Friday, March 11, 2011

Flashback Friday #9

The very loverly AMY of Tsuruta Designs has honored me with the privledge of picking the Challenge for the 9th edition of Flashback Friday.

Flashback Friday is a creation that was inspired by her desire to see what others had done back in the day. So to speak. She put up a challenge on HER blog, and since then it has grown to a blog of its very own. Complete with sponsors. AND with many lovely participants.

Every week she uses a random generator to pick a winner. It's really the only way to keep her sanity with all of the wonderful submissions. (And the not so wonderful ones too.) But, hey, we all grow and change things up a bit, so it's all good. It's all part of how we got to where we are.

Okay, enough blabbering, my choice for this Flashback Friday is your first "Window in the front" card. (I picked one with a nice technical name. Because I am very exact in everything I do. LOL)

Here's the one I did way back in March of 2009.

There are many things I have learned since then. Like how to take a picture. LOL. You would think that I would have known how to get the light in front of the card instead of blindingly behind it.

You can see my original post for this card HERE. I have since added a watermark to pictures I post here. Most of the time. And take pictures with the light in front of the subjects. LOL

This week the sponsor for Flashback Friday is the loverly Julie Peterson. She is a Stampin' Up Demonstrator and is offering up this prize package:

All you have to do to for a chance to win these wonderful goodies is to head over to FLASHBACK FRIDAY, and show us your first.


Deena said...

it's funny that i have a card almost identical to that one in one of my finish what you have started buckets...just change the orange to green and voila, we are twins!

~amy~ said...

woot wootie woot woot...thanks for joining me in the Flashback Friday 9.0 ride! I love your window challenge....if you don't know this, I'm a huge fan of orange!!!!

Sian said...

This is such a cool idea - I love it!