Friday, May 22, 2015

Multitasking On A Friday!

Hello Friends, Followers and Viewers,
A aah... Friday is finally here.  Three or maybe four days off for some "me" time.  That is for all who are still working. While you are working doing whatever you do, can you multitask?  I can usually multitask ...From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia...Human multitasking is the apparent performance by an individual of handling more than one task, or activity, at the same time.  When you think of typing on the keyboard to a computer while talking on the telephone...that is multitasking.  When you think of card-making and doing house cleaning at the same time that is or could be multitasking until something goes wrong. It went wrong this morning.    I've made mistakes on top of mistakes trying to get some cards finish that I apparently started on Thursday while trying to do some other things around the house. They were trashed and I finished the house work and started over with the cards:
Hello, Enjoy Your Special Day
Enabler's List: pink and white cardstock with Recollection pattern paper and dimensional stickers. Petaloo textured elements (flowers), Technique: Piece of card stock 5 1/4"  by 8"  scored at 2" and 4". Fold the card stock in half at the 4" and cut to the score line 3/8" from the bottom and 1 7/8" from the bottom. I added pattern paper to the left side and the cut-out on the bottom. Another piece of cardstock 4 1/4" by 5 1/2" was cut for a base which was adhere to the right side of the top piece.The inside was decorated according to my desire.  

The Journey
(a graduation card)
Enabler's List: pink and white cardstock with pattern paper from American Crafts paper pad (amy tangerine); Studio G stamps with Sharpie markers used for coloring. Technique: Piece of card stock 5 1/4"  by 8"  scored at 2" and 4". Fold the card stock in half at the 4" and cut to the score line 3/8" from the bottom and 1 7/8" from the bottom. I added pattern paper to the  sides and the cut-out on the bottom. Another piece of cardstock 4 1/4" by 5 1/2" was cut for a base which was adhere to the right side of the top piece.The inside was decorated according to my desire.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Hope your weekend is fantastic.  Try some multitasking and see if everything goes as planned.
Sending you a hug and LOVE,
Lois


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