Friday, May 31, 2013

Happy Anniversary.../RS#5

Hello and happy Friday! I made this card the other day, but only realized that I never blogged about it. And the challenge that it's for is due in, oh, a couple hours. I excel at procrastination! LOL!

Here is the inside:

I used the sketch from Retro Sketches #65:

Well, I mostly used the sketch. I took some liberty with it and omitted the first layer. I made this super CAS. And I also used some dimensional stickers that I've had for ever! Woo Hoo! Not my best work by far, but I tried to make a card in under a half hour and I did it! (Finally! Normal time to make a card? at least 2 hours. I know, it's so sad!) I get distracted by all the different papers, patterns, ideas, etc then I can't make up my mind what to do. Anyone else like that?

Anyhoo, that's all for this post. I have one more to do then I'm gonna relax and continue to read the book I'm into right now. I'm reading a series by Nevada Barr about a Park Ranger (Anna Pigeon) who always seems to find murder and mayhem at whichever park she's stationed at. A good whodunit series without all the blood and gore! LOL!

Have a great evening and thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Hero Arts - Everyday Sayings

Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black
DP: American Crafts - Color Crush
David Tutera card base
Adhesives: SA by 3L - MyStik
Accessories: K& Co. Ladybug Stickers; Fiskars corner rounder


  1. Great work! Love the colors!

  2. I'm loooooooooving this card! I love the papers and the design-- love love love;)

  3. And once again with the reading :) I love Nevada Barr too - sometimes there's a little blood & guts, but not too much :)
    Yay for stashbusting! See, they were just waiting to be on THIS card!

  4. Really cute-great use of patterned paper!!


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