Friday, April 18, 2008

Acrylic WT162 challenge


The Thursday ways to use it challenge on SCS WT162 was to use Acrylic on your creation. I used the Acrylic stamp set from PaperTrey Inc called Women of Life and Acrylic 1" Page Pebbles. I love to use this layout because the Page Pebbles look so grand displayed this way.
Here is a link to a previous swap card PTI round 3 that I have made using the same layout.

Round 6 PTI swap has started over on SCS please take this link to get signed up. If you are not a SCS member please email me and I can send you the details.

My Sister is coming over to stamp today, I am so excited! I have a couple projects lined up and my stamp space cleaned and organized and can't wait to get started. Today also happens to be the 14th year of our Mother's passing, she is so profoundly missed to this day. However, her life on earth was difficult at best and her earthly body could not take anymore strain or stress. Now as her grave marker states, "As the bird free of its cage seeks the heights so the christian soul in death flies home to God". My Sister gave her some music to listen to in the hospital and this became Her favorite song that gave her comfort in the end, "Spirit Wings", this link will take you to the song on youtube.


One last thing for today, Ozzy is off the island. Whaaaaaaaaaaaa! Think he would have taken the advice from James (you know the one who left holding two immunity idols) at least someone has learned from past mistakes.

Happy Stamp Day!

3 comments:

Carla said...

Gorgeous card, Sara! And your mom is beautiful! It's so tough losing a parent :-(

Shannon Wyman said...

I agree with Carla... and your creations are really wonderful Sara!

You had asked my for instructions on the purse I made back in March... it is a tutorial a found while blog surfing actually! Here is the link for you ;)
http://leslierich.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/2007/07/30/ruby-tuesday-stellas-tote-n-tutorial/

Enjoy, and thanks for stopping by my blog!

Wanda. said...

Your card is WONDERFUL!! And the words on your mother's marker brought tears to my eyes.