Jana here: I have been neglecting my scrapbooking for well over a year. I figured it was time for me to jump back into it. So I though I would translate the sketch into a layout. My girls were looking through some old photos the other day and were giggling at the pictures we had taken during a Luau we had in 2002. It was supposed to have been an outdoor party, but it rained that day, so we had to party indoors. It really didn't hamper the festivities any, as shown in the pictures below.
I also needed to make a Christmas card for the JINGLE BELLES challenge, and this sketch seemed like a perfect way to showcase my "NO RED" Christmas card. (That's the challenge this week over there.)
Rosemary here and I did a card and a layout as well - but as you will see, this is a very versatile sketch because my two items are actually very different than Jana's!
First up is an Asian-themed thank you card that I made - the dragon is a stamp that I used on melted UTEE. Very easy to do, melt UTEE, pour a little onto a craft sheet and press your rubber stamp (make sure the rubber stamp has embossing ink on it, makes it much easier to remove) into the UTEE. Allow it to cool, peel away the rubber stamp, and VOILA! Not too heavy either, this was simply glued onto the card front..