Well, I don't know about you, but I'd much rather be stamping (or eating chocolate!) than watching the Superbowl. Football seems to be a top priority across the nation. Loads of food are being served to an audience glued to the TV. In fact, a few nights ago the cream cheese case at Walmart only held a few dozen containers of the fat-free variety. I assume that lot of people will be eating way too much cream cheese tonight in the form of Buffalo Chicken Dip or maybe veggie pizza.. If people put as much priority on worshipping God as they do football, our world would be a different place.
My friend Linda's grandson, Nick, has been released from the hospital. In fact, he will be able to return to school tomorrow. The pediatricians said it's a miracle that Nick survived. Because of what's happened Nick is no longer allowed to play sports. This news has been incredibly difficult for Nick to deal with because he's played ice hockey since he's been four years old. So he and his family are still in need of prayer as they adjust to a different lifestyle.
Onto the card... I got the inspiration for this card from Sharon Field. I made this card to give to my two co-hostesses as part of their 'thank-you' gift for having a workshop with me.
Stamps: Tiny Tags
Paper: whisper white, real red, red glimmer paper
Ink: real red
Accessories: full heart punch, medium jewelry tag punch, Big Shot, vintage wallpaper textured embossing folder, white organza ribbon, linen thread, 1/16" circle punch, dimensionals
These cards came together quite fast. I really didn't have time to make more than two yesterday, but I think I'll put some together while watching the game. I might even mail one to Randy's office and stuff it with a bunch of small hearts!