Mar 18, 2018

Used Math to Make This Card




People, I had to use MATH to make this card!! And if you know me, you'd know that is problematic! It's a miracle I got through learning long division without a calculator. Actually, in my last job I had to use math. I pretty much just had to multiply, add, divide, etc. using a calculator, and would still get it wrong. Darn decimal points. Good thing there were smart people around me.

Trimmed out the XOX from the Reverse Confetti Big Notes set. Yes, I cut a stamp. Then I cut 5 strips of cardstock to exactly 3.75" x just a tiny bit more than 1". Using the seriously incredible MISTI, stamped XOX 5 times in Versamark and embossed in white. I'm about 3 years late to the ombre trend, but I still like it.

Adhered to a piece of 3.75" x 5" cardstock and then popped up the panel on an A2 card.

And then I said to myself, "now who is worthy of this card?"

MOOD WHEN DONE: I'm stamping like a crazy woman and ignoring the piles of crap accumulating in my stamp room and the dirt in the rest of the house. In other words, things are great.


4 comments:

  1. Yes, that is the description of when things are great .. love this.

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  2. i would say perfect "just because" card for Mike!

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  3. Keep up the good work of spreading love and joy!

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  4. Oh, gosh, math is so not my thing, but I have to use it for card making sometimes, too. It's one of the reasons I keep a ruler in my carousel. This turned out super! Very precise measuring. The way the blues intensify as it goes along seems to indicate love growing stronger. A good card for Mike. Maybe after he finishes decluttering and cleaning the house. Gee, that was my first order of business when I retired, too. Enjoy your stamping, Joan!

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