WGBOD has been a little MIA lately. I've been busy writing/directing/enjoying Roadshows. If you are unfamiliar with Roadshow, it's a 15 minute long musical skit that features teenagers. It is performed in at least one church building in an evening. In our case, it was two and we had 30 minutes to get off stage, pack up kids, props, musical instruments and scenery and get to another church building. We made it!
This post is a catch-up of some cards I've been making but haven't posted. They all use color combos that are different for me and some Martha Stewart eyelet paper trims.
The first is navy, yellow and white. I made all three cards for Operation Write Home.
The next card was in response to the OWH challenge to create a card using mostly white with a pop of color.
And, finally, this card features an unusual color scheme for me. It is navy with green, red and white. The Love is a rub-on. My verdict on rub-ons: Stamps are totally easier and budget-friendly but if you want a clean, crisp white on dark cardstock, rub-ons are a solution. White embossing powder would also do the trick.
As always, thank you for stopping by WGBOD today. Leave a comment so I know that you were here. :)