Monday, June 9, 2008

Another Hot one here in PA - and sharing a layout and hybrid card

Yepp, it's a another hot one here in PA - it's in the mid-90's with a hot breeze blowing. The kids and I are hiding indoors although we did spend a little time earlier today sitting out in front of the house in the shade before retreating back inside. Today's my last day off and it's back to work tomorrow for me. Blah!
I managed to get a few things done this weekend - a hybrid card for the 52 card pick up workshop at the Sweet Shop and a layout about my father-in-law and his Hillbilly buddies. The hybrid card was inspired by a stamping site and was created almost entirely in PSE, printed and then the bow and "snaps" applied. I'm working on the tutorial with screenshots and look to have it posted here later this week. It really was fairly easy to do although the instructions written out seem a little long. I also did a coordinating envelope for the baby card and both are now safely stored in my designated card box.

Credits: Traci Reed's Sweet On You kit
Scallop element by Ksharonk designs
Font: 2Peas Shenanigans

Credits: Be Amused by Sara
Single frame by Penny Springmann
White Frame cluster by Welli Designs
Arrow (covered with Be Amused paper) by Mirranda Reinhardt
Font: Hiccips
That's about it for today. I need to go load the dishwasher and then maybe sneak in a cat nap. LOL


SarahB said...

That card is just adorable and your layout looks great too!

Victoria said...

I heard they closed schools because of the heat. Yikes! It is around 95 in Georgia, too.

The card is so cute and the layout is great, too!

Stay cool and I hope you got that cat nap! :)

Char said...

Awesome card - totally awesome! Thanks for sharing the pic - I look forward to your tutorial too.

Thanks for visiting my site today, btw!

Tammy said...

Oh my gosh!!!! That is so cute!! It's hot here in Florida too, which I am use to, but we haven't had any rain since April 9th. We could use some.

Michelle said...

The onsie card is so cute! I really love your lo's too. They are so happy and colorful!