Saturday, March 14, 2015

Same Card Different Colors....

Good morning and happy weekend to you!
I have been loving this spool cut from Silhouette again! I had previously used it and kind of "rediscovered" it in my stash of cuts. 
I love how simply changing the colors of a card, changes the entire look of it! I went for bright and happy in today's color scheme.  My flower was cut using Papertrey Ink dies and given a water color wash.  The leaves are cut using the Silhouette and given a generous amount of lime green glitter.  I once again added an SRM sticker for my sentiment. 
Here is a little recap of the cards I have made so far using this cut.  
You can click on the following if you would like to revisit these posts.  
1. Denim
2. vintage pink
3. Bright orange
4. Today's card.  :)

*****And just a quick update on my tooth situation!  I had the back molar removed and the experience was way more traumatic than I thought it would be. Novocain kept wearing off, and instead of having two roots, like most normal people, I had four.  Yep, a total over achiever! HA!  I was in fairly bad shape on Thursday, but I am feeling much better today.  (Thank goodness!)  I go back next week to have the stitches removed.  


Karen Letchworth said...

Poor girl! I don't like going to the dentist. I hope you've forgotten the whole ordeal by now. Crafting therapy is always helpful. At the risk of sounding awful, I'm going to admit that I always opt for the "happy gas" at the dentist simply because of the other stuff wearing off. The nitrous oxide (happy gas) goes on your nose, makes you feel wonderful, and as soon as they take off the nose, it's GONE! NO lasting affect which is wonderful. I got through a root canal with it. Hoping that you are feeling better. I LOVE this die-cut and just might need to buy it. You've inspired me again.

Diane said...

Sorry to hear about your tooth problem. I just went through this same thing last week. Not fun!
Hope the whole episode is in the past quickly! Just love your posts!

Sharon-The OKI StampQueen said...

Understand the dentist dilemma. I found a dentist who gives me an rx for halcion--I take it 1 hour before my visit, have someone drive me, but---I am aware of what is going on and can communicate --still need novacain, but I do not feel the pain/pressure as much nor do I care! Come home nad have a good nap or night's sleep! I can't get in the dentist chair without out-but it lets them get done what needs to be done! Wish I had found this years--and thousands of dollars of damage ago...! HTH