Well, hubby back home after his weekend Football Reunion. He had a good time and caught up with lots of people including a cousin he hasn't seen for about 30 years or so. The fire is going and it's been raining again!
I had a fairly quiet day, church this morning. It was the 151st church anniversary, they had a big cake for morning tea. I did splurge and had a small piece.
The rest of the day, I did some clothes washing and also washed all the dust off the tv cabinet. It gets really bad from the open fire. I also tidied up the cupboard where I keep the DVD's. They are now back in alphabetical order, except for the children's ones. I keep those in the lower sections of the cupboard so the grandchildren can open it and pick out what they want to watch.
I also fiddled around making this card, there is no stamping on this one. Just designer paper and some rub-ons. Trying to use up some of my stash. The rub-ons came in a plastic container with a zip on the side and were in the chuck out bin at a craft store for 10 packs for $5.00 and I only wanted the plastic container so I could put my nestie dies in them. They are great and don't take up as much room as the original packaging. So.... now I have lots of rub-ons (Christmas themed) and I'm trying to use some of them.
Well, this is what it looks like!!!
Front of card
Inside of Card
Pink cardstock from stash for basecard
DP from Kaisercraft 6 x 6 Paper Pad ~ Christmas Carnival Collection
Co-ordinating diecut label is from the same paper pad
Blue cardstock from stash for inside layer
Red Bling from stash
Snowflakes die - used silver metallic card from stash
Stars are also from the Snowlfake Die
Small wide oval punch
SU Baja Breeze inkpad
Words and flower are from the rub-on sheet also Kaisercraft
I am entering this into the following challenges:
Clear It Out Challenge - Christmas in July - use something red or green or both from stash ~ I've used my red bling!
Time to say goodnight, hope you enjoy the remnants of your weekend and are all prepared to meet the coming week head on.
Thanks for stopping by,
Sandy : )