Saturday, July 31, 2010

Stealth Summer

Taking time for a quick post then hoping to accomplish more than a squirrel in a nut factory. The list of things to do today: Post card, make a card or two, a trip to the farmer's market, and then, sadly enough, go to work. How did this summer escape with such stealthy ease? I have so many things at work I need to accomplish before students start moving back on campus I'm nearly in panic mode. Deadline to 'get er' all done is August 10. Didn't the little darlin's JUST leave????

Oh well...daylight is burning...instead of thinking about all I have to accomplish today I need to 'post-up and shut-up'.
Watermelon Note~Base card PaperTrey Ink Spring Moss~Layer of white cardstock - edges smudged with Anita's Art Stamps Cranberry~Layer of The Paper Studio Blush Checkerboard
~Sentiment - Just Rite
~Horizontal layer of red cardstock with faux stitches using Sharpie Ultra Fine Point Black~Layer of white cardstock smudged with Stampabilities Kelly Green
~Layer of light green textured cardstock edges smudged with Stampabilities Black~Layer of red paper stamped and edge-smudged using Versamark, Stampin' Up Looks Like Spring, and Tim Holtz Distress Embossing Powder Black Soot~Free digital image from Pholkart Blessings (I worked a little digital erasing and deleted the ant that was sitting on the table cloth.) Image is colored with Copics, and highlight dots using Sharpie Poster Paints white
Lord Have Mercy - sketch (layout)
Our Creative Corner - used red, green, white, black
Dare U 2 Digi Stamp - use stitching

Off to attempt over-achieving!
All good wishes,

1 comment:

  1. This is super cute!
    Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog.
    I just moved from Iowa the first of April. We lived in Des Moines area. I am now in Alabama...and man is it hot! :)


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