So my desk this week. Not too busy, at least not as bad as last week!
I'm kinda between projects and starting to clean up so I can start again. Lots of paper on both ends of my desk, work pad on top of my Scor-Pal and mat, ink, acrylic blocks, sanding block, tape... Lots of goodies. I haven't straightened my desk in quite some time and it really needs it. I have some projects I want to do on my Cricut and I need the room.
But now my card... (And it was quite easy, just looks complicated.)
This is my card laying mostly flat. Our granddaughter and her hubby are "cowboys". He works on a large ranch tending the cattle and she helps out at times moving them from pasture to pasture and also does competitive barrel racing. I did this sport occasionally when I had a horse but he was way too hyper and we would have our own private rodeo in the middle of the event. I would be lucky to stay on or not have a wreck.
Side 1.... the beginning of Happy Anniversary....
Side 3.... Anniversary....
And Side 4. I used up a lot of scraps and worked my Big Shot pretty hard doing die cutting. Stamps are by lots of companies from The Angel Company to Art Impressions to Impression Obsessions to A|Muse Studios. This card took about 3-4 hours to make but it was definitely a labor of love. I also taught this card as a class last week and my 3 students had a good time. (They all rated me excellent on the teacher review that they had to fill out.) I hope Christen and her husband, Sky, like it. It's also their birthdays about the same time so I'll be sending a package with all 3 cards. By the way, I added a picture of the card open so they'd know how it's supposed to look when open.
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( P.S. This posted late Tuesday evening so I'm just a bit early.)