Happy Monday, race fans! And happy "Sorry Charlie" day! I don't know about you, but this means that I'll be making Tuna Casserole tonight. Sorry, DH.
Today's card was created for a recent SCS sketch challenge ... which I completely forgot to post. Sorry, Charlie.
I used DP from DCWV and Cornish Heritage Farms on SU card stock, a couple of
swiped paint sample cards from Lowe's, some blue metal photo corners, a scrap of satin ribbon, and three or five old buttons.
The Easter basket was stamped on "Stampers Select" card stock using "Indian Corn Blue" dye ink. I threaded the buttons with skinny strips of DP, and mounted the whole shebang on two die-cut paint sample cards. Easy-peasy!
So yesterday was Palm Sunday and, because he wasn't feeling well, I stayed home with Sheila's son, Reid-the-Wild-Child.
finally returned home carrying palm branches, Reid asked what they were for.
"People held them over Jesus' head as he walked by," Sheila explained.
"Whaaaaat?!? The one Sunday I didn't go, He showed up!?!"
I. Kid. You. Not.
- Card Stock: "Stampers Select" by Papertrey Ink; "Kiwi Kiss" by Stampin' Up!
- Designer Paper: "Nana's Nursery" Collection by DCWV; "MochaChica" by Cornish Heritage Farms
- Stamp: Easter Basket from "Hoppy Easter" Set by Stampin' Up!
- Ink: "Indian Corn Blue" Dye Ink by Close to My Heart
- Accessories: Metal Photo Corners by Provo Craft; Paint Sample Cards; Vintage Buttons; Faux Rhinestone Sticker by Close to My Heart; 1/8" Satin Ribbon
- Tools: Die-Cut Machine; Nestabilities Large Scallop Square Die by Spellbinder's; Foam Dimensional Tape; Scotch ATG 714 Adhesive; "The Ultimate" Glue by Api