Hello friends, visitors, followers and viewers.
We survived the storm. We still have electricity...no trees fell during the wind. We are just blessed and thankful. I know that some people did have some damage from the storm that came through. No lives were lost in our area but there are reports of this happening towards the west of us.
The walk through my paper garden is about to come to an end for this week. I'm sharing a card today and will make one more for tomorrow.
The one for today has a background made with distress crayons. I started with scribbles of crayon and smooth it out with my fingers in some areas and a "damp" baby wipe in other areas. The baby wipe was one that had almost dried but still had enough wetness to smooth the crayon on the paper. If you use a really wet wipe, it will take the crayon away. Ranger has numbered the containers for the Distress Crayons. I used #1 and #2 for this project.
From the national day calendar.com...NATIONAL OLD STUFF DAY
Always observed on March 2nd, National Old Stuff Day is a day to give notice to all that old stuff and try something new. Well, maybe not ALL the old stuff, but some of it. It’s a day to break out of the old routines and try something new.
Something old on this project is Tonic Studio's "Sweet Melia" die and Hero Arts " Hello" stamp & cuts die. The newness on this card is the coloring with Ranger's Distress Crayons:
Views of the "hello" card.
The Distress Crayons and Liquid Pearls
Die Cutting Machine
Thanks for viewing with me today. If you want one more day of walking through the paper flower garden, then come back tomorrow.
Sending you a hug and LOVE,