Plus, Scott, Erik and I have been working at the local pool's snack shack most days - think small, unairconditioned room, with multiple refrigerators, freezers, microwaves and pot of hot water generating even more heat. Technically, the high school marching band runs it every summer as a fundraiser, but the flaw in that plan is that they have a two week marching camp in July and they go back to school early August (even though the pool is open until Labor Day) - so we parents get to run the snack shack! Wave at my boys...
Here is my card for CAS-ual Fridays (to make a 4x9 card) and for this week's Create Ink ColorLab.
I LOVE this sentiment!!
I had a real problem getting back into cardmaking - I had two full false starts on this card... (I didn't spend any time editing these pics)
|This one just seems too dark!|
|This is my favorite of the batch|
but I see "wedding" when I
look at it!
|I even failed on my posted card.|
I had originally colored the candles
in Coral thinking it would highlight
the yellow stickles, but it just
I am so hoping that my cardmaking block is over...I have a wonderful weekend of cards in front of me and I am thrilled to be back in my craft corner with ink on my fingers and glitter on my eyebrows!
- Stamps: Lawn Fawn images, Morningstar sentiment
- Ink: Stampin' Up Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Calypso Coral, Baja Breeze, Daffodil Delight
- Paper: Stampin' Up Crumb Cake and a small piece of Baja Breeze dsp
- Accessories: Oval and Scalloped Oval Nesties, Yellow Stickes, sheer ribbon rubbed across the Daffodil pad, small piece of linen thread
Hi dear. What a beaties. And you're right.. what a super cute sentiment. Wow, that heat sounds to intense for me.. What a gift that you do this for your boys. Bless your heart! Pss: I waved back at them.ReplyDelete
Inky hugs, Pauline
So glad to see you're back! Love the final card! What a fun one!! :) Hope your mojo keeps right on flowing! Know how it is when just getting started again seems almost painful! Can't wait to see more of your wonderful creations!ReplyDelete
Happy to see you again! I love all of these cards, but the first one is definitely my pick for a birthday! Love that extra tall cake!ReplyDelete
i love all three of your creations!ReplyDelete
Lovely to have your creations back in blogland Kim, love this towering cake and yep a brilliant sentiment :)ReplyDelete
Very very cool!!! I see you live in Parker.....not too far from me....I live in Denver...ten minutes away from DIA. Hope all is well.....ReplyDelete
What a great card! Perfect for that looooong cake! Thanks for joining us at the ColorLab!ReplyDelete
Wow that is some cake! It is a great sentiment. Mmmmm cake!!! xReplyDelete
Lovely card. I love the way you alternated the colors on the layers. Thanks for joining us at ColorLab.ReplyDelete
Love your cake. Everyone needs a cake that tall for their birthday. :) AnnReplyDelete
I think these are all great cards, we are our own worst critics right? I know I'd love to eat a piece of cake that large! Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!ReplyDelete
These are alllllll awesome! Thanks for playing along with us at CAS-ual Fridays!ReplyDelete
Superb work, I love them all!ReplyDelete
Thanks for playing at CAS-ual Fridays!