I know you can't read it, but the sentiment on the top front of the card reads, "Love is the Light of Christmas".
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Sunday, October 24, 2010
Hi everyone! A Cardathon was hosted by a forum group I belong to today. I participated in it and learned a lot. One of our members graciously led a real-time tutorial in making an easel card. An easel card is a project I have never attempted before. There were members from the States and other countries all participating at the same time. Besides learning something (me, that is), we all got to chat at the same time. I am posting my first attempt at an easel card here. I apologize for the quality of the photograph. I have not yet been able to replace my digital camera, so this was taken with my computer. I would appreciate any comments you may have....whether it is on how poorly the card photographed or my beginning attempt!! Hope everyone has a great evening!
Posted by Ruby Taylor at 8:48 PM
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Sunday, October 10, 2010
Good morning everyone! I am in Paper Craft Planet, Guylou's, a bunch of other sites making wonderful friends that I hope to be lifelong. They share not only cards, but one another's lives. It warms the heart.
I made a "grunge" card. Long story behind it. I never got into the grunge music but a family member (much younger) did. It's real heavy, loud music. A lot of the fans wore dark clothing, chains; can you kind of grasp it? Well, this is my interpretation of a "grunge" Christmas card for that family member. It is not irreverent at all; I consider it my interpretation of grunge music on a card. It was fun to make. Used my Cricut, DP paper, glitter pen, gem brad, small rhinestones, bleach effect and on and on. Hope you can catch the sparkle...and please don't laugh too loudly!
My digital camera was stolen by a "friend"; tried my camera phone (yuk!), so I went to my computer cam. This is the best I could do. I tried to hide me (lol) and show the card....
Have a blessed day!
Posted by Ruby Taylor at 9:53 AM