Hello! It's Monday again... and I've not been a very good blogger lately. I think it's a function of time for me... type on my computer or stamp? I know what my preference is! LOL!
This week's challenge was quick cards. I am the QUEEN of layers. The more the better, actually. Complex cards that take hours to create are my forte! So this challenge is meant to give me a swift kick. Sometimes less is more and quick cards are really what most people create.
My card today uses a few of the Primitive Beginnings images from Lesley Langdon's Rummage Bin line at Cornish Heritage Farms. I really love these images! They have a unique way of blending together perfectly!
My computer's been acting up... or I'd link everyone that participated in this challenge... their blog links are on the sidebar of my blog. These are the girls that will have a fantastic quick card to share and I can't wait to see what ideas they have brewing.
Speaking of brewing, I'm off to find more java. Have a great day everyone,
-Primitive House and Est. 1862 primitive individual image (The Rummage Bin) by CHF
-Weathered Wood, Vintage Photo and Black Soot Distress Ink by Ranger
-Kraft cardstock by Prism Papers
-Granola by Basic Grey
-Clear embossing powder by Ranger (for Est. 1862 image)
-sewing machine and thread
-heat gun for embossing