Tuesday, July 10, 2012

I've been thinking a lot recently about how much easier it is to have a store! Since I have had the pleasure of owning 2 (one in Alaska and one here in Port Huron) I definitely can remember what it felt like to jump out of bed in the morning and realize I had "x" amount of time to galvanize the kids, myself, lunches, showers, assignments, rides to school, etc. to accomplish before I could unlock "forget-me-not Paper Arts" back door.  Now...especially since it is summer...I strolled down here with a cup of coffee before 8am.  (not that galvanized!)  My one son doesn't live in the house and my other one is snoring gently (pretty sure) upstairs.

You'd think working from home would be easier!  But a store leaves you no choices but to get your job done!  Go to work, panic, sweat, freak, race home, panic, sweat, freak, run back to the store for classes, panic, sweat, freak...you get the idea.

I believe I sauntered this morning....I'm even typing s..l..o..w.....


     Sun (Wavy Rays)/204G/Stampscapes
     Babbling Brook/183G/Stampscapes
     Rocky Peaks/188F/Stampscapes
     Water Pattern (sm)/231C/Stampscapes
     Leaf Sprig/183G/Stampscapes
     Pumice Stone Tim H or Slate/Adirondack
     Stormy Sky/Tim Holtz Distress Ink
     Mountain Rose/Adirondack
     Moonlight White/Brilliance Pigment
         Archival Ink
    Bazzill Metallics/Charlie/12-1212
    Pink Paislee/soiree/00604
    Glossy Cardstock
    Good White Cardstock
    Diamond Bling/Bazzill Basics/18-1004
    ”timmy”-Tim Holtz Alcohol Ink Applicator
    felt covers for “timmy”
    Embossing Tool                                   
    Clear embossing powder
    Die-namics Skyline Border
        By www.mftstamps.com
    Frost white Colorbox ink refill
    Q-tips both regular and pointy

Card: 4 ¼”x 5 ½ “              
1st Mat (Coral): 4” x 5 ¼”  
2nd Mat (brown):  3” x 4 ¼”  
Top Mat (stamped): 2⅞ ” x 4 ⅛”

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