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#the100dayproject : 83/100

Posted by Kerry Wills on

#the100dayproject : 83/100
recently i joined twitter and while i'm still figuring it out and learning, i was excited to see an email today that mft tweeted about their wednesday sketch challenge. it's been one of my goals to take part in some of these challenges and i decided that today was the day! 

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#the100dayproject : 70/100

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#the100dayproject : 70/100
i started with a white panel and i dry embossed it, purposely on a diagonal with a hexagon pattern. then i stamped a few small hexagons in neon pink. i also spritzed silver ink all over the panel for a subtle detail. 

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#the100dayproject : 58/100

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#the100dayproject : 58/100

today i wanted to recreate [in a sense] a card that i made several years ago. i had borrowed a stamp set from a friend and made a batch of cards that were similar in style. well it turns out, i ordered the same stamps for myself when they were on a huge clearance sale!

i switched up a handful of details and i'm not sure how i feel about the results, but that's one of the great things about this project and stretching my creativity. 

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#the100dayproject : 54/100

Posted by Kerry Wills on

#the100dayproject : 54/100

i can't fix all the problems in the world. i don't even know that i can fix one problem in the world. but i can send a card and i can start a ripple. and if all goes according to [my] plan, that ripple will make a wave and start to crush some of this hatred that's filling the world. 

please join me and be a helper. 

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#the100dayproject : 35/100

Posted by Kerry Wills on

#the100dayproject : 35/100
since the quarantine began in ohio, our work schedule has been pretty intense. we do open to close thursday-sunday so it's about 10-11 hours a day. our fur children typically go in their cage when we are gone - but several things to note : we call it their condo and they do voluntarily go in there to hang out. i can fit in there, so it's not a tiny cage. they love to snuggle and sleep. buttt that's way too long for them to be in there, especially four days in a row. our normal work days are 4-8 hours long so we know it's best for them to not be locked up four long days. 

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