When I was trying to come up with a card for Masculine Monday this week,
I was thinking about a documentary we watched at school this week called
'Screenagers'. It's all about screen time and the negative effects it can have
on teenagers. I highly recommend it to everyone.
Video games seem to be a popular way for teenagers to fill their free time
so the Video Boy image from Mo's Digital was a perfect choice for this
I used a combination of two sketches to motivate me. I couldn't decide on
just one so since they were similar I combined them.
Funny story: while I was making this card I thought I would turn it into
a shaker card but I forgot to put any beads in before I sealed it shut.
I didn't want to scrap the card so I added the sentiment and called it done.
I highly recommend using sketch challenges when you're feeling
the need for inspiration - they're a great way to get your mojo going.
I'm also adding this to the '3' challenge at the W&W Blog
I used 3 stripes and 3 different colors of cardstock (does white count as
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cardstock: whisper white thick, crumb cake textured, night of navy textured
digi image: video boy (Mo Manning)
pencil crayons (Prismacolor)
sentiment: typed up on my laptop
big shot: stitched shapes framelits
foam sheet (Michaels)