Good Morning Everyone. I hope you had a great weekend. For me, we had a wonderful surprise, well it wasn't a real surprise, because we knew they were coming but my oldest son and his family were here from Tennessee Saturday. He and his wife are going on a cruise so the girls will be staying with my ex-husband while they are gone. We had dinner with them on Saturday along with my youngest son's family. It was really nice to get everyone together. We hope to be able to do something with the girls this week. Last week we were setting record high tempetures, this week we will be setting records lows...go figure! It goes from 95 last week to the high 40's this week so we probably won't be doing much outside.
Today's card is just a quickie gift card holder for my husband's son's birthday. The image is a freebie from Dustin Pike that was colored with Prisma pencils and OMS then layered onto a rectangle/scallop Nestibility. The background was embossed with Cuttlebug Spots and Dots embossing folder. The sentiment is computer generated using Boopee font and cut with a rectangle/scallop Nestibility. I added a ribbon knot and some balloons that were cut with Cuttlebug Birthday die set that craft yarn was attached to.
That's all I have today, I hope to be back tomorrow but with our grandaughters here, I won't have much time for crafting or blogging. Thanks for stopping by, enjoy your day...Stay warm!
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