Since I don't want my followers to miss out on my boo boo, I'm sharing it again in this new post.
My card below started life as a perfect one-layer card, but before I added the frosting to the cake, I decided to run my card through my Cuttlebug to flatten it out...folded and with another piece of cardstock as a shim... Not a good idea... The edges of my shim were embossed on my front panel and the heat embossed sentiment left an imprint on the inside of my card. I felt so lucky that I managed to salvage my panel by die cutting it and layering it on top of a new card...
Check out the other entries of the Blog Hop here for more boo boos. Of course, if you have made any boo boos, I would love to hear about them...
Sounds like your card really went through some experimental stages Marianne but it still turned our beautifully.ReplyDelete
I think we all have boo boo's, more than once I have thrown a card in the bin because something went wrong, only to retrieve it later when a new ides for it came up.
I'm glad you were able to salvage the panel in spite of the shim ruining the first try! Nice save and it really is a pretty card!ReplyDelete
I've learned the hard way about putting finished cards through the embosser! Most of my 1 layer cards end up being 2 or more layers. This turned out a keeper!ReplyDelete
Perfect save - such a lovely card!ReplyDelete
Yep, done the same thing, Marianne ... it's such a lovely card I'm so glad you made such a great save! Hugs, Anita :)ReplyDelete
what a beautiful and fun Birthday card! Love the watercolor on here!ReplyDelete