Tuesday, November 29, 2016
I liked the DCWV card stack-a-holic challenge sketch so much that I used it for four cards, three different occasions. The Linen Closet Stack is full of wonderful patterns and colors, half of them glittered. I ended up taking the stack apart, so I could spread them out to mix and match all the beautiful combinations. I added a button and twine from my stash and a fussy-cut flower from a scrap of the same stack. The card shown uses a stamp by Technique Tuesday. You can be sure I will be back to play with these papers again soon.
PaperCrafter's Corner's Magazine Monday and DCWV Stack-a-holic challenges are my favorites. Both have wonderful inspiration. I saw the long thin photo mats on DCWV's sketch and long thin ladies on the Harper's Bazaar magazine cover. I have just the photos I've been waiting to scrap that fits "long thin!" But not the cute kids or party themes this time. . . before and after x-rays!
Let me explain my title. I do believe in angels, but doubt they are tiny little things that can inhabit our bodies. Still, when I saw the before x-ray, it sure looked like a little angel holding my deformed spine together, right where I
There was so much story I wanted to record, I decided to put it on paper strips rather than using designer paper. The words were cut on the Cricut. The paper is from DCWV's Confetti and Metallic stacks. I thought those stars were the perfect celestial backdrop for my "angel." Can you see it? :o)
As much as I'm still hurting 8 months out, I am very thankful to God and for modern medicine that was able to fix this before it gave way and paralyzed me! I "think" I'd do it again.