Today I had my Catalog Kick Off Party and it was great seeing everyone. I think all the girls headed out to see Fiji before they left, she loved the attention. I need to take some more pictures of her as she has grown a bit.
While I am typing this the movie "Dinner for Schmucks" is on. I am very undecided if I like it or not, I keep waiting for the dinner to happen and so far, no dinner. I did like the beginning though when they showed the little mouse scenes. I think that if they ever re-do a movie that Jerry Lewis was in, you know when he was the Nutty Professor (although I know they redid that one) but that wacky character, I think that Steve Carrell would be awesome in the role.
Here is another display card I did using the Raining Flowers stamp set.
Paper: Whisper White, Pacific Point, Wild Wasabi, Beyone the Garden DSP
Ink: Jetblack Stazon, Sahara Sand, Wild Wasabi
Misc: Circle punches, scallop circle punch, white satin ribbon, pinking hearts border punch, vintage wallpaper embossing folder
Well I better sign off and get ready for Stamp Club tomorrow.
Have a blessed Sunday and thanks for stopping in.
Barb Gornick says
I look so forward to my dose of sunshine from you every morning! I subscribe to many blogs but yours is the first that I open up!
Have a great day! b
Anita Davies says
I love this card! It is simple but oh so elegant! I'm going to have to make one just like it for myself;-) Thanks for sharing!
Anne Marie Hile says
Wow, this is just beautiful! I really like how the colors pop off all the white space. I think I found a new set to add to my ever-growing wish list, too. Thanks for the inspiration! 🙂
Jacqui Lines says
I haven't watched that one either – Steve Carrell I can only take a little bit at a time – he's kind of like Will Ferrell – I can only take him in small doses too.
I did like Steve in that date movie with Tina Fey though – it was pretty funny.
Angie Walters says
I love those three colors together. One of my fave combinations. And you did a beautiful job on this card. Love it! As for your sewing machine. I'm not sure if you're doing this. But if you don't have the wheel that raises the needle in the up position, it makes it hard to raise the needle. To test where it should be. Grab the two threads and pull slowly while turning the wheel. You'll feel where it starts grabbing it and what position it pulls freely. When it pulls freely is where you should have your needle each time you go to remove your card or material. Not sure. But give it a try.
Carey Rogers says
OK, this is way too cute. It is so fresh and clean. I just love that color of blue. But, blue and green together are so fantastic and are my favorite color combination. Thanks for this great card.
Carey and Roscoe