When Hurricane Sandy hit last fall, we lost a huge tree in our backyard.
The majority of the tree got cut up and distributed to our neighbors for firewood. The stump got plopped back into the hole, landing a bit askew, and this spring I added some dirt and some plants from here and there and it's not looking too terribly bad now.
|(just ignore the wash line running through the photo)|
Back to blog business..........
Based on this week's sketch:
Here's my Mojo Monday Challenge #301 Card.
Tiddly Inks colored with colored pencils and blended with gamsol ; the sentiment is from CTMH; the background paper with all the passport stamps is actually the flip side of this:
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Word Art Wednesday Challenge #87 - Anything Goes
Stampotique Designers Challenge #107 - Recycle It
Paper Crafting Journey Challenge - Anything but a Square Card
Cute Card Thursday Challenge #276 - Stars and/or Stripes
Wags n Whiskers Challenge # 107- Cute as a Button
Seema Crafts Challenge - Holiday/Vacation
Make It Monday Challenge #148 - Always Anything Goes with Milk Coffee Stamps
Love to Scrap! Challenge #9 - Anything Goes
Digi Makeover Challenge #96 - Anything Goes
Through the Craft Room Door July 9th Challenge - Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly Challenge - Old, New, Borrowed or Blue (The turquoise and striped papers are old scraps I found tucked in a basket; the bakers twine is new; you might say I borrowed the image; and the flip side of the BG paper is blue)
Loves Rubber Stamps Challenge #60 - Use a hoarded item (the recycled background)
Natalie's and Amy's Challenge #11 - Trash to Treasure
Freshly Brewed Designs July Month Long Prize Challenge - Take a Vacation
Designed to Color Challenge 15 - A Recipe with Simply Betty Stamps