When we arrived at the classroom it looked like a monkey had moved things in the classroom. The room was supposed to have the furniture moved to where I had asked to have it moved on the map I made and posted on the board in the classroom and left with the custodian. However our custodian was transferred over the summer and we had substitutes until a REAL custodian could be found! So like I said, monkeys put my room together for me. It took Patti, the kids and I almost an hour to get the furniture where it needed to be. Then we could start to take things out and make it look like a classroom.
They did an incredible job in 3 1/2 hours.
This is the first time I've ever used this medallion stamp. I used my in-color markers and colored the image then put paper over it and rubbed. I like how this turned out and will be trying other things with it in the future.
This was the second card I made for the color challenge today. I love the softness of the teal and the cocoa on the vanilla cardstock. I used markers to color the tree then huffed on it and stamped. I like how soft the teal looks on this card. I always think of teal being a bold color, but I love this soft look here.
I like the idea of this peek-a-boo card. I used vanilla cardstock and punched out a square. Behind the square is a large and small flower cut out with a bit of stickles on the small flower. I love the look of the wide vanilla ribbon on this.
Well, we talked about school, monkeys, my assistant Patti, and I showed you my cards today. Not much let to tell you other than it's nap time, I mean bedtime. Everyone else in the house is asleep. I need to sleep so I can go clothes shopping with a certain young lady named Sarah tomorrow early in the morning.
Take care and thank you for stopping by today.
May the Lord Bless you and Keep you.