The challenge this week at Bloggers' Challenge is to include any kind of embossing on your project. A few of you might have seen a post on my blog from a couple of days ago, where I explained why I would always choose dry embossing, if I have the choice. After years of heat embossing, one day I realized that my sofa, which was directly in front of my computer desk where I worked on cards at that time, was smoking away and I had burnt a sizable hole in the back of my sofa! What is worse, my sofa is now center stage when you enter our sunken living room, and the back is the first thing you see! Suffice it to say, I have covered the 'boo boo' with a beautiful afghan!
Enough of that...I chose a folder by Cuddlebug with numbers on it and embossed Kraft colored card stock. The numbers reminded me of school children and I remembered this sweet image and sentiment from the Think and Wonder plate by Artistic Outpost. I stamped the image twice, and mounted the trimmed black and white one onto the red and black image with pop dots for dimension. Some vintage buttons and baker's twine complete the card. Thanks for stopping by and I hope if you have not joined the challenge, you should consider giving it a try! Yvonne