I'm so glad you could make it! There are refreshments on the dining room table, and I've brought out the good china in honor of your visit! Welcome to the new Happy Dance! I hope you're "ooohing and aaahing" over all this gorgeousness that's happening here; I know I am! The incredibly sweet and amazingly talented Loll Thompson created this beautiful, new look, and I am thrilled beyond all measure of space and time! Thank you so much, Loll! I couldn't be more delighted!!
Loll created some beautiful headers and combined them with fun fonts. I fell madly in love with a pretty pink flower one, the first of many she made. I kept going back to it, and it made me happy. Then she popped this one in the mix, and my first thought was, "orange??, no way." After she set it as an example at the top of a test page, my tune changed.... It just felt right, you know what I mean?! Both the poppies and the font just dance across the top of my blog, don't they??!! The more I looked at it, the more I loved it. This feels like me.
So, welcome! Have some more coffee and blueberry coffee cake, and stay a while!
I do have a card for today. The first one in my new 'home!' It's for Darnell's NBUS#10, where the theme is 'bubble wrap.' Or bubbles, or wrap, or just use your NBUS. Go check it out. Play along. It'll be fun, I promise!! And because I liked and used the theme over at City Crafters, I'm going to play along there as well.
Since I didn't have any bubble wrap handy (it's wrapped around all those fragile Christmas ornaments and decorations), I used an embossing folder to mimic the look.
I think the "bubbly" part turned out pretty well. Scraps of black and white cardstock, and a Cuttlebug ef. All the stamps are from PTI, and while the spray and die aren't NBUS, the sentiment is. A little Copic coloring on the leaves, and some Stickles on the berries finish this. EZPZ. I may make more of these in different colors; they'd make good additions to the assortment I give the kids/grandkids for Christmas.