The Stampin' Schach Design Tips: Got Ten
This finished card measures 5" wide x 3-1/2" long.
- Let the paper work for you! The circle containing the beautiful blue flowers was simply punched from the Tea for Two Designer Series Paper. A few Pearls were added for interest. It doesn't get any easier than this!
- Feeling dotty! The sweet Calypso Coral Polka Dotted paper, also from the "Tea for Two" collection, coordinates perfectly with the Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. This is such a cheery color!
- Banner banter! The "Thanks So Much" sentiment from Oh, Hello was inked in Island Indigo, and stamped onto Whisper White card stock. A little snip-snip with the Paper Snips transforms it into a cute sentiment banner.
Oh, Hello Bundle (W 131102 $44.95, C 131101 $38.95)
Tea for Two Designer Series Paper (129311, $10.95)
Pearls (119247, $4.95)
Speaking of thank you ...
Three years ago today, upon the death of my beloved Missy the Boxer, I wrote one of the most difficult posts I have ever written. Missy was my "heart" dog...that once in a lifetime dog that truly leaves pawprints on your heart. Although she had lived a long life for a Boxer, I was not prepared for the day she left us. You can read the original post HERE. Many of you were there for me at that time, and there were many of you whom I met for the first time as you comforted me in your comments. And for that, I thank you.
Today, Missy resides in a place of honor. Every morning, I touch her urn as I pass through the living room. Although her leash and collar are retired, Muffy eats her meals from Missy's Fiesta dog bowl. Many times, I have noticed the Twins, and even little Lexi, paying their respects. Either they have some phenomenal sixth sense that lets them know that her urn is something special, or they are so in-tune to my feelings that they have picked it up from me. Of course, every night as I pass by on my way to retire for the evening, I once again touch her urn and wish my angel sweet dreams...
As always, your comments are important to me, and I do read each and every one of them. Won't you please let me know what you think of today's quick and cute "Got Ten" card? Of course, if you ever have any questions about the cards I create or the techniques that I use, I am only an email away. Until next time...