Went to Madison Saturday to watch Grant, Lily, and Drew. They are so darn funny. And boy am I crazy for them. We made cookies, played cards, ate pizza for dinner, made paper hats out of newspaper, and laughed. I had such a good time with them. I hated it when bedtime came. We read a story and then we sang a song. When my son was a baby, he got a wind up baby Big Bird that played the song "Yellow Bird" while it's legs and arms waved. He loved that thing. We'd sing it together as he grew older, and since his first little one was born, we've been singing it to him (and the others who followed). I put it on my iPod. Guess what bedtime song they wanted....yep, "Yellow Bird." It' so sweet and the kids love it. If you haven't heard it, or heard of it and are curious, just google the Mills Brothers, and you can find it, I'm sure.
Now you all know the fabulous Darnell....and if you don't, well, goodness, I don't know where you've been! She is one of those people you want to know! Well, she found a new-to-her challenge, and when you see the inspiration photo, you'll understand why I had to jump on that bandwagon too! First go over and check out Darnell's blog, then come back and see which direction I took. Alrighty then...
I'm sure I've checked out the City Crafter Challenge Blog before, but I haven't played along with them...up till now. So had to play along. Go and see what they're all about, you'll be glad you did.
Killer colors. Don't they just feel like a breath of fresh, cool air? And this is my take:
Pretty easy to construct. White Bazzill card base, scraps of kraft and vellum, PTI stamp, VersaMagic chalk ink, All Night Media leaves, and Bubbles & Bling blings. That's it. Cool. Happy dances everyone!