Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Happy Holidays

Good morning everyone! My it's early! I don't really know why I had to wake up so early but here I am! Last night was the closing ceremonies for our Little League guys and girls. Basically it is all about announcing the players for the All-Stars teams. Then there was a short meeting to find out practice times and places. I think that we are going to have a great team! My husband called again last night. They had ridden about 80 miles yesterday. Today is supposed to be a shorter day so he was glad for that. He says it is really beautiful country out there. I think he is really enjoying himself.

Today's card is from an old Splitcoast sketch. It is very simple. I think the hardest part was coloring the stamp with the markers. It was hard to see where the pine bough ended and the pine cones began. But I think it still turned out nice. No, I am not really thinking about Christmas right now. I just thought that this particular stamp lent itself to a more Christmas type of card. I hope you like! Thanks for stopping by!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Autumn Days, Happy Everything; Paper- Very Vanilla, Old Olive, Chocolate Chip; Ink- Old Olive, Chocolate Chip; Accessories- Chocolate Chip poly twill (discontinued but grosgrain would be just as nice), circle punch, 2" scallop punch (non SU), dimensionals

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