Tuesday, November 9, 2010

gratitude day 8

Today’s gratitude: PBS and no commercials. We watched another network for one show and the advertisements were obnoxious. And they made the little man that way too. He wanted everything that flashed on the screen. So today, I am thankful for quality television shows that don’t have toy advertisements.

On a side note, we did start Christmas shopping for the little man and I am thankful for my creative hubby who cleverly hid our covert shopping purchases. :) It was fun! Up until now, the little man hasn’t really paid attention, or noticed. But this year he is getting wise to the games. Isn’t this what parenting is all about?!?! :)

you are my happy ending MFW damask

Moxie Fab World had a great challenge called, Diggin’ on Damask. I love damask images. Love. Love. Love. Almost as much as I love kraft cardstock. Yep, its that much. :)

I started this card by stamping the damask image in black ink onto wood paper. Love the contrast of the rustic wood and elegant damask. Then I sprayed over the entire piece with Glimmer Mist. It made the ink bleed a bit. But, I thought it looked like old fabric, soft and worn. The wood grain also still stands out.

you are my happy ending MFW damask CU

The card has been sitting and waiting and waiting to be finished. I just couldn’t cover up the unique background with ribbon or lace, or another shape. Then I saw this rub on in my stash. Perfect. And finished just in time for the deadline. :) Be sure and check out all the fun and trendy challenges, including eye candy at Moxie Fab World.

What are you thankful for today? And where is your best toy-hiding location? thanks for stopping by!

Supplies: Stamps-Technique Tuesday (Rococo), Ink-Memento (Tuxedo Black), Glimmer Mist-Tattered Angels (Turquoise), Wood paper-Real Wood (Creative Imaginations-Thick Maple), Rub on-(Cosmo Cricket)


Amanda L. said...

Thankful for a wonderful hubby that shows up at work out of the blue with Starbucks just when I needed it.....he can always read my mind!

craftymom205 said...

I am thankful for my creativity. Without it I wouldn't be able to make great gifts for family.

Angela Fehr said...

I am thankful for my community. I had the opportunity to interview two community activists yesterday and I am always so energized by people with a love for and enthusiasm about our area. Love getting together with others who share my ideals,whether papercrafting, art related, or community related.

Liz said...

I am simply thankful today for warm enough weather that I could get outside and plant the rest of my tulip and hyacinth bulbs. I will be able to look forward to seeing my flowers in the spring!

Christy Farneth-Kerr said...

I can completely sympathize with you commercials are driving me crazy as well Awesome card :)

DeniseLynn said...

I am thankful that my cousins son is now out of ICU and heading into the next phase of recovery. He has been moved to a special rehab center and will be working with people who specialize in helping with healing after serious head trauma. I am so thankful that Shanes memory is returning to him, that he can speak and hug his momma too. I am so grateful God has blessed this family beyond measure. {I pray this young man never forgets what God has done for him.}

whitneymaryann said...

Thankful for another beautiful and warm day outside and a productive day when inside.

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