I thought I'd show you a few more of my VSN cards from last weekend.
This one was about looking out the window and daydreaming, so we were supposed to use the Glitter Window technique. Here is my card:
This next card was for the "use classroom supplies on a card" challenge:
This next one looks similar, but it was for the challenge to use school-themed DP. Um, don't have any, so I got creative again. These 7 Gypsies papers came in handy one more time:
For the "no dog-eared pages" challenge we were asked to make a bookmark. Here's mine:
I made this next one right after I discovered this piece of DSP while re-orging all my scraps:
Another challenge was a "Sandbox" theme, and we were to use something sand-related, so I chose to sand some Core'dinations card stock:
This next one was a sketch based on what she called the "Victorian" method of lining up desks in neat rows facing the front of the classroom. Um, we had rows of desks in school, and I'm Mid-century, but hardly Victorian! Yes, I yelled at her a little. So heres' my card:
Lastly, I give you the cards I made for my own challenge, which was to use notebook paper on a card. It could be real notebook paper, a stamped image, or computer-generated. I didn't care as long as I could recognize it as notebook paper.
Here is the first card I made to use as a sample:
I made this second one in an attempt to do something a little different:
Oh, well, that's it. That's all of them. Maybe now you can see why I spent Sunday cleaning instead of stamping.
I hope to get back to stamping this weekend. Monday is the beginning of Hope You Can Cling To, which runs the entire month of October. We'll post a challenge a day, and all the cards you make are to be sent to the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. I'm hostessing on the 28th, but I hope to play most of the daily challenges throughout the month.
Of course, I'll also be making some too-late-to-post challenge cards from my regular pile of neglected challenges. I hope. :)
Thanks for stopping by!