How incredible is that?
This card is from Ann Cardile. She is a friend of mine from Texas. She is a fabulous stamper and makes being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator her full-time job. It really pays off for her, too. She has won trips every year that she has been a demonstrator. She is one unique individual.
I count myself very, very lucky to know Ann. I still can't believe she sent me a card! It's really fun to get a card in the mail.
What Ann used: (as far as I can tell anyway)
Stamps: By the Seashore and _____ with the "Life is a matter of moments" - do we still have this one? can't find it and could use help if you know what it is; Ink - Early Espresso, Pumpkin Pie, More Mustard, Soft Suede, and Lucky Limeade (but that's just a guess); Big Shot; Elegant Lines Embossing Folder, Top Note Biz Die; Card stock - More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie and Whisper White; Punch - Scallop Oval.
Fun, fun, fun. After all, a gal can't survive on bills alone, can she? No, she cannot! A card every once in a while is a wonderful relief.
Today, I had one of those days at work where I watched the clock inch S-L-O-W-L-Y by. When I worked at a tool factory -- ever so long ago -- I would get super bored and call the number for time constantly to make sure the clock was correct. Every once in a while, I would get to move the minute hand up a tad because maybe (and I mean a great big MAYBE) it had slowed down . . . but that was very rarely because it was usually on time. (Sigh)
Those were the old days all right.
These days, I'm kept busy at work. I don't know what it was about today. Just one of those days . . .
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Let's hope tomorrow is NOT one of those days again ~~ thanks for stopping by. Happy Stampin' and Scrappin'!