I have done very little crafting since back surgery over a year and a half ago. I know paper makes for the best therapy, but the pain has been over the top. Hopefully, I will be having a spinal stimulator put in soon which will replace the pain signals with "champagne bubbles" according to the patient rep from Boston Scientific! I wanna believe that, but when I saw the opportunity to win a DCWV cardstock stack I was motivated now!
The January challenge uses a card sketch. That's at least 1/3 of the cardmaking process. It requires the use of DCWV cardstock. If you use a stack, the papers are pretty much arranged so that the prints coordinate and compliment each other, which makes the paper-pickin' much easier. Another 1/3? I could see that this card was making itself, so I went for it!
I chose three prints from the Lemon Flower Matstack. I even had a set of stamps by American Crafts that needed inking. It couldn't come together better!
Thanks to my FiskaFriend Pam for giving me a heads up just in time to participate and to DCWV, Inc. for the fun of competing for a new cardstock stack! And to anyone else who happens to stop by, thank you, too! Hugz! Suzi