When we were stationed in England our first next door neighbors were a sweet Welsh couple who moved to England from Wales so they could be closer to their only son and grandson. They told our daughter that she could call them her grandparents while we were there since her own were so far away. Before we moved back to the States the lady died, ever since we came back we have kept in contact through cards. This one is for him.
I tried not to let it be too bulky, so the only thing that has any dimension really is the image that I used foam adhesive on. I found the big rolls of 3M foam adhesive is a little thinner than the adhesive you buy for scrapbooking, so when I want a little dimension but not too much bulk I use that tape.
I wanted a thinner border around the image so I hand traced the outside of the die and hand cut it out and that gave me the smaller layering.
Technique Tuesday -- All aboard stamps, colored w/markers, black soot distress ink around the corner
Spellbinders -- Labels Three die
DCWV -- Tattered Time Paper
Cuttlebug -- Distressed Stripes embossing folder on kraft cardstock w/ distress ink added to the folder before embossing.
Enamel Accents-- Black
I had an eye appointment the end of last week and found out that I have a cataract in my left eye. I knew my vision was getting worse but didn't think of that, guess I thought you only had that when you were older. I believe he said that I have 30% vision loss and he suggested I see a surgeon, so if my cards look a little off I have an excuse ...LOL!
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