We watched the movie "2012" tonight and it was pretty good, it was pretty far fetched through most of it in how there were so many near misses of the main characters getting killed. But I love a John Cusack movie as much as the next person. I was waiting to see if his buddy old pal Jeremy Piven would show up cause it seems like you can't have one in a movie without the other. It's like watching a Ron Howard movie, you just wait for that first shot of his brother Clint.
You never know though the way Mother Nature has been messing around this could very well happen.
This is one of the projects for my Big Shot class this weekend. I pretty much cased my fellow Artisan Award winner Lisa Nichol's On-line bonus card, except I changed the color and flower center embellishment. Thanks Lisa for the inspiration.
Paper: Taken With Teal, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, Apricot Appeal, Certainly Celery
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Misc: Word Window punch, Modern Label punch, Daisies #2 Die, Lattice Die
Tip: The leaves are just the little pieces that fall out of the Lattice Die, I just did another Lattice in Certainly Celery, then I stacked them off set a little bit.
This card also uses the Sweet Pea DSP Item #117161, and you will not be able to get this DSP after April 30, so if you are loving this paper pack as much as me, you are going to want to order some. It also has retiring colors in it, so it won't be back in the big catalog.
I am headed to bed, I have a headache, in order for me to hear the movie we have to turn the tv loud, I prefer the words along the bottom so the tv does not have to be so loud, but Jeff does not like that. Even though once in a while I will say "what did he say?" and he will say "I don't know." Maybe he should have the words on too eh? Oh well.
Have a great Saturday and thanks for stopping in!
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love those cards. I really enjoy visiting your site every day!
it was a pretty good movie. John Cusack is the bomb!Woody cracked me up too!
We are missing you here at Victopia. hard to believe it was a year ago you were home.