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Good morning, Friends :)

I feel compelled to fall to my knees and pray this morning.   Hubby started working again on Monday.   They headed to Vail quite early on Monday morning and by mid-day, he was sick.   He keeps calling and asking if I would be upset if he came home.   Upset?  Uhhhh…well, considering he has not sick pay, yeah.    Am I going to forbid him from coming home…no.    He doesn’t look at the BIG picture.     I am praying now that he wakes up feeling better this morning.

Today’s Sketch Challenge appears to be pretty simple.   Well, you know, I had to make it hard… lol.   I loved the simplicity, though!

 butterfly-specimen-birthday.jpg

The butterflies are run through the cuttlebug with the same folder as the base and the top mat.   There is acetate under the top layer, but it is hard to see in pictures.

 butterfly-specimen-birthday-closeup.jpg

Here are my deets:

Stamps: Artful Inkables‘ basic sentiments

Colors: PTI White, PTI Terra Cotta, Bashful Blue, Buckaroo Blue, acetate

Ink: Versafine Black Onyx

Accessories: Ribbon, hole punch,  embossing folder, MS royal butterfly punch, 1/2 pearls, dimensionals

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Thanks so much for stopping by!   I hope you have a blessed day!

Hugs,

Holly

6 Responses to “~ Feeling A Little Sketchy ~”

  1. on 10 Feb 2010 at 08:38Marisa

    Have always loved how you make those recessed windows. Wonderful use of the sketch. Will pray hubby feels better soon!

  2. on 10 Feb 2010 at 13:18Christi

    This is gorgeous!!!

  3. on 10 Feb 2010 at 20:04Lisa

    This is very fairy-tale like! Love it.

  4. on 11 Feb 2010 at 01:04notimetostamp

    LOVE your take on this sketch — totally COOL!!! Hope DH is better and can get back to work soon!!! Prayers going up for you all!!!

  5. on 13 Feb 2010 at 08:09Kim P

    This is fantastic! You know, I do not own a piece of acetate…have never used it…what is wrong with me???

  6. on 14 Feb 2010 at 20:26JenMarie

    How beautiful!

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