The weekend is almost over. and that makes me sad, I just need a little more weekend. There is just not enough time to do everything I want to anymore. Summer is coming to an end, and that is way to soon for me. The fall is a beautiful time of year, but I dislike winter so. Continue to pray for Karen's Mother, she is not doing well at all. My DH had a good weekend. Him and son went Trout fishing up in the mountains yesterday. He caught the largest trout, but now I really didn't see it, am just going by what he and Son said. It was catch and release, so he didn't bring it home. So I just have to trust that he wasn't telling me a "fish tale". Then after coming in from fishing, he went straight to the golf course. He had the winning score in his foursome. And he was dancing a jig (well not really, his back was hurting) for his accomplishment on that, he usually does not do that well with the ones he was playing with today, they usually get the lower scores. The great thing about all of Allan's hobbies is that it gives the time to myself to do my hobbies. Ahhh, the Good Life. it looks like this will be a long post. I have three of 365 Cards' challenges to share with you this afternoon.
Friday Day 216 was Ad Inspired
I chose to use black and white with a splash of teal
The flowers are some new ones I found really reasonably on Friday. The paper and ribbon was from some scraps.
Saturday Day 217 was to use the same color of ink as our card stock to stamp a background.
I used Burnt Sienna from Color Box Fluid Chalk. Added a sentiment and a googled pic of the pumpkin patch.
Sunday Day 218 Super Sketchy Sunday
I soon will need a baby card, so I used coordinating papers from Zoophabet by Cathy Heck to pull off this challenge.
It is hard to see but on one of the layers I used little rub ons on the edge where the papers join, that say Butterfly Kisses. Another layer, I used little buttons, and on the other, faux stitching. Ribbon was from stash, Rubber Duckie Die Cut from ?????? which was adhered using foam dots for dimension, and the sentiment was computer generated. Thanks for taking a little of your Sunday afternoon and spending it with me. I love it when you do.