Have you checked out those new interactive window stax from My Favorite Things? Well, when my friend Mary Anne showed me her most recent MFT purchases, it was love at first sight when I saw her new STAX windows.
So, what do you think the very first thing popped into my brain when I saw these little windows? Gorgeous DT window-card ideas and techniques? Nope, not my brain. My brain went, "What a great way to make riddle cards for Send a Smile 4 Kids!"
Here are riddle card attempts #1 and #3 -- inspired by current Mojo Monday and SAS4Kids challenges, respectively. (Didn't even finish attempt #2.)
For the first card, I really like the look of the background circular vellum piece, as well as the vellum strip over the gray cardstock. And, I like the green/black/red framing of the window element. Just not sure I like the big glittery snowflake over the top left corner of the window element.
As for the second card, I love the look of the patterns, the bow, and the scallops. And, I like the way the window is featured in the top portion of the card. Just need to find some paper with a little more of a Santa tie in for this little riddle.
Going to link this little card up for the current Anything Goes Wednesday Challenge at Simon Says Stamp.
There's one more day -- just ONE -- to play along with our August Words 2 Scrap By book-related/back-to-school challenge. And, there's a little more than a week left to link up a card for the current Cute and Cuddly Cards in Envy challenge. Both teams would love for you to join us. :)
Thanks for stopping and happy scrappin'! Hope you have a great weekend!