Instead, let me whine (if you will indulge me) about the fact that we need SHORTER seasons all around. Why cant' we have six, or even eight seasons? FIVE, even, if only to shorten the boring, boring, BORING days of sitting and staring at the blinding WHITE landscape in front of me.
COLOR. I NEED some COLOR.
I made this--
Well, I stamped. I die cut. I used my foam adhesive and liquid glue and twine AND sequins.
I mention what I DID use, because I have been staring at this card and sort of alibiing for the fact that I didn't do any matting for any of my layers. Did you notice that lack of cardstock behind my layers?
The more I look at it, the more I think I was crazy to worry about it. I think there is a lightness that happens without the matts. I think my
I actually used stamps that have never seen ink on this card, and they're stamps from some of my oldest sets! I was really pleased to finally find a way to use them.
So, after winter comes the season called Whitus Interruptus. Mark it in your calendar. Somewhere around February 15 until the first flowers of spring. Lots of lemons and all your bright colored clothing, and every happy colored thing you own hauled out and put on display. And, of COURSE, cards to friends.
What do you think? Up for more seasons?
This one is going into the Lawnscaping 100th Birthday Challenge!
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