I am seriously climbing the walls these days. Just when I think both my daughters can go back to school, my younger one proves me wrong. She has a cold…I think. And the flu. And she had an allergic reaction.
The flu is coming out two different places.
I’ve been trying to go grocery shopping for two days and it has yet to happen. My shelves are bare. Today isn’t looking good anymore, either.
And I’m going cray-cray.
Please Lord, make this week less painful, somehow. There’s no school Friday again, which means a long weekend. And, the phone call I just got from Panago with the $5 credit on our account doesn’t count. Nice surprise, though!
It must be because we haven’t ordered from Panago in months. I love their sauces. Especially the jalapeño ranch sauce. Yum.
I haven’t scrapped in months, either.
Just kidding. It’s been a week exactly. I’m going through withdrawals. I want to play so badly!!!
The last project I created was the card below, which was the result of scrap lifting a card over at SG.
Good times. It’s a fond memory now.
I wanted to have these cards- which are technically supposed to be invitations- completed by tomorrow. Six of them.
Obviously they’ve not gotten done. Neither are my valentine’s. See them here. Oh, I hope I’ll get time soon. Playing at night isn’t really doing it for me lately. I just want to do it during the day.
So, what did I use on the card above?
Close to My Heart products, of course. The houndstooth stamp along the bottom of the patterned paper border is a background stamp. I used bits of scrap Seaside patterned paper and Peacock cardstock. With a few cuts from my cricut, I added a hexa background and skull die cut, for a homespun twist on Monster High.
If you didn’t see it at first, don’t worry. I cut the skull to appease my children, who are hell bent on a MH themed birthday, but I’m not crazy about the idea.
The cute little bow is a puffy sticker, also CTMH. It also comes in two shades of pink and silver. I’m slightly in love with them.
Reality beckons. I wish my poor child would stop coughing. She’s going to hack out those lungs yet, I’m sure.