A kid card for you-know-who for no reason more than to let them know I love ‘em. I also love the bright, fun Hooligans paper from Close To My Hearts and Hero Arts’ Monster Fun stamp set. After an unsuccessful attempt to color the monster with markers, he/she was colored with Prismacolor pencils and OMS. I cut him out, too, and popped him up with a little foam tape. Because I didn’t have a googly eye that was large enough, I used a Page Pebble in its place. Fun!
Materials & Tools: White Daisy, Lagoon, Pear, and Sunset cardstock; Hooligans Level 2 paper packet; Black ink pad; Hero Arts Monster Fun stamp set; Black brads; Making Memories Page Pebbles; Prismacolor colored pencils; Gamsol odorless mineral spirits; Blending stumps; Black My Legacy Writer; 3M foam mounting tape.
A Slice of Life: It was a busy day at work and a fun night at bowling albeit I am determined I will have a new pair of bowling shoes before I go back there. No, my 20+ year-old bowling shoes are not worn out. In fact, they look like new. They are too small. My feet have either grown or my arches have fallen enough over the years that I now wear shoes a half-size larger than I did. Anyway, I have limped out of the bowling alley for the last time. Surely, there is a cheapbowlingshoes.com out there somewhere, and when I have finished this post, I am going to find it. LOL. Having worked only a day and a half so far this week, I don’t know why I am so anxious for the weekend. Nevertheless, it cannot come soon enough. As I glance out the window, I notice there is a bit of snow on the ground. ‘Tis the season, and as much as I am not wild about the prospect of cold, I am thankful it has taken as long as it has. In Minnesota, this could have been two months ago. I’ll whine if it’s still here in May. That is a possibility, too. Ah, life in the frozen tundra. LOL.
I hope your day was great and tomorrow is as well. Thank you so much for your visits and kind comments. They mean a lot. Take care, friends. With a couple of ideas floating around in my head, I hope to have something to share tomorrow, too.