With 'back to school' in mind, I decided to play the Midnight Madness sketch challenge this week!
My BBB (best blogging bud), Lisa, sent me a care package last week. It contained some new stamps and some Basic Grey papers. Teacher Anya was one of the new stamps. Isn't she the most darling thing you've ever seen? Of course, the DP that I used on the background and on Anya's vest are Basic Grey! Thanks Lisa, in measures of oodles!!! You are so sweet!
Supplies: Basic Grey June Bug Paper Pack, Crystal Laquer, Great Impressions Sentiment, Versafine Black Ink, DCWV CS, Kooh-I-Noor Woodless Pencils and Low-Odor Mineral Spirits, Tombow Markers.
This next card is for 365 Cards challenge for today. Today we were to use a Card Recipe! The recipe was:
4 x 7 card
wet embossed sentiment
three different DP's!
It's been a while since I have wet embossed, so it was fun to drag out the old heat gun!
I am also going to post this at Flutter By Wednesday's challenge! Pay special attention to the teensy little butterfly up on the Hello sentiment. Shirley's granddaughter, Megan, came to visit her for a week. I got to meet her last week, and she was a total sweetie! She was creating with Shrinky Dink and Punches, and offered to make me some very fun embellishments! When I left that day, I had a butterfly (shown above!) some flowers, and some birds! I think she did a beautiful job, and it was so much fun to get to meet her! So, Megan, if you are reading this, THANK YOU, and many hugs for your kindness!!!
Supplies: Basic Grey June Bug Paper Pack, Versamark Dazzle Frost Ink, Judikins Egyptian Gold Embossing Powder, Glitter, Silk Flowers, Marvy Punches, Cuttlebug Paisley Folder, Core'dinations Black/Gold Cardstock, Shrinky Dink Butterfly.
That's all I have for today! It's been a busy day - I've been working on announcements, and finally got the new bedding on our bed! Hope that you have all had a wonderful day! Have a great evening, and think happy thoughts!!!
Try to learn something about everything, and everything about something. ~Thomas Henry Huxley