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30 Days Of Card Making 26

Day 26 – 30 Days Of Card Making

Quick, simple and a user-upper for today’s make.

Regular readers of this blog will know why I am doing this mini challenge in order to reunite my mojo with my craft space. To follow the full journey, you can find all related post in the 30 Days Of Card Making archive.

Ok, on with today’s creation.

Over the last bunch of makes you have likely seen me use panels or snippets from various bits of created backgrounds. Well, what happens to all the left-overs? Today was a simple exploration of one possibility.

Not entirely sure you need me to describe what I did as it’s fairly simple/obvious that there were a couple of “scraps” inked around the edges and fixed to the card with foam tape.

This was then topped off with a die-cut word on a custom-cut slim panel.

Sometimes “we” get bogged down with complicated and confusing measurements and arrangements – as seen yesterday – when in fact, sometimes it’s the simplest configurations that can really make a card.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Thanks for reading today’s progress. Hope you will join me tomorrow to see how mojo, craft space and I get on with your journey.

Much love,

J x.

Byeeee!

9 thoughts on “30 Days Of Card Making 26

  1. Simplistic ~ yes, Lovely ~ yes, But don’t forget yesterdays was the 3 of you reminding each other you still know how to party together & to mix things up and end up with a result :) Take care x

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  2. Once again another lovely card. I really think you 3 have made it up and I’m so glad. You have so much talent and give us so much inspiration, thank you.
    Btw, the online course for the scan n cut is amazing, I’m really enjoying it.

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  3. John, you’ve taken us on a great journey and you have made some great cards. I love how creative you have been with using all the scraps that I would have discarded. A true inspiration. Thank you. I really look forward to tomorrow’s card.

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