Hi stampers. Feels like Monday since having yesterday off for the 4th. It has not been a great week around here and yesterday was no exception and I'm sick so it really does feel like a Monday and the fact that I never in my 30+ years remember a 4th of July where people shot off fireworks to the extent they did last night. Geez! Some of us need to sleep because we have to work!!!! Ok, I'll quit whining now :-) I hope you either got a good night's sleep of better yet you have today off! Oh and you aren't sick! I'd like to call in but there really isn't anyone to cover for me so hopefully I'll feel better once I'm up and around...
So how about some happy stuff since I'm all doom and gloom today? LOL! I got a big box of stuff the other day from the Holiday mini or seasonal catalog. I went a teeny tiny little bit nuts I think! I'm afraid to count the number of stamp sets I got...eep! Do you ever open the box and say whoa? Did I order all that???? LOL!
So, I always have a hard time deciding what to dig into first but this time it was pretty easy as I didn't get any Halloween stuff and logically Thanksgiving would be the next holiday and I LOVE the turkey day sets this year! I'm still struggling with my mojo so I wanted clean and simple...or at least simple and this set lends itself so well to that! It's based loosely on the sample in the catalog.
Stamps: Truly grateful
Paper: Confetti white, very vanilla, soft sky, sweater weather DSP
Ink: Sahara sand, chocolate chip, soft sky, crushed curry, tangerine tango
Accessories: Triple heart punch, natural trim, aquapainter (for splatters)
Who would have thought those colors would look so yummy together? And I can't wait to show you something soon that I did with something that coordinates with this stuff...it didn't make it on this first card simply because I forgot about even getting it (because I actually put IT away where it belongs....which I did NOT do with the rest of the stuff from the box currently sprawled out all over my floor, lol).
I hope to be back soon with some Christmas in July :-)