Like I said in yesterday's post today's post was going to be late. This morning was bad everything that could go wrong did. Woke up at 6 to get ready for my eye doctor appointment to check my contact lenses. While I was getting my contacts in I heard my parents saying the less than three year old refrigerator broke. All of all frozen food was throwing (bone broth, berries, eggnog, coconut water, etc.) Luckily, we have another refrigerator so we saved as much as we could and put it the other one. After all that, we kept calling the eye doctor because the roads were bad and wanted to make sure they were open. They finally opened at 30 minutes before the appointment but we got it moved to hour and half later. After that, I noticed lost my contact in my bad eye. Looked for a half hour couldn't find it canceled the appointment and ordered a new one. Half hour later I found the stupid contact lens got the appointment back. Went to it, found out I need a newer prescription and a better fitting lens. So next week I am getting a new set and will be back there in two weeks for another contact exam. $300 and one irritated dog later the refrigerator is fixed.
Now onto the promised cards.
When I saw this sketch from Sketch~N~Scrap I knew I wanted to do it. It is such a simple design it was easy to translate it in layers.
Supplies: cardstock (The Paper Studio), pattern paper (Webster's Pages), doily (Doodlebug), sequins (?), rub-on (Studio Calico came from their kit club), tag (Elle's Studio), diecut (American Crafts), and enamel dots (My Mind's Eye), punches (EK Success and We R Memory Keepers)
I have been in the mode lately to finish off
This card sketch is from Scrapping Everyday Miracles.
Supplies: cardstock (The Paper Studio), patten paper (Crate Paper and Close to my Heart), doily (Doodlebug), tags (Elle's Studio), diecuts (My Mind's Eye), journaling card (Project Life), sequins (Hazel & Ruby) and staple.
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