Fabulous! Would have to be one of my favouite words, I use it all the time and I even have friends pick me up on saying it,
they will repeat me they mock me when I say it or knowing me so well they say it before I can even say it is a cheeky way… I say it with such enthusiasm! I have a dear friend who will be 40 soon and she is very fabulous so I will pop this one away for the big event.
It is CASE Study time again, we are just over the half way mark with the January muse Jen Rzasa, you can see to the left her card for this week, I am very excited to see what everyone comes up with this week, the card has lots of options to case and inspire exciting projects, so if you have the time come and play with us at CASE Study. I am wondering can you see what inspired me? It’s pretty clear this week, it was all the squares I just thought they created such a wonderful feature on the simple card plus it is a good way to use up scraps of paper because lets face it most of us all have scraps that we have saved for some project down the track when you just need a little bit! Am I right? Great way to use them. I sponged the edges of my squares then added a little stitching and you may notice I have randomly stamped a light script over the squares.
Inside… I made a little mistake stamping the greeting and I inked up the edge of the stamp and did not look at the image before stamping it down… which I almost always do and the edge never has ink on it the one time I do not look grrrr! So I stamped the greeting on scrap Very Vanilla, punched out the greeting, added a few extra layers in a poor attempt to cover the unwanted ink. Normally I say we make no “mistakes” only creative opportunities but it would of looked so much better with the greeting just stamped straight on the cardstock.