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I’m a little sad today. FAVOURITE kind of weather! I LIVE for cold, rainy Sundays! The thing better than cold rainy Sunday’s are cold SNOWY Sundays! I hear you cry! I’ve a booth at an all-day outdoor trade fair! Yup, it has been sunny and smokin’ hot here for EVER and the main one day we have 13 degrees and rain is your day I’m sitting in a field selling animal-themed cards.
Oh, well – it’s as fun as you make it, right? I’ll have my mini-me in the booth beside me, trying to sell her hand-made dog leashes to those who come across. Fingers crossed. I actually want to buy to be nice more on her behalf than for me! Whatever happens happens. I’m still heading to have a smile on my face. I DID have lots of fun this week creating my cards. I REALLY LIKE the last two!
They are all made using the Animal Outing stamp collection. The first one uses Tropical Chic designer paper, the next three used the coordinating Animal Expedition developer paper. What’s SO great about the pet Expedition DSP is that you can use the coordinating Framelits to cut out a few of the animals, as I hear did. From the February Paper Pumpkin kit Going back two credit cards I used leftover pieces. I LOVE the big just, bold letters. Such clean, simple credit cards. Less IS more Sometimes! 7:15 and we have to leave in just over one hour so I’m going to dig out my jeans (ugh) and flannel shirt (double ugh) and begin loading up the automobile.
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