Wednesday, 6 November 2013
OLW165 - Holiday Cards (No Red or Green)
I'm back! You must have all been way too busy making Christmas cards to Play the Game last week (thank you to Yogi, Janet and Cheryl!) so I thought I'd better take another kick at the one-layer can and host OLW165.
This week's challenge is to make a one-layered Holiday Card. With no red and no green.
I made this simple card with two stamps, one inkpad and some stickles. See how easy? See how pretty?
ETA, so that you can avoid your snow looking "like Tinkerbell vomited while walking backwards" (thank you Susan, for that enduring image!) - I 'drew' a line with the Stickles and then smudged it with my finger, to spread it out and make it look a little less like a line. And not because I needed to cover the rest of the sentiment (there's more on the stamp that sits under "Merry Christmas") that I had masked with tape, but it smudged anyway. Now you know all my secrets!
l. Create a one layer card. This is defined as a single layer of cardstock folded in half. No other
2. Create a Holiday card of your choice, but don't use any red or green . Remember to keep
embellishments to a minimum and NO ADDITIONAL layers of cardstock.
3. Post your card online and link it to the InLinkz button in the sidebar to the right. If you link to your blog, please link to the specific post and not your blogs main page.
4. HAVE FUN!! I can't wait to see what you create!