For this, the main image or focus of your project should reflect in some way the concept of time - time passing, time spent, time waiting. It needn't be a card, and you can use stamps, digi images, photographs, shop bought embellishments, trinkets, your own drawings or anything else you can think of.
I hope everyone enjoys this challenge as it is the first time I have had to set one and choose a winner - I wish everyone all the very best of luck and look forward very much to seeing what you all come up with!
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Recently I have been trying to make cards with minimum layers, so that they are easy (and less expensive) to post. It's actually quite challenging to make the card base the background - because if you mess it up you either have to start again, or cover it with backing paper.
For this card, I used a pearlescent base cardstock, cut to make a 6 x 6 in card. I used vintage photo distress ink to add some colour to the edges of the card, and provide some contrast. The background was then stamped down the left hand side with a flourish, using a Fiskars continuous stamp - Elegant vine.