When I saw Papertrey's challenge yesterday I figured I would be sitting this one out. Movers and shakers is not me.
But alas, I am still working on the CPS anniversary challenge and sketch #242 for day 7 was one of the sketches I still had to do:
Well, if you turn it sideways and combine it with this groovy tutorial from Susan for a multi-fold card, I decided you get this:
Tough to photograph, especially on a windy day! And if you open it up you get:
Looking for the interactive-ness? How about count the birdies?
I used the color combo from CR84FN:
DD just came home from school and got all excited about this one. New technique for Mom. Guess she approves :)
And I struggled big time with CPS sketch #26 of day 10. Too scrapbooky for me:
But alas, that is what is so cool about sketches. Just gather your goodies and let the sketch do the talking. Again I hit my stash of previously stamped images and scraps and lo and behold (two hours later I must admit) this emerged:
I do likey, even though getting the balance was tough. Hope you likey too!
Supplies life's simple pleasures:Paper: CS American Crafts; PP me and my big ideas
Ink: gray pigment Cat's Eye; chartreuse Versamagic
Tools: score board, cutting knife, reed bird/tree dies Memory Box
Other: clear embossing powder
Supplies million and one thanks:Paper: card base Butinette
Stamps: shadow squares Hero Arts; flowers SEI; sentiment Technique Tuesday; embossed text on strip Tim Holtz
Ink: Tumbled Glass, Scattered Straw, Wild Honey Distress Ink; black VersafineTools: leaf die Spellbinders; sewing machine
Other: handmade flower, white embossing powder