Happy Wednesday to ya! This week we're having some work done on our house and we're also getting our "usual" afternoon/evening thunderstorms (even a tornado warning on Monday night --OMW, the weather that night was very spooky...but God sure put on a spectacular light show for us!), so we've been having to hang out at home quite a bit but we're making the best of it. And since we're no longer doing school work, I've been a LOT more productive than I have in quite a long time, so that makes me happy. ;)
I've had my Ambrosia 6x6 pad for months but had never used it...until now, that is. I made this card for my oldest son (the one who keeps the cards I make him -lol) over the weekend and then realized that it fits in with Kristina Werner's Color Inspiration Challenge this week --kinda fun when that happens. It was inspired by a really pretty card I saw in the June issue of Cards magazine made by Betsy Veldman (she's another one whose style I just adore, and her style is so distinctive). I need to get dinner started, so I'm gonna be brief (imagine that!?! lol). If you have any questions about the card, please ask.
Thanks so much for the visit, and I hope you'll stop by again soon. Until then, many blessings to you!
Economy Boosters (just doin' my part -lol!):
Cardstock: Grey Wool (CTMH)
Patterned Paper: Ambrosia collection (BasicGrey)
Stamps: Frames and Messages (Hero Arts), Endings & Beginnings from Feb09 KOM (Unity)
Ink: Black (CTMH)
Other: cornice border punch (Martha Stewart), button (BasicGrey), embroidery floss (DMC), grosgrain ribbon (CTMH), sewing machine, thread, foam mounting tape, glue dots