Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Do You Believe?

It is Wednesday, Wednesday my friends, followers and viewers.  The middle of the week is here as well as the middle of the month.  Two months before Halloween.  Three months before Thanksgiving.  Four months before Christmas.

 What do you believe?  What do you believe in?  Who do you believe in?  Do you believe in ghosts and goblins?  Do you believe that turkeys do gobble?  How about Santa Claus, his elves and the Tooth Fairy, you  believe they exist don't you?  How about what R Kelly sung about: "I believe I can fly.  I believe I can touch the sky.  I think about it every night and day.  Spread my wings and fly away".  Do you believe that most things are possible if you focus and work hard to make things happen in your life?  If you believe the best things in life are free - what are the best things?   You believe in death and taxes don't you?  Do people who believe in God believe in other things they've read about, but have never seen?   This is the last one...Do you even know why you believe all the things you have been taught to believe.

Here is the card that goes with my post today:
 

Supplies used: white, pink and gray Recollection cardstock. Card base cut at 4 1/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches with all the mats cut 1/8 inches smaller than the base and the mat before it.
Remember Monday's post where I told you to keep your eyes open for the remainder of "Sunshine's distressed paper.  Here it is used as the top mat layer.  On top of her water colored paper in which she used Ken Oliver's color burst powders (Ultramarine blue, Lemon yellow and Alizarin Crimson  with water in spritz bottles) is a die cut in pale blue of Sizzix thinlits mix media by Tim Holtz.  There are four Marvy die cut butterflies placed along various spots on the die cut.  The  word "believe" was die cut using Sizzix Holiday Words Script again from Tim Holtz.  The inside of the card supplies are: pink, gray and white paper with a Marvy butterfly on the corner.

Believe I made this card because I really did.  Accept (something) as true.

Sending you a hug and LOVE,
Lois
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