Twofer Card Challenge #1

Twofer Card Challenge #1

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A new challenge! I couldn’t resist. For challenge #1 at Twofer, we need to meet the basic premise: create two different cards for two different occasions using the same stamp or die.  Interesting and a great way to stretch the use of my stamps and dies.  One more catch… for each challenge we will work with a theme.  This week the theme is FEATHERS.  Since we have some latitude with the theme, I am focusing on a bird (who has feathers :).  In the two cards above, I used Memory Box’ Flying Goose… geese in the first card, an assumed stock in the second card!  The first card has a “neutral” home for the holidays focus, the second card is a new baby card.  I used different layouts, different colors and different styles.

Supplies: For the first card — Memory Box Flying Goose, Inkadinkado Home for the Holidays, Memory Box 6×6 paper, Kraft, Versafine Onyx, Hero Arts clear embossing powder, Copics, American Crafts glitter tape, washi (stash).  For the second card — Memory Box Flying Goose, Impress Stamps Oh Happy Day, My Favorite Things Stitched Scalloped Rectangles, Papertrey Monthly Moments Journal Card 6, Poppystamps String Ornament, K&Co 12×12 paper, doily (stash), Memory Box 6×6 paper, Versafine Onyx, Hero Arts clear embossing powder, Pretty Pink Posh sequins, Little Things by Lucy’s Cards jewels, washi (stash)



  1. Loll says:

    Two fantastic cards Elizabeth! Great way to use the goose die-cut. The sentiment’s are just perfect for each of the special occasions. Thanks for playing along with us at Twofer Card Challenge.

  2. Darnell Jean Knauss says:

    These are great, Elizabeth! I love that you turned your goose into a stork! Way to go using your die in an unexpected way! And good job embracing the concept of two different (underlined) designs! Each one tells its story perfectly by your use of design elements!! Thank you so much for joining us in the first Twofer Card Challenge! Hugs, Darnell

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