more echoes...

I got a very late start today. Lots of freezing rain this morning delayed school for 2 hours which meant I had every kid in the neighborhood running around my house this morning. This was supposed to be one of my kid free days, didn't work out that way though. Even before I got the kiddos off to school I was on the phone with my upline who is at Leadership for Stampin' Up!, getting all the up to the moment details about the new Spring/Summer catalog. All I can say about that is that I can barely wait to get my copy into my hot little hands, my mastercard is going to be smokin'. Well probably just steaming a little bit until I manage to make some money but you know what I mean right?

Well since I was thinking new catty, why not use Echoes of Kindness (yes, again) to do todays sketch challenge over on SplitCoastStampers. Nothing fancy on this one. Both backgrounds are designer paper from the Bella Rose collection. The two main images are both sponged with chocolate chip classic ink and the flower is watercolored with riding hood red and kiwi kiss classic ink using an aquapainter.
What I used:
Echoes of Kindness stamp set
Chocolate Chip, Riding Hood Red, Kraft card stock
Bella Rose designer paper
Black Stazon, Chocolate Chip, Riding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss classic stamp pad
kiwi kiss satin ribbon
aquapainter, sponge


Soozie4Him said…
Debi, now I realize you're not at Leadership, but you got a call from your upline! I wanted to compliment you on ALL your cards, and I esp love the Echoes of Kindness ones! I got the Rooster, so I'm eagerly awaiting 1/19 when I can order EOK!! I also wanted to congratulate you on the adoption of your little girl - she is a lovely little girl, and I can tell that she is as lovely on the inside as she is on the outside! Thanks for posting your family picture - what a beautiful family you have! And I know that you know that the Lord has blessed you! Our girls are all grown (in their 20's) and we have a granddaughter who is 10 months old and SHE has a sibling on the way in July! It was hard having our kids grow up and move out, but we're blessed that they're all less than an hour away, and we're all still very close. Praise God! God bless you and your family! I also loved reading your goals for the new year!

Susan, aka Soozie4Him on SCS
Stacy Morgan said…
Very pretty Debi! So so so glad to see you back into the groove again. I don't see much orange on ehre though... lol

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