Sunday, August 23, 2015

Workin' 9 to 5

8/24 (Team Slate, hostess Paige) Workin’ 9 to 5
Heart2Heart Guest Designer Entry for August 24, 2015 - Workin' 9 to 5


When this challenge came up I knew the stamp set I was going to use...so I borrowed the stamp set "Typed Note" from my daughter.  This takes me back in time...learning to type in high school and entering the outside world "Workin' 9 to 5" at the Hilton Hotels in 1961 as a receptionist and typist using a similar typewriter machine...the sound of the keys as they struck the paper is a lasting memory.  There were only a few electric typewriters and they were in a different department so advancement to the Sales Department was a must.  The Secretary's had an IBM Executive Electric Typewriter (which was born in 1941) but only made available to the Hilton Hotels in the 60's.  With computer technology who uses typewriters...and what an improvement for a 9 to 5 job.

Used Colonial White Cardstock for my background design, stamping Pennants with Black Ink and then sponging the colors on each of the designs with a variety of 5 colors, and adhered to Gypsy Cardstock for border.



CTMH Products Unless Otherwise Specified:
Stamp Sets:
     S1504 Typed Note SOTM
     D1534 Patterned Pennants Flair - Background Design
Cardstock:  Gypsy and Colonial White
Inks:  Black, Sunset, Pacifica, Sweet Leaf, Gypsy and Buttercup
Embellishments:
     Watch Pendant was Clipart from Internet
     Hand was Stamped in Black and fussy-cut, Nail Tape wrapped
        around finger and strung to Watch  Pendant
     Silver Sequins
Other:  3D Thin Foam Tape









5 comments:

  1. It's been awhile since I saw those pennants! Cute story and card, nice work!

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  2. I absolutely adore the background you have created, what a fun and funky card!

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  3. I agree with the previous post - fun and funky!

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  4. Love the background on this one... this is a great card... the hanging watch is cool!

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