Wednesday, March 9, 2016

WWC58 - Gail's Reflection Technique Challenge

Welcome to the Watercooler Wednesday Challenge!  Heidi, our wonderful challenge leader, is off on holiday and she asked me (Marsha) to fill in for her.  I can only say that I have a much better appreciation for all the work she does for our weekly challenges.

This week it's time for a technique challenge and Gail Allen has chosen the Reflection Technique.  It's a great technique and there are so many possibilities. 

Don't you love the gorgeous picture Gail shared?  Wait until you see the wonderful cards created by our Watercooler Artists showcasing their own interpretations of this technique.  So, give it a try and link up your creation.  For details on how Gail and the other Watercooler Artists created their projects, just click on the name underneath each project and you will be taken to that blog post.

And now it's your turn.  You can join us by linking up your creation with the InLinkz at the bottom of this challenge.
          1.  This must be a new project---no back-linking to a previous post.
          2.  You must link your project back to our challenge (details at top of page).
          3.  You must link directly to your post, not simply your general blog.
          4.  Please link to no more than 4 challenges, including ours.
          5.  Have fun!

Please use the link-up below to share your project.  This Linky will close on Monday, March 14th at noon, Mountain Standard Time.


  1. ooops - I was thinking these closed Tuesdays :( The two Heathers, who are obviously much better at calendar management than myself, made awesome cards!

  2. I'm so sorry that you missed the cut-off, Kathe! I'm sure your card would have been another stunner. I hope you'll join us for the next challenge :) ~Deborah


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