Hello Everyone! I say that with as much cheer as I can muster up after an especially grueling session of Boot Camp. Ugghh makes you think twice about eating junk food. There is a great new challenge over at The Sisterhood of Crafters and you get a chance to win some great prizes. The challenge this week is to make an Easter related project which is easy peazy because of the timing. One lucky winner will be elgible to win a great prize from AmberInk. After the week I had I didn't get my card done in time unfortunately but there is some great eye candy from our new Guest Designer Team as well as our Sisters so make sure to stop on by.
I also wanted to share with you this super quick and easy card I made from scraps and things in my arms reach the other day. I was making a card for the Market Street Stamps Color Cue challenge and had some leftover scraps so I decided to make a quick card with them. I also found a die cut that I had stamped for a previous card and it fit the colors perfectly so I used that to mat my butterflies. I stamped the cardstock with Vintage Wallpaper first as well as the butterflies. For the die cut I used Perfectly Pretty Grid to jazz it up a bit. I didn't put a sentiment on it because I wanted to add some cards to my stash that can be used for anything and this card fit the bill. It's simple but the stamps make it looks so pretty! Thought I would share it with you all. I am off to try to make the best of this miserable, dreary and rainy day!