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RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY RAINY DAY MEMORY GAME by Charity Hassel
The two sponsors that I chose to use were Bazzill Paper and Imaginisce IRock Tool for bling. The beautiful paper colors I chose were: Blackbird, Vibrant Blue, North Sea, Guacomole, Stonehenge, Ruby Slipper, Passionate, Piglet, African Daisy, Mexican Poppy, Turquoise, White Bazzill colored with my Imagine More Art Cartridge for Rules card. I blinged the top and side of the box and all of the Jukebox card with clear crystals. I used glossy accents on the cards black areas, Martha Stewart ultrafine glitter on the poodles leash (what poodle would not have a sparkly leash!). I inked a few edges. It said to add our own twist to the project so I used the Nifty Fifties cartridge because my husband's birthday is tomorrow (card below on earlier post) and we love the fifties! Since it is a monthly challenge I decided to use a shape for my cards.
Recipe: Find a nice box.
I put a homemade divider in the box and then measured both insides to make the cards to fit the box.
The cards are cut at 4 1/4 x 2 3/4
The designs on the back of the cards for matching are 2 1/2 x 3
I cut 14 Black Shadow Jukeboxes in Blackbird
I cute 14 Blue Shadow Jukebox with the Image Flipped in Blue
Glued those images back to back and trimmed any excess showing
I cut all 14 of the jukeboxes layers and used the xyron X for all the small pieces and assembled those.
I cut 2 of each of the pictures for the matching game
I then put bling on the jukebox.
I used Cindy Loo for the design on the box. I cut the design at just under 6x6 in Yellow and in Blue. I used the blue on the top and only used the "tear out" throw away pieces of the yellow for the sides of the box. I used the clear rhinestones on all 3 sides of the box and on the top.
The top of the box has a doily in the center that is layered over pink with the words 1950s Memory game layered in yellow and red.
I love the little pocket on the inside to hold the Rules card!! It makes it more authentic to have a Rules card I believe.
I saw some people put how many "cuts" they made. Uncountable!
I hope you enjoy my twist on this scraplift. I really enjoyed challenging myself to complete this!!