Saturday, December 5, 2009

Beacon of Hope

Back safely from my quick trip to Atlanta. Got up this morning and made "camping breakfast". That's what my family calls it because we usually make a big hearty breakfast when we go camping. I hate frying bacon at home because it's so messy but this morning I got up and fried bacon, cooked potatoes, fried eggs, and had some banana bread that I baked last week. Great to have a Saturday morning to hang out together now that marching band season is over.


I colored this Thomas Kinkade image on the plane ride to Atlanta and made a quick card with it using some scraps of stuff that was lying on my craft table last night.




PROJECT SUPPLIES:
Stamps:
-Victorian Light (Thomas Kinkade)
-senitment from Beacon of Light set (Scene it)
Paper:
-Prism Paper
-SS white
-Basic Grey patterned paper
Ink:
-Memento Tuxedo Black by Tsukineko
-copic markers
Other:
-Nestabiltiies by Spellbinder
-buttons


I hope you are having a terrific weekend and that you find some time to relax and spend time with those you love!



1 comment:

Laura O'Donnell said...

Sometimes I cook bacon in the oven. Its less work and it gets really crispy if you spread it out on a rack. But then the inside of the oven is trashed vs the cooktop. Bacon is always messy.

Card is beautiful!