Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Heal well



Inkadkinado For the birds stamp set, colored with copic and distres markers, shading with ink
Spellbinders Romantic Rectangles die
Paper from my latest Carmaking and Papercrafts magazine
Words to the Rescue -Get well stamp set
Dashes, dots and checks ribbon
Flower gem

Well starting tomorrow we are suppose to start seeing temps in the 100's.  It figures just in time for my Husbands days off, I am sure it will go back down after he has to return back to work, just so that it will make getting stuff around the house a little harder to do.   Poor Peanut wants to go out on the deck and lay in the sun but she doesn't last too long and just looks sad sitting by the door looking out at the sun, wishing she could be out there.

Thanks so much for stopping by,
Connie

10 comments:

kathi17 said...

Such a pretty and cheerful card Connie. It would bring a smile to anyone receiving it. I love that Spellbinders frame, your coloring, and that beautiful background paper you mounted it all on!

Linda Carson said...

Lovely card!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Gorgeous card Connie. Love the pretty image. The sponging around the edges looks great. Pretty rectangle die!

Susan (rainy) said...

This is gorgeous, Connie. Love the way you shaded around the rectangle. Wish we could have a few warm days here in the Northwest. Goodness we've had such a cold and wet June.

Susan R. Opel said...

Hi, Connie!

Thanks for your sweet comment on my Paul Bunyan blog yesterday. I'm glad it brought you some wonderful memories!

Susan R. Opel
Creative Editor, Paper Crafts magazine

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Oh my word, another stunning card!! Girl, you are on a roll here with nothing but gorgeous cards!! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

Cheryl said...

This card is beautiful! Fab dp, and I love the ink sponged inside the die, around that pretty image!

Leslie Miller said...

Pretty, pretty stamp! Love how your sponging gives the image a glow.

Debby said...

that die is beautiful ,lovely image and card!!!

Sarah said...

Beautiful work!