I flipped - or maybe its more like reversed, the features of the sketch for my card - but I think you can still see the basics of the sketch. Here's my card:
I am also entering this card in Crazy4Challenges #174 (C4C174) - Texture, Texture, Texure. My card has texture from the woodgrain embossing folder, the tattered edges and the sponged buck.
I used the sketch this week from 'ABC' Challenges to make this card for a card exchange group that gets together once a month with a specific challenge each time. This month's challenge was a cue word. Can you guess what my word was? It was "mountain". It doesn't immediately jump out at you - but I think of mountains as peaceful and full of gorgeous creatures of nature. I enjoy hiking in the mountains with my son. When I'm hiking though I hope to avoid the wildlife - just be at peace with the beauty of nature.
I hope you will decide to join the challenge this week at 'ABC' Challenges. Please go visit the rest of the DT members and see their beautiful cards - you'll be glad that you did. Did you know that 'ABC' Challenges is now on Pinterest and Facebook? Check it out!
P.S. The first card I made I tried to encompass the word "mountain" more literally. This card didn't even pass the 12 yr old daughter test (she told me it looked kind of like something a school kid would make - but she was careful to say that she didn't want to "hurt my feelings" - lol). I'm going to be brave and show you the first card just because I think it's fun to see that even crafter who practices all the time can struggle sometimes and make a card that they aren't absolutely thrilled with. Here it is... be kind won't you? It's really not horrible -but I do need more practice with making mountains :o)