I stayed up past midnight last week creating a card for today. The next morning I was so mad because it just wasn’t good enough. I hate when I waste sleep time!! The following night I created this card. Kind of simple, but it worked for me. With my clean style, sometimes the Tim Holtz stamps are a little uncomfortable for me to use. I tried to keep it very basic. His stamps have that distressed, bed-head kind of look, so I hate to add much to it. I’ve never been able to achieve that bed-head look, cardwise or otherwise.
So someone TP’ed our house last week. I mean, we’re talking a professional job… toilet paper on the very tips of the highest trees. Do you know what my husband said? “I think it was your card-making groupies.” First of all, I’m embarrassed to even say that my husband called the people who read my blog “groupies”, but if you know him, it’s not a stretch. And secondly, hello??? maybe men blog-groupies have TP on the brain, but I can confidently say that anyone who reads my blog is not thinking about toilet paper. And third, since all women have absolutely NO free time, we can’t imagine burdening another woman with cleaning mushy TP up from the yard after a serious rain.
OK, anyway, here’s the video – enjoy!
SONG: Realize by Colbie Caillat
Is the video blocked in your country due to music rights? You can see an audio-swapped version here.
- Tim Holtz Weathered Textiles Stamp Set
- Tim Holtz Black Soot Distress Ink
- Stampin’ Up! Rough Type Alphabet
- Stampin’ Up! 1/2 inch Circle Punch
- Papertrey Ink White Cardstock
- Stampin’ Up! White Cardstock
- American Crafts Ribbon
- Stampin’ Up! Basic Black and Real Red Ink/Markers
- Stampin’ Up! Dimensionals
- Red Adhesive Rhinestones