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I love to think of nature
as an unlimited broadcasting station,
through which God speaks to us every hour,
if we will only tune in.

~George Washington Carver

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Live Life

What a gorgeous weekend we had!  This card is truly a testament for the first weekend of spring to get outside and enjoy!  I thoroughly enjoyed a warm spring Saturday evening with my sons at the soccer park watching the Carolina Railhawks play the MLS New England Revolution in a friendly preseason match.  Seeing as how the Revolution are my favorite MLS team, not even my cold would have kept me away.  I even got to meet one of my favorite players on the team, Shalrie Joseph and got a picture with him.  And, the evening culminated with the Revolution winning 2-1.  I probably should be more supportive of the Railhawks seeing as how we live down the street from their stadium.  Yet, I must confess, it is cheaper to stay home and watch MLS and Premier League on TV.  And, I can craft at the same time!

Dazzling Challenges:
ColorThrowdown - #84 Color Challenge
Sketches By Tamara  - #111 Sketch Challenge

Stamps:  Digital stamp - Paper Lanterns by Squigglefly.  Live Life by Inkadinkadoo (I think).
Paper:  Sky blue and black cardstock.  Tangerine vellum.  Aqua Mulberry textured paper.
Ink:  Staz On Black.  Gel pens for lanterns to make them shine.
Extras:  Black rick rack ribbon.  Teal brads. Mosaic cuttlebug emboss folder.  Decorative scissors for black bottom border.


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GREAT card!!! Love those paper lanterns and that sentiment! Thanks for playing the Throwdown!


This is so cool! I love how you hung the lanterns! Thanks for playing the Throwdown with us!


What a gorgeous shade of blue...fabulous card :)

Jessica T

Wow I don't think I could handle that colour challenge but you make it look easy! Love what you did with tamara's sketch this week, thanks for playing with us xx

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