As I mentioned in my previous post, I have some catching up to do before I jump into what I'm hoping will be a weekend of crafting, along with a few interruptions. We might cross-country ski on Sunday...and oh, I'll be a hurting unit if that happens! Still, the weather looks promising, and the scenery where we go - near Lake Louise, along the Great Divide trail - is spectacular. My mittens, toque and long johns are ready...
The Paper Players #177 challenge invites the chalkboard technique
and while it's far from being one I've mastered, I decided to give it another go, using a small slate. Mojo Monday #327 offered the sketch inspiration, as did Marisa's card here. The grey border was such a special touch, so...I replicated with a version of my own.
Hmm...the white hearts, in real life, are quite pretty, but not so much in the photo, it seems (Wink of Stella pen to the rescue). Red hearts, while tempting, just didn't work with the dp patterns/colours. Another, with red hearts, is certainly on the agenda.
NOTE: I missed the Paper Players linky by 'that much'. See what happens when I dither. Yeesh!
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