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Hi! A simple card share for you today, but first, a word from our sponsors.
Researchers certainly don't, as there is no cure.
Whatever it is, it has hit rather hard, with the usual aching, feverish ickiness, and the amount of discomfort and fatigue is too overwhelming to even sit here for long. I've never shared this on-line, and seldom with friends, so I'm kind of embarrassed because I don't want to come off as a whiner.
But the real whining is that I'm just too tired to visit blogs and type a comment in response to your beautiful artwork which always reflects a portion of your heart to my feasting eyes.
Back to our regularly scheduled program:
It took a while to create this little card, and several days to write the post because of the fatigue. (smile). Actually, I wanted to do the resist technique, and none of my attempts came out right, so I probably was not thinking clearly enough to do it LOL
When you are not feeling yourself, do you also have trouble doing the simplest of things?
stamping the silhouette on Cloud Nine Velvet Glitter from Sparkle N Sprinkle.
The partial image is also from an amazing new Nature set at Sparkle N Sprinkle simply labeled "Silhouettes".
It is on sale until the end of the month - $11.89 for the entire set of 4 images and and 5 versatile, dear sentiments.
The card was made for a recent swap in the Florida Stampers Yahoo Group. My swap partner this month is Lis, a professional maker of beautiful hand-made papers.
Cloud Nine Velvet Glitter from Sparkle N Sprinkle
"Silhouettes" stamp set from Sparkle N Sprinkle
Copic Markers from SNS (they also have a club to purchase a few monthly and receive a free storage container)
Swan Wing Tinsel Glitter from SNS
Sparkle Embossing Powder from SNS
Spellbinders Decorative Labels 8 and regular Labels 8, and Fancy Tags Two
SU scallop oval
Brad, hand cut flower from dryer sheet
Ink: Pink Sherbet, Cloudy Blue, Staz-on Ultramarine
Cardstock: White, Navy, Pink
Thanks for stopping by - I look forward to trying to make the rounds as soon as I can.