#66 Color Challenge Congratulations Card

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#66 Color Challenge Congratulations Card \ Tracy Marie Lewis | www.stuffnthingz.com

I am gimping along one handed so will make this short. The gimpiness is a good thing. I had Carpal Tunnel surgery after managing the condition for 30 years. I am left handed, but sponged the card background with my right hand. I used this week's prescribed colors: Call Me Clover, Granny Apple Green, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Real Red and White. Here is the inspiration image: #66 Color Challenge Congratulations Card

I splotched water and then used Stampin' Up!s Shimmery White Embossing Paste. I had an electronically fussy cut "Congratulations" in my stash because at this point both hands were in need of a break! This is my first attempt at a sponged background using SU inks on Whisper White cardstock. I thought the ink went on the cardstock very smooth. I used my favorite dimensions: focal 3 3/4" x 5" with a very thin white mat, and an A2 size Granny Apple Green card base. 

I am entering this project in the following challenges: 

Creative Cat Crew Color Challenge #66

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I am glad you posted so i can tell you how cute this card is!!!!i love it, you did a great job post surgery!!!

Thanks Libby! I give the credit to how smooth the ink went on the CS, I definitey will be making more backgrounds like this once Im back to two handed!


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