Sarah Moerman has pulled herself out of her mojo funk by checking out Pinterest, and she's decided to challenge herself to make a card based on inspiration she finds there. Then she challenged us to play along. Well, you know me and challenges, right? So I played her first challenge:
and I made this:
Because I'm good at taking one for the team, please let me explain ... First, I now see the green in my card is not aqua enough, or at all. Second, I did start out with die-cut chevrons or maybe it was ric-rak, but it's now in the trash - not even pretty trash. Third, I cheated and went with some washi tape that had a chevron in it, even though I mounted the white panel upside down on the front of the card. I really, really did have the arrows pointing in the other direction until then.
Fourth, the sentiment is embossed, but you can't tell from my crack photography skillz. Fifth, I added green and salmon (it is NOT pink!) sequins to fit in a third color. And sixth, I had an unfortunate mystery mark on the bottom of the white panel that refused to be covered up or scraped off, so I added MORE sequins (clear, so as not to overwhelm) to hide it, but I think you can still see the boo-boo.
I think you should play her challenge. :)
Thanks for stopping by.
Products used: Riley & Co sentiment, vat of clear embossing powder, and the following: