A whole day stuck in the house is definitely not for me! When the snow finally stopped around 6:00PM the final total was around 10 inches! But that wasn’t the end of it, the wind is terrible still so it’s blowing all over the place. Have I mentioned how much I dislike the Winter! LOL! I did manage to get some things accomplished and even got some crafty time in! This morning I will be digging my car out and going somewhere… anywhere! 😀
It’s time for the first Fab Friday challenge of 2018…
A super quick card using minimal supplies! Onto my card base of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock I stamped the congrats from the Hero Arts Congrats Stamp & Cut in Crimson Hybrid Ink. The sequins are from the same set and stamped in Crimson Hybrid, Lemon Yellow and Emerald Green. I added some Clear Sparkle Pen over all of the sequins for a little shine and done! I have said it before, I love to just stamp a card, nothing else! I hope that you like my Design Team car for the Fab Friday Color Challenge! You can see the rest of the Team’s cards over on the BLOG and we hope that you will share yours with us in the gallery! I’ll be back at 11:00 with another post so until then thanks for stopping by and enjoy your Friday morning! 🙂
Stamp Set: Congrats Stamp & Cut Photopolymer (Hero Arts)
Ink: Crimson Hybrid, Emerald Green and Lemon Yellow (Hero Arts)
Card Stock: Solar White 110lb (Neenah)
Embellishments: Clear Sparkle Pen (Spectrum Noir)
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2 Replies to “Fab Friday 128”
Cute card, Justin. Plain and simple, but colorful and elegant at the same time. Just what’s needed when I’m in a hurry to get a card to the mailbox. These extremely cold temps are keeping me in, but I like having blocks of time to work on my to-do list of big projects…cleaning closets, etc. I get a real sense of accomplishment when they are finished. Be safe if you go out today. Enjoy whatever you do!
Simple but wow! I keep seeing pictures of “bombogenesis: My beautiful Boston and east Coast. I guess living in Chicago is not so bad. 10 inches, OMG. I guess I;ll keep the below zero weather
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