I have been so sore the last couple of days, I've been going to a personal trainer for a few weeks and I had a lot of lower abdominal pain from doing scrunches!!! and by Thursday night I had a very painful shoulder and neck to add to the other pain. Not sure why that was hurting, maybe didn't lift the weights correctly? So the last few days I really haven't been able to do much. it's slowly improving. My tummy muscles are feeling a lot better, lol.
My DT commenting has suffered a bit and had to finish up some of them today before one challenge finished. I usually like to stay up to date every couple of days so there is not so much to do at the last minute. Life has a way of interfering.
A new challenge starts today at Sentimental Sundays and I am lucky enough to be one of the Guest Designers for this month. The Theme is "Pack a Punch" use a punch or diecut
The sponsor this week is the wonderful Doodle Pantry and I chose this fun image to play with.
Here is my card.....A fairly simple card using just some DP and a couple of different diecuts.
SU Basic Black cardstock
SU Bashful Blue cardstock
White card from stash
DP is from 6x6 mini stack from Merci ~ they don't have names, but it is a boy themed paper pack.
Image and sentiment are from the set Toy Truck Ants from Doodle Pantry
Nestie Dies - Circles - Standard ~ large and small,
- Labels Twenty-Nine
D/S tape roller
Black Bling from stash
I am entering this into the following challenges:
CAS on Sunday - Challenge # 27 ~ Masculine Card
One Stitch At A Time - Challenge #200 ~ Use a digi
Crafts Galore Encore Challenge - Challenge #2 ~ Add a gem. or glitter or candy or any bling you fancy
Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge - February ~ must use patterned paper
Brown Sugar - Challenge #81 ~ Use a Die Cut or Punch
The team at Sentimental Sundays would love to see you dropping off an entry (or 3) this week so why not get busy and make something. Not a hard task to do this week and it can be a card for any occasion, just remember to add a sentiment on the front.
Thanks for stopping by,