It’s a quiet and rainy Monday here in Jackson and I am spending the day in my craft room, or in the “bunker” as my hubby and son call it. My space is a small two room area off the dining room with shelves and a L-shaped craft table. It has a window and pretty good lighting. We haven’t found out the original purpose of the previous owners, but it is absolutely perfect for my papercrafts.
I had a marvelous day last Friday. Two great friends from church, Marie and Pamela, came over to learn how to make cards. I came up with a few projects and we spent the day laughing, sharing and creating. What a blessing to have such good friends! They are certainly a gift from God.
So, back to Monday and the Clean and Simple SCS sketch challenge that you can see here. I pulled out one of my first Stampin’ Up sets and used the dryer sheet technique that my great friend and demo Lisa taught me last year and made this simple anniversary card for my nephew and his wife-Nathan and Amber. It was so pretty and so easy I made four of them in just under an hour. How’s that for simple?
I hope your week is off to a wonderful start! Our little 7-8 year old All Star baseball team play every night this week. My sweet little great-nephew Anthony is on the team and my hubby is a coach- so I will be traveling to the ball park to help cheer them on.
Stamps: SU! Petal Prints, Small Script, Warm Words, American Crafts Large Sentiments
Paper: More Mustard, Always Artichoke, Soft Sky, Whisper White
Ink: More Mustard, Really Rust, Soft Sky, Always Artichoke
Embellishments: Soft Sky ribbon, Always Artichoke ribbon
Accessories: Used dryer sheet, Krylon Spray adhesive, Dimensionals