Friday, March 11, 2011

Wishing You Rainbows and Sunshine

If you happen to be landing here looking for the post from Papertrey Radio, you are in luck.  You can get to it straight from here.  Thanks for looking!

Well, I am off . . . on a race around the world.  Ok, in my dreams I would be running the Amazing Race.  In reality, I am starting a two and a half week journey that begins and ends with love.  Literally.

My husband's best friend is getting married tomorrow.  YEAH!!  So, we are traveling for a couple of days for that.  As soon as we get home (like 10 hours later), we are flying off to sunny California.  So, I am literally wishing you Sunshine (ummm . . . and Rainbows).  I know my family is excited for our vacation.  This is the first time we are taking the kids on a trip like this.  Your prayers would be GREATLY appreciated.  Oh, and then we return home we wait 3 days and then return to the same city we travel to today.  Yes, a complete circle.  My husband's brother is getting married.  WOO-WHOO! What are the odd's!!  Two weddings to be in.  The same month.  The same city.  And we are lucky enough to get to travel for both.  (there was maybe a very small hint of sarcasm in that)

I leave you with this fun card of circles . . . are you catching the theme?  I will catch you on the flip side, in the middle, or sometime again.

Stamps: Up Up and Away (Papertrey Ink); Let it Shine (Verve)
Paper: Stampers Select, Harvest Gold (Papertrey Ink)
Other: DMC Floss, Noir Ink (Pallette); Copics


Leigh Ann Baird said...

This is freaking awesome! Have a fun and safe trip and may your kids be well behaved! LOL

Jen Carter said...

This is wonderful!! LOVE what you did with the floss!! So cute and creative!

Dana said...

This is beautiful!

Janelle said...

Great card. Love the stitching! And the symbolism. Prayers for safe travels are with you... and lots of good family time.

Anne said...

I wanted you to know that with your help I think I finally have a system that will work for my stamps, dies, etc. I listened to you on PTI radio and then went to the link about creating these books. It was a daunting task to catalog the stamps (because I have so many, mostly PTI) but now I can keep up with it when I order. Thanks you for sharing this valuable info. Hope you had a great trip and look forward to your next blog entry.

Geny (Mommy Geny) said...

Fabulous card Leann!!!