Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Timeless Tuesday...sentiment






Well it's another challenge over at TT for Flourishes and this week we are to use a sentiment as our focal point. I chose the little verse I found in the Zinnia set about kindness. I love people who are kind and thoughtful so this was a goodie to choose. Very basic card using the Teardrop circle die which kind of reminds me of a sand dollar...did anyone else see that in this die?? Golly I wish I was able to walk on an ocean beach and search for one as it's so darn hot here lately it's" killing burn your body sunshine". Not something us oldies can handle for too long. Anyway...Nothing much to this card as I stamped with a blue ink, die cut the two circles added a ribbon of bias tape in whitish color and a blinger on the bow. Found my paper in my stash and it was not marked but probably comes from Mike's place . Soft blue denium type color. That's it fellow inky finger friends. No big plans for today but Sunday is DGD's birthday and she will turn 9. Yikes where did that time go. We made a birthday list for her parents and they exploded laughing... we put stuff like the Genie bra in all 3 colors, nose piercing, a gift card for a few tatoos, a dye job for pink hair. Well of course DD thought this was all my idea but me and Ellie came up with it together and had such fun thinking of things that would rock her parent's boat and guess what we did just that.  

Have a fun week everyone and talk again soon.


7 comments:

Heather Jensen said...

Fabulous pat. I love the floral patterned paper. Thanks for playing along at Flourishes. :)

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Clean and classy Pat! This is just lovely.

Cindy Haffner said...

So PRETTY PAT!!~

Glenda said...

Keep rocking that boat...they deserve it! ha.. Love the shades of blue on your card and of course who doesn't like Spellbinders!

Anonymous said...

Hey, Pat! Some new format since last commenting here....I'll have to read the directions. Yieks! Hot! Hot? Hot! Tinder dry, Hot! Did you pick up on those music dudes at Concert on the Green, St. John's and Shiloh Road last night? We ditched for a cooler shade in the house. Previous week was grand, musical '62s big tunes from the top one hundred on The Charts....free concert with fundraiser food venders if you so choose to mozie among attendees from your self provided folding lounge chair. Green grass and gorgeous flora all around; you'd thoroughly enjoy the sites. Could be a likely strawhatted cowpuncher in the mix. Ha! Last week we delighted watching some newlyweds dance the night away to '62s tunes. Could they cut the rug on cement brick patio dance arena!
Likin' your TT blue E & Q card sorting the waterdroplets into a circular landing zone around this dry area.....1000 declared disaster drought counties down south without consideration for any of these dry northern areas....looking for your circle of raindroplets to softly bless earth. Pray for rain over a three day stretch of graceful watering. Soaker style. mt23stamper
Keep Looking UP!

Susan (rainy) said...

Such a pretty card, Pat. Beautiful CAS design. And I'm so jealous... It must be wonderful to have grandkids so close.

Denise Marzec said...

Looooove the shades of blue!...so calming!