Although our operators take liberties with all the sketches (you should too), here are one set of measurements that might work for this layout.
Base layer: Take an 8 1/2" x 11" piece of cardstock and score it at 4 1/4". Turn your cardstock and cut it at 5 1/2". Now you have two card bases (and you only had to score once!)
Second layer: Is cut to 5 1/4" x 4". You can get 4 pieces out of one 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of cardstock.
Third Layer: 1" x 4" . Note: if you're using designer series paper, you cut first at 4" then at 1" intervals. If you're using a 12 x 12 sheet, you can get 36 from one sheet!
Fourth Layer: Might be more economical to cut from a 12 x 12" Cut at 4", then at 3", you can get 12 pieces from one piece of 12 x 12" piece!
Fifth layer: 2 3/4" x 3 3/4"
Embellish to taste and have some fun! Let's see what our operators came up with and please keep in mind that they all have more info for you on their blogs! (just click on the photos to go visiting and be sure to leave them a note to let them know you were there).
Links are closed for this week. Please join us next week for a VERY special challenge. We will be giving away something very cool. Stay tuned!
|1. Sharon Field|
2. Sharon Carr
4. Erna Logtenberg
6. Erna Logtenberg
|7. Joan Ottevanger|
8. Jennifer Weide
9. Krista Visser-Driessen
10. Janelle Lavelle
11. Germaine Ferrao
12. Brenda Rose
|13. Rachel Verbrugge|
14. Cindy Rio
15. Beth R.
17. Karen Bernier
18. Joyce Wowczuk
After you post your card to your blog, click on the title of your post in your blog. The address you copy into Mr. Linky, should be to the post, like this:
Here' we can find Connie's post, but she's had 5 posts since last week, so if she only posted her blog address, ( http://inkspiredtreasures.com/ )we wouldn't be able to find her posts as easily. We ended up deleting a few links that didn't point to a card we could find. We couldn't find your creation!