Some days I wish I had six sets of arms. More hours in the day would be better and less of a wardrobe problem. In the meantime the piles of stamps, papers, and embellies get higher. There's just so much good stuff out there. Will it never end?
One of the piles is sheets of card stock with digi stamps. I figured if I printed them out I get to them sooner. That's the pile I picked to play with for now.
I purchased a couple Mo Manning images because they remind me of my daughter. While she doesn't look like this girl she acts just like her. Ask our pets. They're constantly being lugged around by her. The fact that our dog weighs over 30 pounds has not deterred her. The fact that the cat doesn't like being held hasn't deterred her either. Ah, isn't love grand?
Here's the deets:
stamp - Mo Manning "Girl and Dog"
ink - hp printer; Ranger "Orange Marmalade", "Peeled Paint" and "Antique Linen" on edges
paper - Stampin' Up "Certainly Celery" cs; the Paper Cut "Pink Lemonade" and Basic Grey "Sugar Rush" dp
miscellaneous - copics; ribbon; dog charm; dew drops; Spellbinder's Labels eight
Here's the challenges:
Bronte and Bella's (Mo Manning) #139 - At the Park
Tuesday Throwdown #102 - Critters
Totally Papercrafts - It's Raining Cats and Dogs
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