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Saturday, September 26, 2009

What do you do with your rejects?


I thought this card would be so pretty, but it kind of lost something in the translation from thought to paper. I am not happy with my bow, cuz I cut the ends too short, I love the poinsettias, but not happy with the presentation on the vanilla cream card stock. Anyway, since I hadn't posted in a few days I wanted to show you that I have visited my scrap room a few times. Actually, I have made a "herd" of punkins, all different sizes, but didn't take any photos. Then yesterday I took them to work and set them on the corner of my desk and when the boss's wife came in she bought the entire "herd" as she called them. I attempted an ear of corn, but that didn't work. I will spare you that photo. I have one little bitty fella on my scrap desk that I may make some mates for and show you later. I may have to run out and get some more orange card stock before the fall season is too far gone. In case you are concerned that I have fallen off my rocker and can't get up, I prefer punkins, to pumpkins.
Thanks for tuning in and I will catch up with you later. When I actually have something decent to share.

9 comments:

  1. Pretty card, Leslie. Much prettier than you think it is! Your bow is beautiful. I frequently have trouble getting my ends trimmed just right. As for my rejects (and I have plenty), I sometimes attempt a "makeover." Other times, I salvage what's good and toss the rest. Sometimes, I trash the whole thing with the thought, "It's only paper." LOL. Have a great weekend, friend!

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  2. wow, is this ever a gorgeous creation....nice work!


    The Blue Ridge is awesome....so glad you have been here.

    My card base is 4 1/4 x 5 1/2, I use this size most often, although I do luv square cards.

    Hope this helps, have a wonderful weekend!

    enjoy *~*

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  3. I think your card is very pretty. The bow is gorgeous. I'm glad you sold your herd of punkins so you have room to work on your desk.

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  4. Punkin was my kitty's name - he was a huge orange Maine Coon! But I love the word, too.

    I do wish you'd have taken a photo of the whole herd!

    I'm actually glad you've done things that didn't work - I thought it was just me who does that and the rest of you were natural artistic geniuses!

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  5. I think this is gorgeous Leslie. Sometimes, we are our own worse critics, aren't we.

    Have a fabulous weekend.

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  6. I think you are much harder on yourself then the rest of us would be, isn't that what a woman does? I think the card is very beautiful sweetie! Glad the punkins are working for you

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  7. Your card is pretty, perhaps however you could remove the flower panel and turn your card on its side then reapply the panel or back it up with a darker neutral...just my 2 cents but if I could make a bow like that I would be so happy! Beth

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  8. Very classy, dahling! Please, I want to see punkin photos!

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