Lastly, I fussy-cut my apple (an ancient stamp from "A Stamp in the Hand"), applied Glossy Accents, and finished it off with diamond bling be fitting a lady. The glossiness doesn't show up in the long shot, so here is a close-up.
My second card, the "His" version, works for the current CAS-ual Fridays challenge where we are lucky to have a two-week tic-tac-toe chart! (How can you pass this up?)
From the chart I used the middle vertical column for my guy card: Kraft paper, dry embossed wood grain, and Glossy Accents on the apple for the bling. And the metallic gray paper is a manly bling, too.
During the class the brillius teachers gave us their own checklists for embellies and ideas, one column for the ladies, one column for the gents, and encouraged us to make up our own lists. Did any of you write down "worms" in your guy column? I didn't have a teensy-weensy worm handy, so I snipped one.
I'm so happy to introduce you to another new friend to the Playhouse and new blogger to this community, Sarah Platt, of Sazzle Dazzle Crafts. I met Sarah through the
I've been meaning to take a minute to let you know that I don't belong to Google +. It's just a personal thing having to do with the terms and conditions one must sign with regard to Picasa Web Album access and the whole "circle" thing. Unfortunately, sometimes that means I can't reach you when I click on your name in my follower list or in my comments. Instead, I am directed to your Google + Profile Page where I am not allowed further entry because I'm not in your circles. I just wanted to share that with you here in case you ever wondered why I didn't know your blog information, or I have not returned your com(pli)ments to me.
And this, also, I wanted to share with you:
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