Hi there blog friends! Hope you are all doing well and had a great weekend. I went to the crop and got 40 pages done, so I will have more pretties to show you as soon as I get them photographed! I am returning all comments tonight, can't wait to get around and see what all of you have been up to! I've found it's just easier for me to do a whole lot at one time than just a little here and there. So that's how I'm rolling! ;)
I just haven't been feeling my normal amount of mojo lately, though....
In my own defense, I've been really busy, have spent a lot of time cleaning out my studio, writing my next several posts for craftstorageideas.com, and also I have been asked to join a new team, I am now an "It Girl" at Can You Digi It?, more deets on that to come.... but I don't know why I just haven't had much urge to create things with paper and ink as I normally do! I guess artists get "blocked" sometimes just like writers do! So, today I thought I would push myself out of my mood, and into my studio and actually tackle a challenge. Love these colors at Dancing In Pajamas.... (Daffodil, Navy, and Olive) so right up my alley! :) Having a hard time getting the challenge color photo over here, so I'll see what I can figure out after I pick up the boys :)
I pulled out goodies from TCP, recently won a 10$ voucher from there and that gave me the excuse to buy this set I've had my eye on for ages! Love this gorgeous bird stamp set and coordinating CutUp :) I also pulled another little birdie from Nesting to perch on the edge of the birdhouse.
I felt the Cloud Border CutUpwould be a great place for the sentiment to "land." I found this yellow embellishment in an unopened package of cute paper flowers, all different colors. the yellow one looked like it would make a nice "sun" to me, and it was super easy peasy :)
That is all for me today, be back soon with some pretty pages and more fun stuff for you to see!
supply list: dies and stamps: the Cat's Pajamas; patterned paper: K&Company; yellow embellishment: American Crafts
DUST IT OFF! Some years old patterned paper still made a great background for this card.