What a beautiful day here in southern Arizona! Sun is shining, temperature is supposed to get to the high 70's F. And it's the day when you get to see my desk and the desks of many other crafters (if you so desire). This is all brought together by our head desker, Julia, at the Stamping Ground. If you're new to this please click on the WOYWW logo in the sidebar when you're done reading my post to learn more. And please click through to the Stamping Ground to get the links to up to 100 crafters who take part is this fun blog tour.
Here I just finished cutting out a couple banners and the matching stamps are sitting to the left with a little stamp on the acrylic block to the right of the ink pad. The negative of the banners is at the top of my Scor-Pal. I seen a cut card in our Fun Stampers Journey artwork page on FB and I wanted to try it. Some days I have such brain burps getting ideas....
I was searching for a particular stamp set when I seen this on on my shelf. I haven't used it in ages and decided to use it instead. (And now I can't remember what I was looking for.)
I purchased it from The Angel Company years ago and the set is called Sit Quietly. There are 9 stamps in the set and I'll use one of the text ones for the inside when I get that far. I added the hot pink twine from The Twinery and a matching pillow along with the black rhinestones. Doesn't this look inviting?
I used my Stardust Clear Gel pen on the lines of the pillow but I just couldn't get a good picture of the shimmer. I think you can get a hint of it in the lower right corner but you may need to click on the photo and enlarge it.
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For those of you who were praying for my 2nd mammogram and ultrasound last week.... I still haven't heard the results from my doctor but the 2 technicians were positive I have a benign cyst. Why can't doctors be more speedy? Anyway, I appreciate the prayers!