100 Cards in 100 Days: Challenge Aborted

I am sorry to say, I have to end this personal challenge. Getting sick put me so far behind, and I've been struggling to catch up. With the holidays coming, and so many other things I want to be focusing on (hello baby album?), I have to officially call it quits. It's either that, or sacrifice time with my son to get caught up, and that's something I just can't bear to do.

I am happy to have started this, because it did allow me to use loads of stamps, tools, and papers, and it taught me to be creative with different card designs for each one. And I still plan to create cards and share them on the blog, of course. Just...at my own pace. :) All the challenge cards are here below, if you want to reminisce. :)


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6 comments:

  1. Ok, 100 days or not... this is damn impressive!!
    I don't blame you for calling it quits.. what a commitment.. I can't believe how beautiful all these are though. And I just love seeing them all lined up together! :-)

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  2. I think it's amazing you made it to 66! I've loved seeing all your cards and while I'll be sad not to see them on a regular basis anymore, sometimes the best part of a challenge is knowing when to quit. After all, spending time with your little guy (and big guy) is always priority number one.

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    1. Definitely. I posted this before Friday's tragedy, too, and that just reinforced my decision to spend more time with my son and family.

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  3. You made 66 gorgeous, painstakingly crafted cards. I'd count that as a win by all measures!

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  4. 66 handmade cards is still pretty impressive!

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