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Saturday, August 24, 2013

Back to School


The new two-week challenge at Sugar Creek Hollow is called BACK TO SCHOOL and we want to see your vintage or shabby chic school-themed projects.

This week we have a Guest Designer joining us so please make Mynette Kitchen feel welcome and head over to her blog to check out her work.

School starts on September 3rd where I live and that is the day my husband and I leave for England so I was concerned that I might miss my little Grandson's first day of school since he starts Junior Kindergarten this year.  I have walked with my Granddaughter to every one of her first days (she is going into Grade 2 this year) but in the past the first day for the little ones often has been a week later than the rest of the school.  Thankfully he starts the same day so I will be able to share in his excitement.

I started with some red Bazzill card stock to make my card blank.  The gingham and polka dot paper are from Raspberry Road.  I found the focal image online at Catnip Studio, the flash card is from Red Wagon and the clock is a digital element from Friendly Scrap.

I took a card stock scrap and embossed it with the Notebook Texture Fade from Tim Holtz.  The text are stickers from DCWV and the button, ribbon and twine are all from my stash.  I used Vintage Photo Distress Ink from Ranger on all the pieces.

5 comments:

  1. You are having a busy day Cec ! Fabulous card, love the images and the colour scheme. Sue C x

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  2. great card Cec, love all the colours that you have used
    hugs

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  3. I LOVE the bold bright colors you use don this card, Cec! It's so striking!!! Your images are fabulous, too! Thank you so much for having me at SCH--sorry to comment so far after the challenge has started! HUGS and have a great rest of the week! :) Mynn xx

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  4. Hi Cec! Your card is fantastic; I learn more and more from you and the rest of the DT with every challenge! Love every detail of your card, especially the cheery red and yellow theme!

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  5. Hi Cec.....gorgeous make, so beautifully pieced together.

    TFS

    Crafty hugs Annie x your newest follower x

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