I said I have been doing some rearranging and organizing in my craft room. Yesterday I put some packaged photos in a photo box in order. In the closet there were a couple of other boxes of old photos that need to be scanned but I decided to put them in the box with the others. When I took the boxes out, guess what I found?
Two gate fold cards that I made who knows how long ago. I must have put them there to put pressure on the cards to keep the gates closed. I can see by the lines on the star that these were PC (preCricut) so that IS a long time ago. I've learned a LOT since then.
My challenge card for today is for Less is More. The theme is tearing.
I took a piece of cream cardstock and stamped the background with a Tim Holts grunge stamp in black. The image, torn around the edges is from an old book by Balzac. It's in French and I bought it for a quarter at a book sale, intending to use the word pages. There are a few illustrations in it and I thought this one would work for the card using the "Thinking of You" stamped sentiment. Who knew grunge and Balzac could work together. lol