Hello everyone! Hows everyone's week going so far? Mine is definitely much less eventful than last week :)
Actually the highlight so far was coming home from work and finding someone plowed out our driveway while we were at work (and did several of our neighbors as well). Totally made our day as we got a LOT of snow earlier this week and a bit of freezing rain so it was REALLY heavy and neither my hubby or I wanted to shovel it. So imagine our surprise when coming home from work and it's already done!
Random acts of kindness are always a good thing - and it's always nice to mention them - I find everyone always posts/talks about the negative and you rarely hear about the GOOD things that are going on (or maybe it's just *my* Facebook friends - some days it's just depressing when you check in there before heading to work and 90% of it is people complaining or posting all the bad things going on in their lives.....).
Anywho it was really nice of whoever did it. :o)
SO - I have one last card in my mini "series" of "non-video" cards using the Sweet November February stamps.
If you missed the other 3 you can find the posts here:
I used the Authentique Gathering 6x6 pad as my inspiration for the colors, and took one of the floral papers from it and trimmed around the actual flowers before adhering it to the lighter blue patterned paer.
The ribbon is May Arts from my stash.
The sentiment is from my Be Happy set - I stamped it onto one of the patterned papers and punched it out with my Stampin' Up! Key Tag punch (retired).
The little butterflies were punched out with my Martha Stewart punch then I added some dots with a white gel pen and made their "bodies" with a brown Copic marker.
I used the white gel pen to add all the dots then trimmed out the cardstock with detail scissors.
Have a fabulous day everyone!
Stampin' Up! cardstock
May Arts ribbon
SU! Key Tag Punch