Welcome to another Make My Monday challenge! For this challenge, Meg chose shaped cards, not a square or rectangle. While my card looks complicated, it’s really not at all.

Here’s my card:

I found this fabulous card on Dawn Griffith’s Stampin Up YouTube channel. She gives credit to the demo from whom she got the idea. Dawn’s video is fabulous and completely step-by-step. It’s very easy to follow. I’m still practicing my video skills, and so far I haven’t had anything I would want to publish. However, aren’t we all our own worst critics? I often think about teenagers listening to me in class day after day and hearing my voice. I don’t know what I should think about that.

The most important thing you need to do when creating this card is to follow Dawn’s directions to make the template you are going to need. I used a piece of white cardstock that I had previously used to crop out a sentiment. Save your template! You can use it again and again. As a matter of fact, I already have enough trial and error pieces to create two more cards. They aren’t damaged pieces, I just decided to use the Playful Pets suite.

Here’s my template:

That’s All for Now, Fellow Crafters!

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