Monday, March 10, 2014


Good morning, Friends! I hope you had a fantastic weekend and are ready for a new week! Seems like those weekends just fly by! The boys lost their soccer game yesterday. And that was a real bummer! It means that we won't be in the State Cup tournament. :( I know the boys really wanted to win. I guess they will have to try it again next year. So now we just play the games for the season and hope that we win our division and can move up to the next level. And so our busy soccer season begins! The weather yesterday felt like summer almost! Wow! We were really hot and I didn't dress accordingly. I finally took off my shoes to help cool down a bit. I got sunburned on my feet - lol!! It felt so good! But now it is supposed to snow again on Tuesday (in Denver, rain in our area). Yep! It's that crazy spring weather!!

Today's card was one that I had made quite a while ago. It was inspired by the sketch at Paper Craft Crew Challenges

  • Card base is Baked Brown Sugar
  • A layer of Baked Brown Sugar was run through the Big Shot using the Arrows embossing folder then adhered to the card with dimensionals
  • Run a piece of Very Vanilla and a piece of Retro Fresh designer paper through the Big Shot at the same time using the Banners framelits and adhere together (the Very Vanilla helps add stability to the designer paper)
  • Add three mini brads to banner then adhere to card with dimensionals
  • Stamp greeting from Geometrical in Coastal Cabana onto Very Vanilla and flag the ends then adhere to card
  • Punch a circle from So Saffron with the 1/2" circle punch and adhere to card
  • Stamp the arrow from Geometrical in Tangerine Tango onto Very Vanilla and cut out then adhere to card
Thanks for stopping by and have a super day!

Card Recipe: Stamps- Geometrical; Paper- Baked Brown Sugar, Very Vanilla, So Saffron, Retro Fresh designer paper; Ink- Tangerine Tango, Coastal Cabana; Accessories- Arrows embossing folder, Banners framelits, 1/2" circle punch, mini brads, dimensionals

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