Thursday, October 8, 2009

Beautiful Buck

It's Thursday! Took warm Cinnamon buns with me this morning when I went to get the kids on the bus today. They loved them. Meg has a sore throat again, just went through a round of antibiotics for a sore throat and it's back. Yuck, have a feeling it's going to be a long winter. Did my cards at stamp club last night. Had a newby and two gals that haven't been there for awhile came, so it was nice to see them. Today I spent the day trying to reorganize the stamp room. I'm almost there, got a lot accomplished today. Refilled some Copic markers for the first time. It was quick and easy, had heard horror stories. The horror story is the cost! These are some expensive markers! If anyone had told me when I first started to stamp that I would pay $6.49 for a marker I probably would have stayed with decorative painting. Today's card is the other card I did in my class I took at my local stamp store (the Michelle Zindorf style of stamping).
I don't know the stamp credits, sorry. I love this style and plan to do more. Hope you had a great Thursday. Until tomorrow....................


Debbie Pamment said...

This is beautiful Sue - love the feel of this card - wild yet serene!

Hope your Winter isn't tooooo long for you and you manage to keep most of the colds at bay!


Lori said...

Beautiful! Love the flourish, is that a die cut?

Hope Meg is feeling better. We've all had colds already, not looking forward to months of being all closed in together. LOL!

Took my first class this week. Had a blast! I need to post the cards on my blog but work has been hectic!

Debra James said...

This is absolutly stunning. My first look when i saw the card was WOW The effect is like looking at a real scene in the forest, Love iT, Hugs Debra

froebelsternchen said...

this is stunning!
I love this card!
OMG this is fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

lg Susi

Chaotic Kristi said...

this is just lovely... looks like the Zindorf class really paid off... absolutely lovely. I believe the stamps are from SU. Looks like one of the new sets I have been drooling over... :-)