Monday, June 13, 2016

"BTW...What's An Aperture Card?"

Hello Friends, Followers, Visitors and Viewers on this gorgeous Monday.
We had a fab weekend just enjoying the beautiful weather and being in the company of some great friends.
My "Sunshine" (granddaughter for those who don't know) was so excited because her regular school closed down and she is headed to camp today before spending a few days with me in July.  I teased her and said I wanted to go to camp and her reply was "grandma" you're too old to come to my camp...you have to find another one to go to (hahahaha...I'm too old for her camp so I guess I'll look for a crafting camp to go to...for people my age).
What's an aperture card?
Definition of aperture:  an opening, such as a hole, gap, slit, slot, vent, crevice, crack, chink, or interstice .  When making a greeting card...it would be the area you want your focus.
ScrapsofColor has a First and Third Challenge - June 5, 2016 through June 17, 2016.  You have to make an aperture card.
Enabler's List
Neenah white; Recollection pink and blue cardstock
Ranger watercolor paper with the use of a dylusions stencil and gesso
Hunkydory The Little Book of The Orient image
Spellbinders heart die
On this card the aperture is the heart 

Enabler's List
Neenah white cardstock and a scrap piece from paper stash bin
Our Daily Bread Rectangle stitch die; Avery Elle Dotted Borders Die; Spellbinders Romantic Vine die; Sizzix TH thinlits script die
Martha Stewart butterfly
Aperture is the slit cut next to the butterfly.

It is so sad that our world has to experience the violence and hatred that goes on.  Praying for the families who lost love ones in Florida and all around the world.  God is Good and His Mercy Will Endure Forever!

Sending you a hug and LOVE,
Lois
  
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