“Acting deals with delicate emotions. It is not putting up a mask. Each time an actor acts he does not hide; he exposes himself.”
Good Morning and thanks for popping by! I always look forward to Monday mornings to see what the weekly Global Design Project over at http://global-design-project.com/ will bring. This week it is a Theme Challenge and the theme is “Nature”.
I wanted to combine the challenge with a card for a young friend that was in a play over the weekend. It was a bit of a challenge to combine the two, and I only had a half an hour, but I think it turned out pretty good. When I went to put the top panel on, though, it wanted to be tilted, even though I didn’t originally plan it to be that way. The “congrats” sentiment came out a tiny bit crooked and I didn’t have time to redo it, so the “artsy” angles hide it a bit! Our family starts setting up this morning for a big Garden Show that our oldest son Jonathan has an exhibit in this coming weekend, so that is why I’m so pressed for time. It’s going to be a super busy week so I’m not sure if I’ll be back on line. If not, just a reminder to Stamping Peacers…our childrens class is this Friday, and regular classes are next Monday morning, Monday night and Tuesday morning. Back to the card, the mask was made with the Mustache framelit. The eyes were cut out with a little framelit from the Chalk Talk collection. The feathers were cut out with the Feather Framelits. The DSP is the new Botanical Gardens collection. Colors are Mossy Meadow, Hello Honey, Old Olive and Cajun Craze. Okay, sorry to rush but I’m off to the Cross Center! Have a fantastic week!