Welcome to my little corner of the Blogosphere, and another stop on this weekend's Operation Write Home Virtual Card-Making Party!
One of the things I've been doing lately is disappearing 6x6 paper packs to make cards for OWH. Give me a few days and some great sketches and I'm there! But one thing I haven't done a lot of is disappear any 12x12 papers. This is largely due to the fact that I sold most of my stash to reclaim a bit of storage space in my craft room, and my eyes have been focused on the shelf filled with neglected 6x6 paper packs, but I still have plenty of the 12x12 stash left. Just sayin'.
So my challenge for this VCMP is to take OWH sketch #63:
and use one entire piece of 12x12 paper. You should get a minimum of six A2 cards from one 12x12.
I chose this sketch because I think it lends itself well to 1/6 of a 12x12 and a coordinating solid color. Here's my take on the sketch:
I chose a really busy piece of paper so I didn't need to add much. Plus, that strip of teal card stock cuts the busy a little. Instead of adding something else for the heart element in the sketch I decided to let the twine bow stand in its place. This card is busy enough.
And I did make six of these. So let's do some math! I used 1 piece of 12x12 paper + 2 pieces of teal card stock + 3 pieces of white for the bases = 6 cards for OWH. I'd say that's a winner.
Don't forget to check out the other challenges over at the main OWH VCMP challenge thread. You'll have until Feb 25th to link up your cards.
Now go forth and create, and thanks for stopping by!