Buster came home Monday at noon. He was still groggy from the anesthesia but never fell asleep until about nighttime. Me on the other hand had to take a nap in the afternoon. I was exhausted because I only had four hours of sleep and was worried about Buster. He is just has two vet visits this week to flush out the ears and then the stitches are being removed in 13 days. I am sure if Buster could count he would be doing a countdown so he wear the e-collar.
Today, I am going to share a card I made for the current challenge for the monthly challenge my friend Kelly co-hosts.Also, I am entering it into the handwriting challenge on the Moxie Fab World's blog. The challenge is to use a quote. When I saw this quote on Pinterest I knew I had to use it on my mom's Mother's Day card. Follow me in Pinterest to see my latest inspiration.
Here is the card.
Supplies: cardstock: (The Paper Studio), pattern paper (Fancy Pants Designs and Crate Paper), twine (Timeless Twine), stickers (Jillibean Soup, American Crafts, Lily Bee Designs, Studio Calico and (?), sewing templates (American Crafts), doily (DoodleBug Designs), sequins (Hobby Lobby), and punches (EK Success)
I am sure my mom is going to get a little teary eye when she reads this. I am good with that as long it is not me doing the watery eye bit. Tears and my eyes don't mix. In other words if I do my eyes will be stinging for the rest of the day.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope I got you thinking about your Mother's Day cards that need to be made.