Tuesday, August 2, 2011

MIM #26 Decreasing Apertures

A new Make it Monday is up!


Watch the video to understand the challenge.


"Your project must use at least one Papertrey product and features the decreasing apertures technique." 

What's an aperture?


Watch the video.


Plus, you'll feel so good about learning a new vocab word...

AND you'll impress those around you. ;)

They'll definitely grasp the significance of this hobby of yours...and the intelligence needed to create a card.

We're not just talking coloring, babe...we're talking APERTURES.  


That's right,


APERTURES.


I was delighted when his eyebrows raised and eyes revealed that "I'm impressed" glint. 


Marlena was using big words today.


Not Momma words...



BIG words.



Ok, here is my....ahem, APERTURE card. ;)







Day of healing, my friends, day of healing.  


My SECOND card in a row for my friend to send her deployed husband.



Like I said,  I couldn't participate in anything to do with deployed soldiers without crying my eyes out.  



Sometimes things are so deep


they take some time to heal.

Here and Here are where I cut out a bit of my heart for y'all, because the Lord laid on my heart that you needed to hear it. 



I'm not saying it again.


Thanks for peeking in and enabling me in this great bloggy world. ;)



Info:

Papertrey Ink Fruit Fusion Apple Stamps and die, Papertrey's Communique Sentiments, Papertrey's Mat Stack 3 die, Making Memories Just Chillin' DP,Memento ink, Spellbinders Fleur De Lis Pendant Die,Versamark Ink, white embossing powder, Spellbinders Labels Four

4 comments:

  1. Your card is beautiful ,you did a wonderful job. I'm sure your deployed friend will appricate the card you made.

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  2. Love your fabby APERTURES!! Hee Hee The apple in the middle is super. I'm sure your friend will appreciate it. x

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  3. Really inventive and your apetures are great. So thoughtful.

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  4. You did an great job with this card, I saw the video and think I might give it a try for this challenge and for Less is More which is fruit. Your card is just wonderful, I am definitely going to give it a try onw.

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