This is my second week coming to you live from the carditorium of the City Crafter Challenge Blog as the March Guest Star. Don't forget my new CD is available at a table in the lobby blocking your way out after the show. This week our play is entitled "The Keys to Time."
As it happens, I made a clock card for another fun time-themed challenge just recently, so I thought this time I would key on the keys rather than time this time.
But wait. If you've been a friend of mine for any length of time, you know that I have an indecent number of stamps in my collection. Could I find one of a key?
And since I'm a dunce at digi, I'm here representing the "Time" part of the theme after all and not the "Keys" part of the theme
First, I made a flat, easy-to-mail, card that can be used for any number of eventations.
- Craft Stamper Take It Make It: Anything Goes [Use a Stamp].
- Crazy 4 Challenges: Put a Bow on It.
- Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: "B" is for bee.
- Virginia's View Challenge: Embossing
Translate for us, please.
One thing I've noticed in my travels around the globe for hobs, hops, and challenges is that many of your blogs do not have a free "Translate" button on the side bar. I recommend that you take a minute to add the button (and please add it near the top), so that your visitors from every country can read the words you take the trouble to write! Thank you! Merci! Danke! Hvala! Tack! Paldies! Etc. ...
Paper: PTI vintage cream and blueberry sky. SU more mustard, unknown rustic cream, gold and clear vellum from stash
Ink: TH DI old paper and mustard seed; SU pear pizzazz; E/P is blue moire and Embossing Arts silhouette black
Stamps: Large bee: Hero Arts "Big Bee"; small clock: "Journey" by Tim Holtz; chicken wire is Stickable Stamps by Great Impressions; Dots by Stamps by Judith; remaining stamps unmarked
Ribbon: Black organdy from Michaels
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