TIME OUT Challenge #130 Reminder — Unique

TIME OUT Challenge #130 Reminder -- Unique

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I’m guest designing on the Time Out Challenge. Today, I am reminding you of the current challenge; create a card featuring the keyword “UNIQUE“.   The challenge is sponsored by Catherine Pooler.

My UNIQUE card for this reminder features a pencil from a Paper Smooches.  I created a continuous array of clear embossed pencils across an A2 panel; copic-coloring all but one in traditional colors.  I made one pencil a standout for the challenge, and added an appropriate white embossed sentiment.

Happy crafting… I love seeing everyone’s interpretations of UNIQUE.  The entries to date have been amazing.

Be sure to stop by each of the Design Team members’ blogs and give them some love.  Everyone has created a second UNIQUE card for inspiration.

Supplies: Paper Smooches Smarty Pants, Rosie Roadshow Dare to be Different, My Favorite Things Word Flags (use these dies to create slender word labels), My Favorite Things Blueprints 15 (includes an A2 stitched border frame), Versamark, Versafine Clair Nocturne, Hero Arts clear and white embossing powder, Copics



  1. Anita in France says:

    Your precision stamping is awesome, Elizabeth … love the idea of the unique, stand out pencil … so perfect with that encouraging sentiment! So happy to have you Guest Designing with us at Time Out! Anita 🙂

  2. Joyce says:

    This is such a great idea, and the perfect and precise execution–just wonderful. Thanks so much for being our Guest Designer at Time Out.

  3. Michele says:

    Elizabeth I’ve always loved this P.S. set… funny how it’s never made it into my stash… I MUST pencil it in!!!

  4. sandie says:

    This is such a clever take on our challenge-I love how they are all coloured in traditional colours except that one stand out one-the colour really works well with the other. It has been wonderful having you as GD-thanks you x

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