It's been quite a week so far. Actually last weekend was difficult and this week I'm finally getting some sleep and feeling like stamping. So, my desk is brought to you by Julia of the Stamping Ground. This is week 264 that this international blog tour has been going on. Amazing! Over 5 years and still over 100 deskers link up each week! And, without further ado here's my desk:
And what do I have here? Other than the ever present red Cricut Expression and a stack of paper there is my container of sponges, stamps, 2 sympathy cards I've been working on for the store where I teach (they're for sale), and acrylic blocks - 2 with stamps on them. Now time to clean up and start again.
My stamped card is made using a sketch from the Sketch Challenge #230 of Operation Write Home. It felt good to play with stamps, paper, and ink....
The paper is by Pebbles called "Let Freedom Ring" and the stamped images are by Close To My Heart.
Here you can see the pop-dotted layers. Normally I would add bling but that's a no-no with OWH.
Last Saturday was my Mom's Memorial. I was thrilled to see almost 100 people come to support my Dad or me or to honor Mom. I posted the guest book last week that I made for them to sign. Here's the table I decorated to hold the programs....
The church that my folks attend is rather small so room for decorations is at a premium. This table was in the small entry. I found the rectangular basket and flowers at Michaels. Mom loved tulips. They are out of season so I purchased a small potted plant of white Kalanchoe and framed a recent picture of her for this display. My brother designed the program and did a fabulous job on the video of her life.
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