Don't you just love it when you wake up on your day off and your mojo is screaming to be used?
The pianist at church had a birthday this week, and last weekend I saw this card on Pinterest, and knew it was just the card for Martha! I wound up using the same paper collection which I had used for a mini album that I made for her wedding in 2011. I really loved the original, but here's my take on it, and am so pleased that I already intend to make a couple more:
I had a few challenges, but figured out the best way to do the keyboard was to create a file on my Silhouette.
I had intended to make some roses using my McGill punches, but wound up using a cluster from Prima.
I don't have a butterfly punch that I wanted, so I had to improvise. I was about to cut one out with the Silhouette, but decided instead to look for a stamp. (Insert groan here thinking about dragging all my stamps out to look for just the right one). But then I remembered that I'd decided to take a picture of all my stamps and put them in a folder on dropbox, so I picked up my kindle, took a quick look, and had just the stamp I wanted in less than a minute! For those of you that don't know what dropbox is, it's a cloud storage
for files and photos. If you are interested and sign up using this link,
we both get free storage: http://db.tt/Ja2OshBS I found out about it when I lost some digi pages due to a computer issue. If you want to take a peek at my stamp album, https://www.dropbox.com/sc/58nmcf3jym4xh54/k_ oVKjsX4w and let me know if you are able to look at my other pictures from that link. Test the security of it if you will.