If you didn't get a chance to check out the Stamptacular Sunday Challenge you have all week to participate. So make sure you check it out.
My card for today is for the Weekend Sketch Challenge that Beate does each week. I loved the simplicity of the sketch that you can view on Laurie's blog HERE.
This card has NO stampin whatsoever. I felt like my rub ons have been very neglected, so I used them instead of a stamp. I love the color combo of pink and kraft. Very simple card to do and I used some leftover pieces from other cards that didn't work out. LOVE THAT!
Recipe: Paper: Retired SU DP, White, Kraft Other: Flowers from Joann's, Making Memories brad, various ribbon by Offray (walmart), Buttons from the Paper Studio, Scallop Edge punch, MS Lace border punch, embroidery floss, A Perfect Day rub ons (SU), glue dots, paper piercer, Inksentials white gelpen
UPDATED: I have been wanting to share this story for a few weeks now and keep forgetting. Since it's an "egg story" this is the perfect place to share.
When my mom moved in with us we had this conversation:
Me: "Hey Mom, we buy farm fresh eggs. So sometimes you may find an egg that has a little bit of dirt on it, ok?"
Mom: "Uh, Nikki, I don't think that's dirt."
Me: "Uh, what, huh? OOHHH(lightbulb!).....EEWWWWW!!!"
Sometimes "IGNORANCE REALLY IS BLISS:)"
Now onto the Easter pictures:
Easter Egg coloring made my kids a bit crazy this year
And the craziness just continued on into Easter Day:)
The great news is that they got along better than they have in about 3 weeks. Spring Break was really good at rejuvenating all of us.
This is a picture of a boy who wants to be just like his dad. They have relatively matching FD sweatshirts. Dalton followed his dad around all day...helping to cut grass and then blow the grass clippings off the driveway. We did get a chance to play a little bball when all the yard work was done.
Hope you have a fun day!