Ezekiel was hunting all over this morning for that last Post-It. It was so funny! BJ had told him that there were a total of five, and it was like a treasure hunt for him! We found it at lunch, when I needed a little pick-me-up. I even slept like a log last night, even though BJ wasn't home. That never happens, but I'm exhausted and haven't been feeling the best. I guess it's bound to happen, when I have a baby sneezing on me, sticking her boogery fingers in my mouth, and wiping drool all over my face. Adina's definitely a cuddler! She's doing much better, though... with having been sick, I mean.
I'm participating in a fun challenge this week. It's for a new, online publication called Embellish Magazine.
Here's what I came up with.
I started by cutting two 4" circles, from brown cardstock, with my Fiskars circle template. I, then, cut two 3-1/2" circles, using the same template... one from light blue cardstock and one from vellum by Paper Studio. I stamped flourishes, with Moonlight White, Brilliance, archival, pigment ink, on the light blue cardstock and paper pierced dots all around the edges of the vellum. I, then, adhered the light blue cardstock to one of the brown, cardstock circles, as well as, the vellum over the light blue circle, being careful to hide the placement of the glue dots. I joined all four circles with a brad, for easy opening, hidden under the "take care of yourself" sentiment which was stamped, in Bashful Blue ink, on white cardstock and popped off the card face with dimensionals. I stamped the leaves, with Close to Cocoa ink, on white cardstock; cut them out; added a little shine with my Gelly Roll pen; and adhered them, over the vellum, just at their base, so I could bend up the edges as if they had just landed there. Finally, I added three green buttons, one of which was embellished with four gemstones by Paper Studio, and a pretty, white ribbon tied in a bow just above the sentiment.