Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Too busy to stamp...

I'm sorry to say that is me at the moment - We had parent/teacher interviews last night and when you leave the school after being there for over 12 hours you pretty much just want to crash.....so...

I'm posting a springy card I created a couple of years ago and still have in my stamping room because I just can't part with it yet. I believe at the time the challenge was paper tole - so all of the little pieces are three layers "deep". We've been in the midst of cold temperatures and snow (March did come in like a lamb for us) so it will be a little while before the flowers are blooming in the yards. It will come - just have to be patient!

This is my favorite day at school so I know when I get home this afternoon I'll be pumped and ready to meet some challenges.

Have a fantastic day and thanks for stopping by.

10 comments:

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

yep. i would have held onto this card too. it's beautiful. i love that you turned the flower pots upside down! very pretty!

Alex said...

this is gogeous Joan, I can see why you kept it!! Hang in there girl, I hope you have time to stamp soon :-)

*STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Cheryl said...

This is a wonderful card. No wonder you held on to it. I hope you get some crafting time this afternoon.

Maria Matter said...

this is beautiful Joan! you should just frame and keep it on the wall! This is ARTWORK!!!
blessings, Maria

Denise (peanutbee) said...

Ohhhhhhh, I love paper tole. This is BEAUTIFUL!

Marlene said...

A teacher's work is never done, huh?

GORGEOUS card, however! Simply gorgeous!

Deb Neerman said...

WoWzA, this is just gorgeous, Joan! Love that soft color palette and those fabulous images!!

HappyCrafter said...

I can see why you couldn't part with it, what a lovely piece! i feel inspired to try doing a card with different segments like that!

Joseline said...

Great card Joan!! I love how you popped everything and the colors you use are fantastic!! It would be hard for me to part with this card as well.

ribenaruby said...

Thanks for stopping by, love this garden card, fab!