Sunday, August 8, 2010

Charlotte Maid

Thank you everyone for your participation in last week's blog candy! I'm so excited about everyone following my blog and I hope you continue to enjoy my daily creations.

The moment you've been waiting for and without further ado ... the two winners of the blog candy are Axa (Crafts & Love) and Sheila (ScrappingAll). Congratulations ladies!! Contact me at ForgottenScraps(at)gmail(dot)com in the next 48 hours with your mailing address and I'll get your package of goodies sent out this week!


I made this card using Charlotte Maid by A. Acton from Whiff of Joy. This card has actually been half way assembled on my desk for a while now but I had hang ups on putting it together. (Unfortunately, that's why I don't have the marker numbers listed.) I had a stampers' block!

Main Stamp: Charlotte Maid (WoJ)
Patterned Paper: unknown scraps
Spellbinders: Nestabilities Labels Eleven
Copic Colors: (unknown)

Did you know? The Sterling Hill Mine is a former iron and zinc mine in Ogdensburg, New Jersey. It was the last working underground mine in New Jersey when it closed in 1986 and later became a museum in 1989. Together with the Franklin mine, there are 345 types of minerals in the area and 35 of those minerals have not been found anywhere else!
[Sterling Hill Mining Museum, Wikipedia.org]

3 comments:

  1. This is such a gorgeous card; I absolutely love that image you've used. So much detail in this card, little special touches everywhere!
    Thanks for your lovely comment!
    sending greetings Regina

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  2. Oh Barbara, This is just beautiful! I love how you have made the paper look under your image. What a fantastic idea. It just brings out your picture so much. Very Beautiful! Hugs, Lisa G

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Welcome to my gallery and thanks for your comments! :-D I love reading each one of them.