Sunday, February 9, 2020

Made From Scratch

Hello & Happy Sunday!

Hope your all enjoying your weekend!
Yesterday we got the downstairs ready for Ryan and today we will take him down with his wheelchair and bed.
Before we start that though I am off to get a haircut and a quick stop at Home Depot to look at tile for above our shower. Our bathroom renovation guy came yesterday to go over the plan and look at the stuff we shopped for. Monday the demolition will start at 8am! 
I'm ready!
For the next 2 weeks we will be showering and using the bathroom downstairs.
I'll most likely spend everyday downstairs with Ryan and maybe get some stamping in!
Him & I will will be fighting over the tv in the afternoon when my soaps are on! LOL
It's all good!

Today I want to share a card I made last week for Valentines Day!

It uses mostly retired stuff except for that pretty paper!
It also is flat for easy mailing!

Card Details:

Stamps: Made From Scratch (retired), Wonderful Wishes (retired)
Ink: Real Red
Cardstock: Thick Whisper White, Real Red, Flirty Flamingo, Whisper White, From My Heart DSP
Accessories: Square Layering Framelits, Be Mine Stitched Framelits, Red Rhinestones, Real Red Taffeta Ribbon, Glue Dots, Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue

The Made From Scratch stamp set has not seen ink for many years!
It was available in 2005 and i'm pretty sure I have not used it since then. 
The Wonderful Wishes set was available in 1998 and I picked that up a few years ago on Ebay.
I always say that I like mixing the old with new!

My thoughts today...

Thanks for stopping by & enjoy your day!


Carol L said...

I love this design with the 3 hearts and the woven look behind them! Great papers and ribbon with a beautiful font on the sentiment too! Good luck with that bathroom remodel - life will be chaotic for a while I'm sure. Have a great Sunday!

LeAnne said...

You had me at THREE....I love threes! Especially these three hearts! Just beautiful! Sounds like you're going to have an interesting few days while your bath renovation takes place...but it is always worth it in the end!

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

Glad your project is a go! I always admire the delicate edges on your diecuts. Mine are not that fine. This is a wonderful card and another I may case down the line somewhere. So pretty!

Janice M said...

Love your layout and those interesting heart stamps! They kinda have a burlap like look? Hope your not having to hard of a time getting the TV for your Soaps?!

Vicki Burdick said...

love this one, you are so rocking using the older stamps with the new!!