How I can get more hours in the day? Or maybe more days in a week?
I know. If we knew this we’d all only won’t more and more…….lol
Life has just been so hectic this year. Silly me thought as my children got a little older things would slow down. Now granted they range in age from nearly 9 yrs to nearly 15 yrs so maybe I’m just expecting things too soon……hahaha. With all the school things, after school activities and household duties, I’m surprised at times I get any time to stamp let alone post here but I’ve always done some form of craft since I was little and it’s definitely a part of me that won’t change. I think some time management is probably what’s in order and scheduling in time for certain things and sticking with it. The other thing is learning to say ‘NO’ at times …… I’m sure we can all relate to that one.
Anyway enough of my rambling. Tonight is catch up night. I’ll be sitting at my computer for as long as it takes tonight to type and schedule some posts. I have lots to show, share and tell you all over the next week and hopefully more regularly after that.
The card I’m going to share with you in this post is another one I made at Stamp Camp and it’s using the lovely Asian Artistry stamp set. I wish this set wasn’t leaving us at the end of the month however I may just hang onto it.
I’ve stamped the image onto Watercolour Paper using Stazon Jet Black and coloured using an Aqua Painter and inkpads. I love watercolouring but don’t often do it.
The base card is Old Olive which I’ve layered some Pink Pirouette onto. The Pink Pirouette cardstock has been stamped with the main image using Versamark. I’ve run a piece of Regal Rose and a smaller piece of Old Olive through the Big Shot using the Polka Dot Textured Impressions folder and layered the Old Olive on the reverse. The sentiment is also from the Asian Artistry stamp set and has been stamped using Regal rose.
Till next time…..
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