Monday, December 26, 2011
It went down something like this: "Grandma, do you have chicken and noodles instead of beef and noodles. I like chicken a whole lot better." "Eww...are there mushrooms in this?" "I'm not eating that, it tastes gross!" "Where are the mashed potatoes? You can't have Christmas without mashed potatoes!" We had to eat in shifts this year because we've purely outgrown my mother-in-law's house. Since I was in Phase 2 of the schedule, I had to chuckle when I heard many remarks from little to big as I sat waiting for my turn to eat the yummy food...and it was seriously yummy, in my opinion.
Showcasing today a quick tag I made for a last minute gift that came together pretty quickly with the help of the texture challenge at Lawnscaping Challenge and the colors from ColourQ.
The snowman features a coat of flocking, glossy nose and eyes, and real twigs for arms. His scarf is donned with glossy beads and he is nestled among some burlap and woodgrain embossed paper. The tag is tied with silk ribbon and burlap string to the bag.
I hope you all had a great holiday!
Cardstock: (White) Office Max, (Chocolate Chip) SU
Stamp: (Frosty Friends) Lawn Fawn
Ink: (Java) Momento, (Vintage Photo Distress) Ranger
Fiber: (Natural Burlap String, Burlap, Silk Ribbon) May Arts
Other: (White and Black Enamel Accents, Glossy Accents) Ranger, (Markers) Copic, (Brad) Making Memories, (Flocking), (Twigs)
Tools: (Labels Four Nestabilities) Spellbinders