Well, the parade o' cards is starting to wind down. The last remaining entries are S L O W L Y emerging from the depths of the Labora-Torrey. I'm taking a break from stamping for my next couple of cards in favor of some diecuts mixed with good old-fashioned paper-piecing by hand.
Yep, people still do that!
I find paper-piecing by hand a whole lot easier than dragging my Cricut out and searching through all my cartridges for the appropriate images --even though I only have 3 cartridges (at least to my husband's knowledge I only have 3. So Sssshh. Zip it.)
My DH and I just celebrated our 4th anniversary. I think we're finally really getting to know each other. I don't feel like a newlywed anymore. I'm okay with that. That's not to say I feel like our marriage feels like an old, worn-out shoe...it's more like a favorite pair of yoga pants.
Life is good.
Here is the card I made for my DH. Nothing fancy, compared to cards I've done and are about to do (as you'll see in upcoming posts). It's just a simple card....nice...and a bit silly. I used the wheel from a bicycle die I have for the sun (Memory Box I think). The fence is from Impression Obsession and the clouds are from Impression Obsession and Elizabeth Crafts. The grass is a Martha Stewart edge punch.
Thanks, as always, for venturing out to Left Field--where creativity runs amok.