And you have the choice of THREE!
Over at Counterfeit Kit Challenge, Bethany charged us with the following challenge:
*Challenge #2: Make a collection of 3 cards using the same type of paper/embellishments from your kit. Keep them similar, but add a different twist to each one.*
Cards should be an easy and quick craft project, right? But sometimes I struggle with how to fill the space. I guess I'm a bit of a hoarder (or not very generous), but it kills me to put a fancy embellishment on a card. I guess we all know the inevitable fate of a greeting card and I'd rather that prized embellishment be on a scrapbook page. There's a better chance of longevity on that one.
So, I decided to occupy that card "real estate" with some photos. Easy and relatively inexpensive to print, photos printed in a smaller size make a perfect focal point. I used scenery shots that are pretty and generic enough to send to anyone. Even the photo with people are only silhouettes so it really can work for anyone (although, I do think my sister will be receiving this one!). I also chose shots that are from the same photo session to satisfy the "same, but different" challenge.
Here are my creations:
What types of cards will you whip up? Perhaps consider some scenery shots for your next batch!
Thanks for stopping by!