So, we're approaching the end of October. Hmmm.... Wonder what the challenge theme will be? :)
Here's a pic of my little shaker card that has been sent to Nationwide Children's as part of an SAS4Kids shipment. Thanks again to Mary Anne for donating some jewelry-making beads.
|[close up of beads]|
Elizabeth O. Dulemba is one of my favorite children's book illustrators. On her Web site, she offers coloring pages. So, I used one of her images as the template for my card, and did some fussy cutting -- and repurposed an old transparency.
Since this is a Cards in Envy challenge, I needed to make sure my card would be flat enough to send via USPS in an A2 envelope. So, I used single layers of 5/16" foam adhesive for this shaker card.
|[Eye, nose, and mouth "masks" were cut out and used to mark shaker elements on the purple shaker base.]|
|[Masks were used as guide for placing foam adhesive.]|
Hope you'll stop by CIE and join in our challenge. In the meantime, I'm linking this up to the current I-Can-See-Clearly Shopping Our Stash Challenge. :)
There's still about a week to play along with our fight-like-a-girl Words 2 Scrap By challenge. Our ladies have made some gorgeous cards for a challenge that is very special to our heart, but all things crafty can be linked up for this challenge.
If you're looking for a kid card challenge, SAS4Kids has a Celebration 4 Kids Card Challenge underway.
Think that's it for today. Have a great week. Thanks for stopping and happy scrappin'!