So we don't do it that way anymore - everyone designs one card. Much better. But we still call it that, and Ruth very cleverly offered to host a 10-10-10 on 10-10-10. There were 10 of us there, although we did 11 cards (Cathie couldn't attend but sent hers).
|Ruth went monochromatic again, and did it very nicely. The fuzzy stuff is Mulberry paper, and it adds lovely texture. And I think this is a great use of the funky paper clip.|
|Nancy designed this card. It is very elegant and would make a smashing Christmas card. It's hard to see, but the deer is embossed with tinsel, so it has a lot of glitter. The gold layers are sparkly, too.|
|Sharon came up with this lovely, simple card. It's the sort of card that stands very well on its own, or is easy to bling up a bit. Again, a good use of an odd-shaped stamp that can be hard to build a card around.|
|This is Susan's card. She kept apologizing for how simple it is, but we all loved it. This is the sort of Christmas card that you can think about making for 50 people without having a nervous breakdown!|