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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

How predictable am I?

Completely. Utterly. Depressingly so. *sigh*

A year ago, I took part in Jayne's Cyberstamp where one of the challenges was to select two numbers, put them together to make a page number in the Idea Book & Catalogue from which to case a card. IIRC I chose 7 and 8, giving me 78. Since page 78 featured a scrapbook layout, I reversed the numbers to give 87 and ended up with this card.

This year, Dani reissued the same challenge and what random numbers did I choose? Yep! 7 and 8! AGAIN! Didn't realise it until I thought about it days after the Cyberstamp - about the time I started writing up this blog entry for the new card. Just to reinforce the fact that I am a machine, it turns out that I used Orchid Opulence and Tempting Turquoise both times on a squarish card. Oh well! At least the Curly Label Punch is new... *slinks off*

Card using Stampin' Up! suppliesStampin' Supplies
Gable Green
Glorious Green
Orchid Opulence
Tempting Turquoise

Stamp sets:
Petal Pizzaz
Polka Dot background
Say it with Scallops

Gable Green
Tempting Turquoise
Whisper White

Curly Label Punch
Eyelet Edge Punch
Mat Pack
Stampin' Dimensionals
Stampin' Write Markers in Glorious Green, Lovely Lilac, Orchid Opulence, Tempting Turquoise
Styled Silver Hodgepodge
Whisper White Grosgrain Ribbon
White Gel pen


Belle said...

Remind me not to ask you for lotto numbers - "Um, I want 7, 8, about 7?'. The turquoise and orchid go really well together on the card, it's lovely!

Marcia P @ The Stamp Spot said...

I'm loving Petal Pizazz at the moment and you have shown me just how good it can be!

:) Marcia P

Lin Mei said...

*lol* Thanks, Belle! Funnily though, that may actually work for Powerball!

Hey Marcia! You're so kind but I just know your cards using the set would put mine to shame.