Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Joy & Wonder!

Happy Tuesday to ya! My son is doing better, but the Tamiflu makes you nauseous, so he has been struggling in that arena. We do have some anti-nausea meds for him and that is helping. Yesterday was beautiful in N. FL before the 90 degree weather finally set in. It was in the 70's and we get some of the ocean breeze, so it was awesome! The humidity seems to be waning, so that always makes it much better. Today's high is only supposed to be 83 and tonight it is supposed to get to the 60's - yay!!

Anywho, on to my card. This is one of PTI's new sets Tree Trimming Trio.
This set comes with 3 different trees and many different ways to embellish them. I stamped the sentiment on Kraft - it is from the Holiday Wishes Set. The background dots were stamped in Vintage Cream on Kraft - they are from Polka Dot Basics II set. The tree was stamped in Ripe Avocado on Vintage Cream cardstock. I added Pure Poppy buttons with some linen thread (SU) tied through them and a star stamped in Dark Chocolate. The tree border was punched from Ripe Avocado and a new punch from EK Success - love their punches; they cut like 'buttah'! I added some Dark Chocolate Cardstock and Pure Poppy ribbon to finish off this card. This card measures 4.25 x 4.25.

I am trying to get a leg up on my holiday cards, but am adding this one to my Etsy store. Be sure to check back later this week - I have some more cards from the Tree Trimming Trio set to show you!

Joy & Wonder Supplies: Stamps - Tree Trimming Trio, Polka Dots Basics II & Holiday Wishes (PTI); Ink - Ripe Avocado, Dark Chocolate, Vintage Cream (all PTI); Paper - Pure Poppy, Kraft, Ripe Avocado, Vintage Cream, Dark Chocolate; Accessories - Pure Poppy buttons (PTI), linen thread (SU), Circle punches (SU), Pure Poppy Ribbon (PTI), Tree Border punch (EK Success)

Thanks for stopping by! ~Tori

1 comment:

Patti J said...

Tori, I love your holiday card! I need to check out your Etsy store soon. So sorry that your little guy has been ill. Hope he gets this behind him very soon, and the rest of the family stays well. Take care!