This is probably going to be my last posting for My Pink Stamper's National Scrapbook Day challenges. I made it all the way to 11 (doing 10 out of 12), but I think I'm out of time. I really enjoyed completing all of these challenges even though the product seemed a bit rushed at time. However, for nearly every challenge (except for this one, the mother's day challenge, and the layout), I made at least two cards for each challenge, which has helped me rebuild my stash and improve upon the first design. For example, on the glam, glitz, and glitter challenge, for my second one, I left out the glitter. Frankly, I like the second card a lot better. However, if not for the challenge, I would not have gone looking for an image that I could glam up. Being under a time crunch (each challenge was supposed to be done in an hour), also helped me keep the cards simple (mostly just a Cricut diecut, ribbon, and a stamp), but nonetheless fun. I'm not sure when I'll be able to set an entire day/weekend aside, but I will try to incorporate more challenges into my papercrafting. Anyway, the eleventh challenge was to make a project using pink, green, and black. I used the American Alphabet cartridge, My Pink Stamper Sweetest Cupcakes stamp set, the Sew Easy, and ribbon from my stash. The hot pink paper is from Papertrey Ink. Here's my card:
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