There are so many ways to go with this cue! I thought of my son's frequent soccer practices and games and how, as goalie, he works hard to prevent the other team from scoring. I thought of my job as a school psychologist in which I frequently score behavior checklists and cognitive tests. I thought of the musical scores my three high-school-age kids are heavily involved with as their spring musical quickly approaches. However, my stamps helped me make my final decision...thanks to our sponsor, STAMPlorations, for helping my final cards come together!
These cards are for my two oldest children who will soon be taking an SAT review class as they prepare to take the college entrance examinations in June. They are hoping the class will help raise their scores!
For both cards, I printed the digital image (a freebie from STAMPlorations a while back), then watercolored the images with distress inks. The sentiment is from the STAMPlorations "Noteworthy" set and I hope it will inspire them to do their best.
I'll be linking up this second card to the current Addicted to CAS: Challenge #105 Wood as I used my Hero Arts woodgrain background on my card base.
In addition, I'll link both cards up to the current STAMPlorations February CAS Card Challenge (without the color twist) as well as the STAMPlorations Never-ending Anything Goes Challenge.
STAMPlorations ("Noteworthy" and free digi image of books/cup); Hero Arts woodgrain background stamp
MFT Wonky Stitched Rectangles dies
Distress Inks: Barn Door, Weathered Wood, Antique Linen, Walnut Stain, Vintage Photo, Tea Dye
I can't wait to see how you interpret the SCORE cue card this week! Be sure to link up your card by noon on Monday (Central time). You will also be inspired by the many ways our Design Team and Guest Designer interpreted the cue this week...be sure to check out their blogs, too!