I love this simple image, which colored up quickly with markers. As there are fine speckles in the patterned paper, I speckled my image, too, and distressed the edges with Tim Holtz Antique Linen Distressing Ink from Ranger. As for a sentiment, I guess it is going on the inside. I didn’t even miss it until know.
Materials & Tools: Colonial White and New England Ivy cardstock; Mistletoe Level 2 paper packet; Black and Tim Holtz Antique Linen Distressing Ink stamp pads; Holiday Red, Garden Green, and Buttercup markers; Stampendous Partridge Tree and CTMH Speckled Background (retired) stamps; Red spiral clip; Foam distressing tool.
A Slice of Life: I need to be careful with regard to the titles I give my posts. Yesterday’s post attracted a comment from some weirdo who preached about the sins of eating meat. Delete. While I understand passion – I’m passionate about a lot of things – I don’t understand how single causes become missions that seem to consume people.
My day was busy and productive, and – best of all – I didn’t have to eat at 10:30. One of the gals in our department wasn’t in today and had left her invitation with a co-worker who passed it on to me. The food was scrumptious. Had they authorized us to take 90 minute naps afterwards, it would have been a perfect day. LOL.
It’s Thursday already tomorrow. I need to make a trip to Grand Forks within the next couple of days but haven’t made definite plans or even mentioned it to Husband, as I’m trying to figure out what the weather is going to do. It warmed up a bit here (into the teens and 20s, which makes the weather much more unpredictable. Miranda and Dustin had a doctor’s appointment today but obviously, there isn’t anything to report, because he hasn’t called. I am impressed that he has not missed a single appointment throughout this entire pregnancy.
I hope you are having a wonderful week. Mine remains a little off kilter, which, under the circumstances is probably understandable. As I stamped up a storm on Sunday evening, however, I should be back tomorrow evening with a card. I’ll “see” you again then. In the meantime, take care and thanks for stopping by!