First things first. smileyalphabetlani.gifsmileyalphabetiani.gifsmileyalphabetnani.gifsmileyalphabetdani.gifsmileyalphabetaani.gifsmileyalphabetexclamationpointani.gif I’m so glad that you brought your comment over from an email and posted it here on my blog.  That is because the random generator picked #34, and that is YOU!!

34. LINDA FLETCHER  I always look forward to seeing what beautiful creation you have up your sleeve. Thanks for the inspiration!
Linda  Jun 23, 1:22 PM

I will email you to get your snail mail address and get this out to you asap!  Congrats and hope you have some great fun with your new goodies.

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Here are 3 cards for 3 challenges.

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The first card is for the Stampin’ Sisters in Christ Challenge #44.  The challenge was to “make a card with just words (a sentiment/verse).. no stamped images.”

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The second card was for a Clean and Simple Challenge on Splitcoaststampers CAS72.  There was a sketch to follow.  After I finished it, though, it didn’t look all that “clean”; so it didn’t end up on Splitcoast.  I do have a hard time with those CAS challenges.  smileyscratchingheadani.gif

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And finally the third card was for the weekly Sketch Challenge on Splitcoaststampers SC285.  But it was completed a little late for the party and was never uploaded at Splitcoast, either.smileyshakingheadani.gif

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To emboss the punched corner piece, I first taped it to the embossing folder with removable double sided tape.  This prevented the small corner piece from shifting or moving during embossing.

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The sweet little bird image was colored with Copics and then cut out and popped up for some added dimension.

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All 3 cards use Inchies, Inchie+ or Twinchies.  I keep learning more about Inchies.  Lisa Lee has written a wonderful and helpful post on her blog all in an inch that helps one tell the difference between the front and back of an Inchie.  She also shows why it makes a difference.

It’s the weekend!  Hope everyone has a great one.smileyflowerani.gif

Happy Crafting!

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Card #1

Stamps: SU! “Four Square”

Papers: PTI Vintage Cream

Inks: SU! Real Red

Accessories: Inchie Arts Inchie + and Twinchie; GG and Gingham Ribbons

Card #2

Stamps: Inkadinkadoo “Flower Garden” and “Salutations”; Fiscars “Squarely Sentimental”

Papers: PTI True Black and Vintage Cream

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; SU! Real Red Craft and Whisper White Craft; Gel Pen; Copic Marker r29.jpg

Accessories: Inchie Arts Inchies and Inchie+; Kaiser Flatback Pearls; Taffeta and Dotted Ribbons; Paper Piercer and Template

Card #3

Stamps: Crafty Secrets “Bird Notes”; savvystamps.com (sentiment); SU! Itty Bitty Backgrounds

Papers: PTI True Black and Vintage Cream; Jenni Bowlin “Red/Black Line Ext II” Mini Papers

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black; SU! Creamy Caramel and Chocolate Chip; Copic Multiliner and Copic Markers:

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Accessories: Inchie Arts Inchies; Jenni Bowlin Stick Pin; Kaiser Flatback Pearls; Cuttlebug “Four Square” Embossing Folder; SU! Photo Corner Punch; Gingham Ribbon

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