AUjourd’hui (Today)

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Today (AUjourD’Hui) I made a card for two challenges: TIME OUT Challenge #101 and Global Design Project #122.  I opted for a white on white card using GDP’s sketch challenge and turned it clockwise 😉 .  I applied Iridescent Medium with a snow fall stencil onto my card base.  Then I die cut a strip of white vellum with MFT Pierced Fishtail Flag Stax and another strip out of white card stock to which I die cut again with A Sizzix Thinlit Mix Media #4.  Cutting and glueing together a Penny Black Framed Fern die cut twice, I painted the iridescent medium on the top layer.  A tiny tag cut out of textured white card stock was attached with a bow to which the sentiment “AUjourD’Hui”  (Today) was stamped to honour TO’s “inspired by words” challenge.

Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, Joanna

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Yay, got HONOURS at TIME OUT Challenge 😀

THANK YOU!!!

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16 thoughts on “AUjourd’hui (Today)

  1. Your white-on-white design is so pretty. Love the sparkle on the beautiful fern die. Every time I see you use this die, I say to myself “I have to get one of those”. 🙂 I finally ordered it! 🙂 xx

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  2. Oh my goodness, this card jumped out at me from our Gallery at Time Out. I adore all the texture you have used and combined so much detail to make one stunning card. So very delicate. I have to pin this and hope you don’t mind if I CASE it in the future. So very pleased you joined us at Time Out x

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