...then my Toby all bathed, brushed and looking all handsome. Of course he won't sit still long enough for me to take his picture, so you will have to take my word on it. I need to take him to the groomer for a trim though, as his hair is in his face, and his ears are really long, I can bathe him but I don't feel confident enough to take scissors to him, he has already been "fixed" once..ha!
So today I had a fun day with my Trilogy gals, when I grow up I am moving there. They even have a lunch place there too...man oh man, I might even take up golf...ok, well not really, but let's say Jeff says "hey if we move to Trilogy will you start playing golf?" I might say sure, just to move there, and then I might say "oh I was foolin' ya, plus I gotta stamp!"
So I told you that I would show you the other card I demoed today. I hosted a swap recently with my downline and a few other demonstrators and I got the cards the other day, so I cased my pal, fellow Demonstrator, fellow Canadian Kathy Bethune (hey chickee), and I just changed the layout of the card and the ribbon, but it is basically her card. If you want to see Kathy's card and the rest of the swaps please look to the right and I have some photo albums over there, click on Swaps and RAKs, and it will open up to the cards.
Here it is, and thanks Kathy for the idea...mwah!!!
Stamp Set: From the Crypt, All Holidays
Paper: Basic Black, Whisper White, Cast-a-Spell DSP
Ink: Basic Black, Old Olive
Marker: Crushed Curry
Misc: Black Striped ribbon, oh man I love this stuff, and want more colors...why am I never satisfied? ha!
The card I did for the girls, they wanted the teeth yellow, so I did that instead...and that looked cool.
I might have to do some of these for convention, or a variation. They are cute and quick, and right now with less then a week away that is what I am aiming at.
Jeff and Eric are watching WipeOut so I think I will go check it out. I had a head ache earlier and had to go lay down. The older I get this heat really knocks me out.
Have a great Thursday and thanks for stopping in!