Monday, January 30, 2012

Thank you for your friendship pocket card

Here is a pocket card I made for a scramble on the Hero Arts Flickr group. (A scramble is a 90 minute challenge where the hostess announces a theme or requirement for the card, and each person must make a card following the rules, photograph it, and upload it in 90 minutes.) For this scramble, each card must have had a.) ribbon, b.) pink, c.) a pocket, d.) at least one Hero Arts stamp, and e.) a "pop". I popped my button up on top of the knot of my bow. It was my first time playing along with a scramble, and it was a lot of fun, especially because the "pop" was a twist that was added 20 minutes into the challenge. I think Rachelle (the hostess this round) was trying to kill me. LOL. I will also be adding this to the patterned paper challenge at Lily Pad Cards and the "anything goes" challenge at the SimonSaysStamp blog. And now, the paper yummies:Thanks for looking!

Supplies: cardstock: Core'dinations, Recollections; patterned paper: Echo Park; stamp: Hero Arts; ink: Versamark by Tsukineko; embossing powder: American Crafts; scalloped circle punch: Martha Stewart; corner rounder: We R Memory Keepers; white pen: Signo Uniball; baker's twine: Divine Twine; ribbon, button: craft supply


  1. Love your gorgeous card, beautiful colours.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamps Challenge.

  2. This is a big shot of sunshine in a lovely! Loving those papers and the pocket design! Brilliant effort for your first 90 Minute Scramble, too. I'm so glad you joined us at Lily Pad Cards!