Saturday, June 30, 2018


Hi blogging friends.  Have been super busy with completely redoing our living room over
the past few weeks.  So many decisions.  New carpet was installed on Thursday and
furniture to arrive on Monday.  Can't wait to put up all the new decorations and
things to put on my new tables.  But, will be glad when it is all done and we
can just sit and enjoy it.  We are getting too old for all this!!!!!!

This is a card I made for Father's day for my husband.  We became very
interested in Wolves about 20 years ago and used our vacation time to
travel to different states where they had captive wolf packs.  They are
awesome animals.

Here is my card

This is an old stamp from a company that is no longer in business (Arizona Stamps 2)
I colored with Copics and sponged the background with distress inks. Left the card 
simple so the magnificent wolves were the stars!

Thanks for popping in today.  Have a nice Sunday.


Sue said...

Hi Sue, As you said it will all be worth it when it's done and you can sit and enjoy it.

Loving the card.

Hope you have a nice day. Sue

Donna Ellis said...

Wow! How gorgeously colored your wolf scene is, Sue! It's something that should be framed and hung! Really captures the feel of the sky and the life of a pack. Your husband must have enjoyed it immensely. Can hardly wait to see photos of your new living room. It's always fun planning the renovations, and even shopping for the new items, but not so fun during the actual reno. I'm so happy for you! hugs, de

cuilliesocks said...

What a marvellous image Sue and a gorgeous card, fabulous colouring and design. Kate x

cotnob said...

A fabulous card Sue, a gorgeous image - perfect for your husband.
It will be lovely when your room is completed and you can sit and enjoy it - you must share some photographs.
Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob

Patti J said...

This is gorgeous! Love your beautiful background! I hear you about the remodel. After everything else this month, we've bought a house 'in town' after being out of the city limits for the past 32+ years. We have to get the new home ready, (paint, carpet, etc.) and move in, then get this one ready to sell! And me in the shape I'm in? Should be fun! Or something... Hugs to you - post pictures!!!