DD7ABC18I: we are on the letter I. My I is the beginning of the sentiment. I did not do the double challenge.
TLC641: This week's technique lover's challenge was an extra challenge for me. I know there was a non-iron option, but I wanted to do the iron version but, our iron broke and hasn't been replaced. So, my youngest DD suggested heating up a pan and using the bottom of that as my iron. I did and it worked! She is my MacGyver! I embossed the wax paper with the Sizzix ef (I used the same folder to emboss the Night of Navy panel) and you can see it in both the Cracked Pistachio circle that the bicycle is on as well as the Broken China panel. I really like the effect it creates. DH just ordered a new iron tonight (we obviously do not use it often) so I won't have to MacGyver it next time!
S2S17W: was to feature a mode of transportation. I wanted to use the bike from Pedal Pusher but it would have modified the sketch more than I wanted to do.
I used this week's sketch to create this card. Heat embossed the sentiment and added a few decorative sequins. I thought the white border was a bit too stark so I added the splatter stamp from Gorgeous Grunge.
Thanks for looking!
Date: Wednesday, June 7, 2017 GMT Views: 941
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 103537
Wed, Jun 07, 2017 @ 11:26 PM
Well done your daughter! I've used a pan to melt crayons because all the tutorials say a craft iron with no steam holes, and anyway I'd worry about messing up my good iron! Yay for improvisation. Your background turned out perfectly. That bike image is sweet. Great idea to use the same ef on the navy layer, keeping the theme going.