I'm home, from church, with a sick boy, today. Adina is feeling tons better and no longer running a fever. Matter of fact, we, even, got out, in the snow, yesterday, to get her flower girl dress altered. It was pretty big, but I'm crossing my fingers that the tailor can work wonders on it. Anyhow, now, Ezekiel is feeling crummy. Fortunately, he doesn't have all the fluid problems Adina had. Sorry, guys! I didn't know how else to put it, but he is running a fever and being, extremely, irritable. Poor guy! All that's to say that, because I'm home, I get to post a card! Yihoo! And boy, did I have fun with this one! Although, I'm going to apologize, in advance, for the photographs. I'm having a super difficult time taking good pictures, especially true-to-color pictures, in this winter light. Bummer.
The Shabby Tea Room's Week #43: Welcome to 2011, in which we've been asked to create a project using eleven elements. If you're, still, unsure if I got all eleven elements into this card, after reading all the details above, check out all the goodies I used below. I think that I counted more than 20 ;)!
Have a fantastic Sunday, ya'll! Since we don't have schoolwork to accomplish, and BJ's off to Sunday School and a meeting after, I'm off to enjoy a little, free time with my kiddos and bunker down for the, nearly, six inches of snow our weather people are predicting. Guess we'll soon find out if they're right ;). Oh! And before I run, I'm so excited, to tell you all, that I was named a Top Mouse for this creation. Eeek! Thanks, ladies! I'm, truly, honored!
Stamps: Design Basics: Backgrounds I (Wplus9); Best Yet (SU) Paper: Old Olive, Whisper White, & floral patterned (SU); white doily (Wilton) Ink: Pretty in Pink & Bravo Burgundy (SU); Tea Dye & Antique Linen (Ranger) Other: pink & white thread & sewing machine; burgundy felt (JoAnn Fabrics); crystal flourish (Zva Creative); vintage brad & Cutter Tool (SU); white string; sheer, white, lace trim; & sheer, stain-trimmed, pink ribbon (Hobby Lobby); George & Basic Shapes, Cricut cartridge (Provo Craft)