This fortnight, we're asking for
CLEAN & SIMPLE OR CLASSIC/ELEGANT CARDS
PLUS WE'D LIKE YOU TO BE INSPIRED
BY EITHER THE COLORS OR THE PHOTO
Now there is two challenges for me doing this card. One as mentioned in an earlier post I didn't bring a lot of my stamping supplies with me and two I don't have any of these colours so I had to improvise, so off to the hardware store.
I visited the local Lowes and picked up some paint chips in each of the different colours. I didn't know what I would do with them but at least I had the colours I needed.
First I thought hearts, lots of hearts, but it didn't look right and there wasn't enough punch for the background so I went to the kitchen and emptied the limes we had bought and used the netting from the bag to stamp over the flourish.
Then when I was just about to give up and wait till later I started to clean up my supplies and noticed my new stamp from Heidi Swapp and Bingo - everything came together.
Our lives have been extremely hectic lately and even with a much needed vacation I still don't feel like I have had a chance to relax, since I have been in daily contact with back home. Since we have been away the Retirement home my Dad is in has called my Daughter several times for things and she has been looking after him for me, as well as my Daughter wrote her board exams for Dental Hygiene - AND PASSED! - thank you! and then her boyfriends 18-year-old neices Dad (got all that) passed away suddenly without cause. So never a dull moment.
I found wording on Pinterest that is very appropriate for the inside of the card "admit it LIFE would be BORING without me!" So true these days. But we take each day as it comes and make the best of what we have and at least we have each other.
Now it's your turn. Need some more inspiration..then pop on over to the HOC site and see what the other great designers have in store for you. Remember this two weeks is about Clean and Simple and Classic and Elegant cards.
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