setting myself up for failure and a t!m typewriter project.

10:29:00 AM

so i had this long post written up, crossed through it all, deleted it all...... whatever....instead
here's one of the cards i did for our card convention. i made this card and loved it. maybe because i loved the paper so much and the typewriter - it's just one of those things that will work on any project. and then i had to make everyone punch out the little letters and adhere them using foam dots or Olba dimensional glue (and no technically they are not correct) but hey it's an old fashioned typewriter, and it's paper and its mine so who cares.
and then i turned the card into a layout. i also incorporated some of the techniques of the other cards we made during the day into the layout. so it just goes to show that you can turn just about anything into anything. i often use card inspirations and turn them into layouts and the other way around.
 because you see - it's all been done before. not only in crafts but in life too.
and so it won't be the first time that people have hurt me and it sure as hell won't be the last time either. it seems that people thrive in their own hidden agendas....
and all i want to do is create and be left alone!
by the Grace of God i live.
 i hope you like the projects - they are meant to inspire and that's all - no hidden agenda!
Products used:
white card stock, Pink pattern Authentique, map Pink Paislee, patterned papers Pink Paislee, typewriter die by Tim Holtz for Sizzix, book paper, silhouette print out, buttons, gold Micro beads AC distributed by The Wholesaler, organza ribbon, jute, embroudery thread, dimensional glaze, and rub-ons Kaisercraft.

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