Hello Everyone ~ Wait until you see my Colorful Seasons Sunset by Stampin’ Up creation today!
Well yesterday was a long day. I left Jess’ at 9:30 am and did not get to New Bern until 6:30. There was a major accident on 95 in Virginia before you enter into North Carolina. They shut down 95 South and were directing everyone onto 301. It took me 2 hours to go 2 miles. Once I was on 301 it was slow going as all the 18 Wheelers were also on it. We had to go about 7 miles which took a long time also. Needless to say I was very tired and had to unload the car. After I got the car unloaded I picked up Bijou. She was glad to see me. She was very tired and spent the evening sleeping in the chair next to me. I went to bed early as I had to get up early to take the car in to be serviced. Later in the morning Barb and I are headed to Jacksonville and the cabinet maker. I have several appointments that I need to make for this week. Top priority is to get car insurance and start studying for my license test.
Today I have a perfect card for someone who might be a little stressed ~ like me right now. I used the Colorful Seasons stamp set and created a sunset by sponging ink on the base of my panel. I used Daffodil Delight, Mango Medley, and Rich Razzleberry for the sunset. I chose the colors by looking at sunset pictures online. After I had the color sponged on, I used the branch stem and Early Espresso to add the branch in the upper right hand corner. I then used Blushing Bride ink to add the flowers to the branch. I used some of the retired Rich Razzleberry velvet ribbon to add a strip and bow down the left hand side of the panel. I added this panel to a Rich Razzleberry card base. Here is the completed Colorful Seasons Sunset by Stampin’ Up creation.
inside of card and envelope
Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation
Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you. I will be prepping for Hurricane Florence also. I have some water but need to get some other items. Have a Marvelous Monday and give the Colorful Seasons Sunset by Stampin’ Up a try with your own colors for a sunset.