 Location: Burlington NC Posts: 1730
Wed, Sep 17, 2014 @ 6:24 AM
You did a SPECTACULAR job!!! I love this!!! I, too, would've NEVER know you used your non dom hand! This is a home run, chica! I adore it! I'm a mom of 3 sons and am pretty sure I'm NOT going to survive to their adulthood. But you give me hope. HAHAHAHAHA You're awesome!
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