by Myrna Irwin
I needed to do a quick birthday card for a friend in the Stamp Club I belong to for next Friday. I also have the demo so I decided to make a T-slide card. The directions are here. I did use Suzanne’s dimensions found here. Quick was not the right word. I did have to make a sample card with computer paper to get it right. You have to be paying attention to what you’re doing for this card to come out right. I would definitely make another one.
Just to catch you up, my toe is feeling better. I can walk without it feeling like a hot stick pin is poking me. Drew’s toes are doing better also. He’s at college now and complaining that his feet are freezing. He claims he’s in the tundra. He’s just in Northern South Dakota. It feels that way after the horrible hot and humid Summer we had this year. For those of you that have no clue what I’m talking about see previous post. As soon as I post this I’m on to Fall cleaning after our water in the basement episode.
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Inside of card.
- Stats for my card are as follows.
- Stamps: LOTV – Rosie Posy
- PrintWorks – Happy Birthday
- Paper: Bazzill – Romance, Sweetheart & Juneberry
- BG – Indian Summer pad
- Flowers: Prima, Wild Orchids
- Die cut: Marianne design – frond
- Flesh: E000 E00 E11 Rooo
- Hair & shoes: E31, E35 E37
- Ribbons, skirt, socks, paper for flowers, flowers: Rooo R81 R83 R85
- Sweater: Y11 Y13 Y21
- Greens: YG21 YG23 YG25
- Outline: W1 W3 W5
- Distress Ink: Spun Sugar sponged on background
It doesn’t pay to not color for a month it was like starting over. I’ll have to clean fast so I can get back to making cards. With the stress of August I’d forgotten what fun was.
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