Frantic Friday

Here I am, looking like woman who can't decide which craft she wants to settle on. I start today with a card made from the new Hanna Stamps set, Spring Time. The paper is from Cloud Nine and you'll find some flowers, pearl bling, velvet ribbon, corner punches and copics used here.
This is a real life story for me, whatever I plant in the yard the rabbits come to eat. I guess I should be thankful it's not the coyotes that stop by to get a bite to eat. It makes me miss my old neighborhood as I had a neighbor who had a collection of guns in his home and I always wanted him to shoot at the varmints for me. He wouldn't do it, though. Something about firearms laws in the city.....The government reguates everything fun. :) Then I took an example from noted stamper Becky Oehlers, who found some adorable Martha Stewart kitchen towels and stamped on them. I had to track down a K Mart to get these, but the price was right. I think I got 4 towels for $6.99. I'll have to check the receipt though as none of the items at K Mart had prices on them. If they took some of the mystery out of shopping, maybe they'd get more business? I used the Best Blossoms set from Stampin UP and used Certainly Celery, Ballet Blue, Real Red, and Apricot Appeal. I just love their stamp names ( almost as much fun as OPI nail polish colors).

Then I dredged out another old Stampin Up set, On Angel's Wings and stamped with Stazon Ink on a tumbled tile from Lowe's. It would look better colored in, but I don't want to ruin the water resistance that it currently has. The tile and towel are gifts, but I can't say for who, as she stops by the blog on occasion.
Happy Friday. We got more snow last night so I am just staying home and staying warm with my crafts today.


Auntie said...

That bunny card is so cute! I would have never thought to do something like that!

Great lunch!!! Thanks for sharing it with me!

Janine said...

Wow.. what wonderful projects. I love the towel... Very pretty..

Amy & Joan said...

I love the coaster. It's beautiful.