Friday, June 8, 2012

Things to Do!

I've been quite busy today with things to do and asses to kick... well, not really that last one, but a girl can dream, can't she?  Anyway, nothing new from me today, crafting-wise.  For some new news I can tell you that I am feeling much better than I have been in many days.  I haven't been sick, but I have had this horrific chest pain.  At first I chalked it up to New Mexico burning down and rudely sending their smoke our way, but then the skies cleared up but my chest didn't.

I toodled off to the doctor and he said my lungs were awesome but maybe my heart was to blame.  Well, wait a minute, doc, do we have to be so extreme?  Couldn't it be some pulled muscle thing?  He said sure and gave me a drug but also set me up with an appointment with the heart clinic.  Just wait until I can prove I have a heart!  That will shock many of you, I'm sure.  That happens Monday.  Meanwhile, the muscle drugs have been doing their thing and shh... I don't want to say it too loud, but my chest hasn't hurt much today either!

This is a fancy card I made quite awhile ago in a fancy card class taught by a woman who is notorious for making fancy layered cards.  I enjoyed the class but I'm not so sure that fancy layered cardmaking rubbed off on me much.  Oh well!

The Fine Print: Oh, I don't really know.  I know there were a lot of dies involved in the making of this card and some punches too. I'd like to give credit where credit is due, but I'm not sure. I know the white die is Spellbinders and I suspect the butterfly is Martha.  It's Friday, why are sweating the details?!

4 comments:

Georgiana said...

Very pretty card! Love how you layered the die-cuts.

Stay Creative,
Georgiana
Carson's Creations

May said...

Love the layered feel to the card.. great colour combo.. Have a Happy weekend.. Hugs May x x

Wanda G (stampcat) said...

Very nice! Nice layout and a beautiful card! I'm glad you're feeling a bit better. I'm procrastinating and blog surfing but I should be stamping! Happy weekend Princess Judy!

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

It's very pretty and feminine and, er, dare I say it? Fancy! xxx