Welcome to another hop – you should have just been visiting Joni’s site and following me is Sandy. I cased my card today from here. It’s simple, but has that wow factor. I’ll add a greeting when I know what I need the card for. I’m into my last week of school and feel like I’m in a holding pattern.
We had a particularly bad storm here this afternoon . . . I got home and had to wait in the car because of the nickle sized hail – and the swirling debris . . . just down the bank from me is a Trailer Park and I hear there was damage – I think it was really a tornado forming and by the time it got there it hit. It was all over by the time they issued the tornado warning! It knocked over one of my favorite trees – a dogwood my ex planted for me before we split (and that would be over 11 years ago). I’m hoping maybe tomorrow I can either put it back up, or dig it up and replant it???
Summer certainly is on my mind. I have 6 days of school left and then I am taking the summer off . . . for the first time in four years – wow – I feel a craft room renovation coming on. I have to admit I am really struggling to get these challenges done with all the ‘end of school’ activities that keep coming in sequences like waves at the beach . . . they quite simply zap my creative mojo. There is, however, light at the end of the tunnel – by the next challenge I will only have 1 day of school left – woo hoo!
I needed a birthday card for my brother and this card fit the bill for our challenge as well. I cased it from this site. Thank you to my wonderful friend Sandy for loaning me this set while her sister visits. I have fallen in love with it and now must purchase it! Of course I’m speaking of High Tide. Here is my card:
Joni was before me and next up is Sandy. We appreciate all of your comments. Thanks for popping in.
Hello Hoppers – welcome . . . you should have arrived here from Joni’s site and following me is Sandy. I seriously considered bailing on this challenge – I really have racked my brain trying to figure out a CURRENT shape large enough to be a card . . . what I came up with (thank you to Buffy Cooper – my upline) is a butterfly – but this is totally outside my comfort zone.
We are preparing for 90 degree weather here – and yes, last week I was bringing in my plants because of a freeze warning. Also, we are almost finished with our State testing at school – doing a few make-ups (which take as long as testing an entire class) and are counting down the days until we can scream/sing, “School’s out for summer!” Can’t you just hear the tune playing in your head? Here’s my card, such as it is:
I really can’t believe this embossing folder will no longer be available! It was one of my “go-to” backgrounds, especially for masculine cards.
The peonies are from my great grandmother’s garden – passed down generation to generation. I am proud that they are flourishing in my garden! Thanks for poppin in – you should have arrived from Joni’s site and up next is Sandy. I cased my card from here. Happy Mother’s Day to all you moms out there.
Hello – you should have just seen Joni’s card for this week and after viewing mine – take a peek over at Sandy’s. I’m not doing so well with my mojo – I really don’t like being challenged NOT to use flowers, and my Mom has passed away – another reason this card is a bit difficult to conjure up . . . but without further ado, here is my card for this challenge. I cased it from here.
I can happily report that my daughter and I have very special plans on Mother’s Day to go to a salt therapy sauna, then lunch at a wine place and finally I get to go pick out some flowers to plant in my garden from a huge place in NOVA (yes, Merrifields!). I used the punched stencil to sponge a background shadow for each butterfly . . . and in case you didn’t know . . . it’s Apple Blossom time in Winchester and these are our colors!