Friday, March 5, 2010

Writing Your Reports!

Having been in the medical field for a lot of years, I can tell you that writing reports is a major part of any kind of job having to do with medicine. You have to account for everything!

Today's challenge comes from the Medical Records Department! These people are tired of always being too busy with their charts, reports and books to play with us each week!

Text has been showing up all over in many types of art. Check it out...

So, the medical records department has decided to make up a challenge for us!

Use text in a prominent way on your card...whether it is a quote as a main image, large letters or even just words themselves.

Here are some sites to acquire more fonts (if you are like me, you have a ton of fonts!)

You can even check out this awesome site that takes a bunch of words and makes it into ART!

I used wordle to make the "patterned" paper for my card....
You just insert a bunch of words (mine all had to do with friends) and pick a color scheme, font an arrangement and viola!

Here is a close up of the sentiment and butterfly...

recipe: BG paper- my own creation
acrylic stamps- Papertrey Ink Friends till the end
cardstock- SU almost amethyst, apricot appeal, white
ink- Memento London Fog, SU almost amethyst
accessories- ribbon

Please use the keyword RESQ35 if you upload your project to Splitcoaststampers or another online gallery. You can link your blog or gallery back here in the comments section or try out the new inlinkz below! I will pick one entry each week to showcase on the blog! Thanks for playing along!

I will show one entry each week in the upper right corner of the RESQ-Blog!

You can link your project directly using inlinkz right HERE:

I am still learning about the inlinkz system...I don't know why the winner I chose was different but you are ALL winners in my book! Thanks for playing along this week!
Thanks for stopping by today!


  1. What a clever idea for a challenge..hope I can join in and play :)

  2. I love those wordle collages, Denise. Thanks for the inspiration - I needed it! :)


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