I hate my landscape cards.
Hate is such a strong word, I know. What I really mean to say is that I resent my landscape cards. Why? Because when I post them on this blog, the Stampin' Supplies list always exceeds the available space next to the card.
So, to accommodate for the reduced height and width of the supplies list, the first thing I do is delete the first blank line before the supplies heading. List still dangling? Remove the blank lines between supply categories. *scrunch nose at scrunched space* When that isn't enough, I start looking for options to abbreviate:
Grosgrain Ribbon => Grosgrain
Hodgepodge Hardware => Hodgepodge
Cardstock => CS
Background => BG
Designer Series Paper => DSP
Purely Pomegranate Double-Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon => OMSUWHTFM1
I really wasn't thinking straight when I did the second challenge in the INKlings June Cybercrop. In completing a Card Positioning Systems sketch challenge set by Carol, I kinda went to town with the supplies that I used...on a landscape card! Now there is big blank spot at the end of this post. *sigh* On the upside, this is the first outing with my Cuttlebug Shell Collage embossing folder.
Oh So Lovely set
Rose Red Prints DSP
Perfect Plum Textured CS
Whisper White CS
Wild Wasabi CS
Round Tab Punch
White Gel Pen
Wild Wasabi Double-Stitched Grosgrain
1. OMSUWHTFM: Oh my Stampin' Up!, why hast thou forsaken me?