Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Putting it all back together

The craft room mini-makeover is getting there - not quite done yet! The paint is on the walls - I was going to show you the color online, but it looks nothing like the color on the walls! It is a silvery blue color - not as bright as SU Bashful Blue, but a bit more saturated than Soft Sky. I am planning on some cream and chocolate accents, and making the room more "family" friendly since it is the room that we usually use for school! I think things are going to be a bit more difficult this year because Lily is 19 months old and wants to be right in the middle of everything, and if you tell her "no" she throws herself on the floor and SCREAMS! Ahh, toddlers ... they are so much fun!! I promise I will take pictures when things are finished! It may be the best decorated room in my house!!

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Onto some crafty goodness!
I needed a sympathy card last week. This came together so quickly - although I think I was a bit heavy handed with my sponging!! I have just been loving this leafy tree stamp lately!! I am using it for everything!

Hope that all is going well for you and yours! I think we are finally over all the germs in this house - the black cloud is lifting! We are having awesome weather ... it has cooled down, and we should be outside more, but we are busy in the craft room!! Oh-well!!

Details: Stamps by A Muse, inks by SU, Momento, ribbon by May Arts.

6 comments:

Michelle Clark said...

I love this Tisha! I never had cards like that when I need them. Thanks for the inspiration!

Tracy said...

This is perfect--I was actually tempted to post on Addicts for sympathy card ideas--it seems like you can never think of anything when you need it. Tracy

Heather said...

Lovely card, Tisha!

I'm looking forward to seeing your room! I need all the ideas I can get! *wink*

Dana said...

This is so pretty!! I left you a little something on my blog...Thanks again for sharing!

JulieHRR said...

This is a beautiful sympathy design, Tisha! Trees are always so serene, comforting, and even encouraging--very symbolic and meaningful, at least, to me anyway.

Geeta said...

this is a great design. I will have to CASE it for sure!