This week's One Layer Wednesday challenge is being hosted by Susan. The challenge is to use dark red, green and yellow (or gold) on a one layer card. You can use black for a sentiment.
I don't know if this is exactly what Susan had in mind. Oh, please! I KNOW this is not what Susan had in mind. AT ALL.
In my defense, however, I have a 13 year old, military-minded son, and these new stamps from Hambo came in the mail, and I saw this photo on Pinterest (now on my Inspiration Board).
Seriously, how could I have done anything else?!
And, Susan, I promise to do another one, more in line with the rules!
Horsey update: My sister (the equine surgeon) asked me to make 4 sets of cards for her to give to friends for them to send to their friends. Then one of her friends asked if I could make HER 4 sets of cards for her to give to friends. I agreed, but only if all 8 sets could be the same (each set will have 8 different cards, so I have to make 8 each of 8 designs). I realized yesterday that I only have two weeks to get them done (because that's when I'm going for my annual visit! YAY!) and put myself into high gear. I have now finished
4 of the cards (8 each)), so be prepared for some horsey-ness over the next couple of weeks!
Church Christmas Card update: Done 132 (11 sets of 12) of my 144 cards! I'm in good shape on this one - last year I think I made about 96 of them in November and the first week of December - I'm much happier that I've tried (and mostly succeeded) to make one design a month. All of these you have seen throughout the year, but maybe I'll do a post with all 12 once they're all done.