Getting a roof on is like having an earthquake over your head some days.
We are now entering day 3 of the process and they’re shoring up the garage roof so that Ann can put me in my chariot safely.
But when Ann started to assemble my card last night, we discovered that we shouldn’t keep the windows open. There’s a reason why they put all those tarps on the ground and a fine layer of dust is on my card stock!
You can’t even see it! But my discerning paws can feel it!
So we figured we’d wait until the light of day to add some ribbon and share the project. So I’m going to let YOU decide which one you like best.
See them all below & then leave your comment here to let me know which one you prefer.
Here’s how the card looked when we went to bed last night….er….in the wee, wee hours of this morning. (bad habit)
The Mojo sketch had ribbon on the top, but we’d already glued that Early Espresso layer on it. I don’t like to have ribbon showing on the inside so we decided to sleep on it.
When we got up, we decided that it needed just a few more circles on it. (Sounds crazy, doesn’t it?)
But I insisted that we check it out without the Baker’s Twine for all those masculine cards you need to make.
So which one do you like best? There is no wrong answer, so just leave your answer here.
And here is what we used to make it.
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And here is what we used to make it. Just click on any picture for details or to rev up your shopping cart.
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