Feel Better Soon.

Hello my loves.

We're half way through the week and as busy as I have been (even on weekends) I would love to just spend an entire day (or two - let's be honest, lol) just doing nothing!  Maybe lounge by the pool with Giovanni and hubby, or go walk around in the mall for absolutely no reason... even go to the beach.  I hope we make plans to do something soon because all work and no play makes me lose my mojo!!  lol.

I am excited about today's card for a couple of reasons, but the main one being that I FINALLY COLORED FUR!!!  lol

I have had this Milton & Co stamp by Wild Rose Studio for several weeks now, but with all the busyness life brings, I had not been able to color it.  I also was a little intimidated to color it because I had never colored fur before.  He's just so cute and fuzzy and cuddly and I didn't want to ruin it by coloring it the wrong color or wrong way.  I am glad that I did though, because I do love the outcome and I expect to get tons more WRS stamps in the future.  Aren't they so adorable??  I'm so glad I found these.

I wanted to make it seem as if Milton was holding a butterfly balloon and a teddy bear.

If you are interested in purchasing their stamps or other products from them, just visit http://www.wildrosestudio.co.uk/.

I hope you have a blessed day and take care; and don't forget to check below for the list of supplies used.

x0, Damaris

* Wild Rose Studio: Milton & Co - "Milton With Teddy"
* Copic markers
* Copic X-Press It paper
* Distress Ink - Walnut
* K&Co Watercolor Bouquet paper pad
* Vintage lace trim
* 2CreativeChics.com pearl spray
* MBsTreasurista Lavendar trim
* Stampin' Up Oval punches
* Sizzix Circles die
* Wild Orchid Crafts flowers
* KarlaS001 flatback pearls
* Butterflies I received in a swap with Connie.
* Recollections cardstock
* Fiskars "All Year Greetings" clear stamps

1 comment

Scrappy Pink Corner said...

You did a really nice job on the fur look. He is adorable. Love the placement of all the embellishments.

Hope you have a better week with no work and lots of play time. Enjoy life, it is too short and when you least expect it, it slips from right under neath your finger tips. Keep on creating.