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Thanks for visiting my blog. As the title suggests, I love to scrapbook, stamp, and sing! I will share cards and scrapbook pages I create, as well as information about my music - Barbershop harmony.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Scramble Time

Happy Saturday, everyone!  Got up early and ran a bunch of errands so I could get home in time to Scramble with Linda v V over on the Hero Arts Flickr group.  Check out all the quickcard12 cards - amazing what can be done in 90 minutes, including photographing and uploading!  The challenge was a sketch or to use acetate; I combined the two:

Not a great photo but acetate can be a challenge to photograph.  I stamped Hero Arts Flower Wallpaper (a fun Cling stamp) on acetate using violet StaZon.  Put the acetate over a Hero Arts lilac card.  Had a piece of an HA iris card so used it for the sentiment - a lovely cursive from Hero Arts' Sending Smiles clear set.  I have to say I reworked this a bit afterward - changed out the ribbon to a sheer one, added another bitty butterfly to the bottom circle and another paper circle under the flower.  Just couldn't make myself take another photo :)

Worked on some other cards but will have to photography later.  Now I've got to clean up the mess I made scrambling!  Thanks for stopping by...

6 comments:

Barb said...

I love this card, Linda! That's a lot of work to do in 90 minutes! And it turned out so pretty! Would love to see the changes made. It really was a fun scramble, wasn't it? Have a good night! :)

Side note: You still have word verification enabled. . .just thought you might want to know. :)

Dawn said...

Great job Linda.... love what you did.

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Thanks for the note about the verification, Barb - I fixed it :)

Kathy said...

Wow Linda I don't think that I could think that fast to create such a beautiful card. Hugs, Kathy

ivy said...

loving all the purple cards on your blog lately!

Heather Maria said...

Linda, this is so beautiful and it's amazing to think you created it in 90 mins! It was great to see it again on the Hero Arts blog!