With this first card, we came across the scrap from the "negative" space left from the Top Note Sizzix die cut. When I looked at it, I decided that Paula and I could issue ourselves a challenge of our own...like we needed yet another challenge, hee hee...anyway, I decided that if we cut this "scrap" in half, we could "make" something out of it...at first, I thought it looked like a table, but then decided to add some lace ribbon and make it into a valance for a window.
Since one of the challenges I hadn't completed yet was the "coffee" challenge at 365 cards, I used this format to complete this card. I even used my own handwriting which counts toward another 365 Cards challenge...if you haven't visited their site yet, you should give it a try. It's loads of fun!
BTW, the inside of this card says..."when shared with a good friend". Below is another card for the 365 Cards challenge. It too, can be used for several of their recent challenges. Day 77 was adding a "note" to your card...Day 72 was using your own handwriting on the card...and challenge day 80 was to use plaid on your card...would this qualify as a "trifecta"?, lol...I love the 365 Cards site, but haven't worked up to being able to do every challenge every day...until I can do that, I'll continue to use several challenges on one card so I at least feel like I'm doing each challenge:)
This card below I started to use for the 365 Cards "manufacturer" challenge (day 79). My original thought was to use Basic Grey as my manufacturer, but then realized I only used one piece of their paper...with that in mind, I've decided to use Bazzill as my manufacturer of choice, lol:)
This sketch also came from the most recent sketch challenge for the Card Patterns blog.
Have a scrappingly great day!
Frugal Scrapper Extraordinaire:)