That's here in the USA, of course. I know some of you were already startled by that holiday a few weeks back. For you, however, you must have something coming up like Boxer Day or Bra Day or some such Unnerwear Day. Speaking of unnerwear, all of the holidays creep up on my any more. I figure what we could do is, we could just all agree to stop time, say on the 15th of this month, for about ten days while we do nothing but make cards for special holidays. Are you with me? Okay, good. I'll start a petition.
Having said all that, I don't have a need to make a Mother's Day card for a mother, but I did make one for my wonderful DIL, mother of our beloved twin grandsons. We will be brunching with them on Sunday and I can give her my card then. You get to see it first:
Clean and Simple 291, sketch.
New Friends Corner
I'm so thrilled to introduce you to our newest friend at the Playhouse. Please welcome Jenny B. of Owl Be Crafty! In Jenny's own words, she enjoys doing just about anything creative such as baking, event planning, and photography, but her absolute favorite thing is making cards. Everything she learned about crafting, she learned from her mother! What a wonderful acknowledgment from a sweet daughter and so timely as we celebrate Mother's Day!
Jenny is trying to become more active as a blogger and I know that your visit and your encouragement will mean a lot to her. If you could follow her, that would be an added bonus for both of you! I know you will find her card art to be exceptional and inspirational!
Welcome, Jenny, and thank you for joining us!!
I have made a collage of photos for you as a follow-up to my last post. If you're interested, the individual photos can be viewed by clicking on the tab at the top called "My Photos."
Enjoy your day! No, seriously, enjoy. LITS!*
|Paper||SU certainly celery, unknown textured card base; glossy paper by Stampland; colored and clear vellum by Grafix|
|Stamps||Hydrangea H2121 by Hero Arts; sediment by Art Gone Wild (AS-E4.506)|
|Ink||Stazon jet black; Tim Holtz alcohol inks|
|Accessories||Napkin by Michel Design Works; Liquid pearls|
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