And some of you might be wondering if I've forgotten to post the "after" photos of the credenza I've been repainting. Nope. Can't work on it just now. My sil and his buddy carried the extremely heavy thing out to my garage where I could work on the doors and drawers, and when the time was right, drag it onto the driveway to get the body done. However, we've had our street torn up since mid-May, and they still aren't done with it. Should have been done in a month's time, but the crew screwed it up, and they had to re-dig the whole blasted thing. Dust everywhere. Haven't broken out the Swiffer, or the Pledge in weeks - why bother?? If I did, I could go back to where I started and not even tell the difference! Once they pave over the construction and the dust has settled down a bit, I'll get back at it! Then I'll have photos of it to share.
As promised, I have two cards today. One for Muse, and one for a brand-new challenge headed up by Emily Fraiser, called Pinterest Inspired Challenge. Please stop by both of these challenges, check out the DT's cards, and see what beauties await you in the galleries. You'll be delighted, I guarantee it! Say......why don't you join me in the galleries?! What a great idea! And if Mr. Scrapbook Mojo leaves me today, I might just have to make another card or two! Awwww..... wouldn't that just be a darn shame???!!!! Sa-wink! ; )
Joan Bardee is up at Muse this week, and here is her beautiful and lovely CAS card. Would you just look at all that white space??!!
My card is pretty much a total CASE of hers; couldn't help it. Fell in love with Joan's beauty!
Michaels white cs, for the base and panel. SC sentiment and flower stamps. LF garland. Studio G green, THDI Tumbled Glass for 'hello,' Versafine black for 'darling,' and some red Copic for the flowres. An AE die for the little bow (isn't that just the cutest thing ever?!). And done!
And this is the inspiration photo for PIC...how fun is this??!!!
I. Love. This. No... I REALLY love this. It makes me smile every time I see it. Those colors really inspired me, as did the bits of nature found here. My card:
When I was a little girl, my mom (who was somewhat spare in giving compliments) told me she liked the way gray colors looked against my skin tone and hair color. Been a huge fan of gray ever since. Decided to go with it for the backdrop to my panel. These are NBUS dies. The cut-out square is the left over part from the last shaker card I made using an Impress die made by MB. The leaves are also MB. A PTI sentiment with Versafine black ink and done. All the papers for the leaves, and the gray panel came from my scrapbox. Rather easy. And I'm quite pleased with it.
For now, it's back to scrapbooking (waaaaaaaahhhhhhh). Happy dances everyone!