After making the card I posted on Friday, I just couldn’t resist the obvious jump that this sentiment screams out for…. warm colors and the wood grain embossing on the Stampin’ Up! Core’dinations card stock. I stamped the image on watercolor paper using Stampin’ Up! Cajun Craze classic ink. I used a drop of Stampin’ Up! re-inker in More Mustard to color the image with a blender pen. I know it is still January but this one feels like a Fabulous Fall card. I may have a version of this card appear in August if I can remember.
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I have been posting my project life pages on Sunday, but my friend I usually skype with on Sunday morning is in Las Vegas with her husband. No pages today. Maybe I will make a page later today and post tomorrow. I think I will have an MDS page this week.
What I want to know from y’all is, have all these Stampin’ Up! Blooming with Kindness posts inspired you to get it out and use it (if you already own it) or purchase it (if you don’t)? Have you been inspired to play with your Stampin’ Up! Watercolor paper and blender pen?
I am going to go off topic a bit and share what is consuming our life right now. Anyone familiar with Odyssey of the Mind? I have three children on three different teams and I am coaching one team (co-coaching with the BEST co-coach). Our regional competition is fast approaching and we are having practices 3 times a week. This is such a rewarding program that I love and support, but it leaves me a nervous wreck during these last weeks leading up to the first competition. If our boys (we have an all boy team this year) can pull it off, it will be amazing! This is one impressive group of kids. In case you are unfamiliar with Odyssey of the Mind, here is the description of the program from their website: Odyssey of the Mind is an international educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics. They then bring their solutions to competition on the local, state, and World level. Thousands of teams from throughout the U.S. and from about 25 other countries participate in the program. http://www.odysseyofthemind.com/
Wishing you a Blessed Sunday – thank you for stopping by