Thursday, June 23, 2011

Anyone Need More Time in a Day?!?

Good afternoon, my friends!  I need more time.  Yes, more time, like more hours in a day.  And I know that most of you would like that as well.  I need to MAKE time to craft but when I do that I feel guilty for not doing the things I should be doing around the house.  It is a syndrome I know we all, as women, face from time to time but time for ME makes ME a happier person to be around.  I know the house will wait and I am the only one who can make the guilty feeling go away.  I have a number of projects on the go that I want to finish before the end of this month, some I have to and others that can actually wait.  Maybe tonight after work.....

Today is the birthday of one of our good friends and last night I realized I did not have a card for him (or any other "manly" cards) in my stash at all.  So, I shamelessly cased an idea from my friend, Tara at Homemade Happiness that I had been wanting to try.  Truthfully, not extremely happy with the result but I ran out guessed it....time....before I actually had to sleep. 

I used my new Sew Easy for the first time on this card.  It made the stitching pretty fast but not as fast as I would have liked.  Maybe it just takes more practice.  All paper is from my scraps as that is the point of this project :)  The stamp is from Delta Rubber Stampede and coloured with my Copics to match the card. 

This card is now off to its new owner and I am off to work.  Thanks for stopping by today.  Hope to see you again soon.  Just a reminder before you leave, make sure you visit on July 1st (Canada Day) for the blog hop for chances to win some great prizes and see the amazingly talented ladies we have participating.

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

1 comment:

  1. What do you mean you are not happy with it? I love it! I totally forgot how fast these cards go together....I need to make some quick cards...I may need to go back to this idea lol


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