Before I go any further I shall share this card and THEN the exciting news ....
|And some of the materials to make my background paper|
|And a closer view of my background|
- 15cm square white, 300gsm, scallop edged card blank and matching sized envelope
- 13½cm square white card and black card matted at 1/16" using perfect layering ruler and craft knife
- Snippet of white card, coloured with Adirondack mushroom ink, applied using a Tim Holtz mini blending tool and a foam pad
- Kaisercraft "grid" and "bubble wrap" images stamped also using the mushroom ink
- Paper Artsy "random lines" and "splatter" stamped using Versfine smokey grey ink
- Sunshine Designs wheat ear stamped using Versafine onyx black ink
- Once the image panel was adhered to the card blank I used Stix2 double sided tape and silver gilding flakes to give the high sheen trim
- Imagine That sentiment stamped using Versafine onyx black ink
I will be entering the above project for the following challenges:
|To give you an idea of the size ... my cutting mat|
is A3 and is in the box short side to the bottom
'I'm afraid I'm the bearer of bad news,' he said as he surveyed the worried faces. 'The only hope left for your loved one at this time is a brain transplant.
It's an experimental procedure, very risky, but it is the only hope. Insurance will cover the procedure, but you will have to pay for the BRAIN.
The doctor quickly responded, '$5,000 for a male brain; $200 for a female brain.'
The moment turned awkward.
Some of the men actually had to'try' to not smile, avoiding eye contact with the women.
A man unable to control his curiosity, finally blurted out the question everyone wanted to ask, 'Why is the male brain so much more than a female brain?'
The doctor smiled at the childish innocence and explained to the entire group, 'It's just standard pricing procedure. We have to price the female brains a lot lower because they've been used.'