I'm guilty! I usually start my National Craft Month celebration right on the first day. But just like you, real life gets in the way. But hey, I made sure to create something last weekend. Only I haven't had the chance to post at all. Sometimes, when your work requires you to be in front of the computer most of the day, you just want to be a couch potato when you get home. I have been VERY guilty of that too.
And since it's our month, fellow crafters, I'm thinking of doing something fun here on Tinker Planet. I used to give blog candies and be more engaging this month of the year. Let me see what I can brew for you guys. My only issue is time. No promises, but we will see.
So, I wanted to create something last weekend, but I was lazy to do any stamping or coloring. Looking through my stash of RAKed images, I found these images by Tim Holtz. I'm pretty sure I got these from a Tim Holtz card swap I hosted at SplitcoastStampers quite a good number of years ago.
With these, I was able to make two A2 card sets with five cards each set. And just like my typical card set, I used one layout with varying colors. Here's the first set:
The Cuttlebug embossing folder went with the background image very well, and I love it!
For these three cards, I played with varying spray inks on the background layer.
I'll show the second set next post. And this March, I hope you get to celebrate our month by stirring those creative juices and work on those projects.