May 12, 2016

Throw Back Thursday


Hello! You will need to forgive me for being among the missing this week. Late Friday night, I was struck with the evil stomach bug and am continuing to fight with it still, not exactly the bug, but the aftermath of feeling extremely tired and blah. I also would like to take a minute to shout out to my fellow nurses, Happy Nurse’s Week! You all ROCK!

I have to say, I am so excited, today my pre-order from Stampin’ Up! arrives! I have been waiting since Tuesday at 4:30am EST when I placed my order and it’s finally going to arrive! Being able to pre-order is an awesome perk of being a demonstrator but this wait is killing me! I almost think it’s worse than suffering through the stomach bug, ok, well maybe not that bad…..at least I can pick my head up lol. Anyhoo, if you are a follower on my FB page, I plan to open the box live on FB so I can share the excitement. And if you’re not a FB follower, why not? No really, get over there and click like and join the fun! www.facebook.com/snsfromtheheart The live stream will be near as I can tell around 10pm EST as I do need to attend a Nurse's Week celebration this evening, but as soon as I get home, that box is getting opened, so join the fun and excitement!

Ok, for today, I did want to share a little Throw Back Thursday with you all. This card uses the retiring Sea Street stamp set along with already retired DSP from 2014.
 

Supplies:

Sea Street Stamp Set

Suite Sayings Stamp Set

Whisper White CS

Night of Navy CS

Cherry Cobbler CS

Night of Navy Ink

Cherry Cobbler Ink

Retired DSP

Decorative Label Punch

 

I hope you have enjoyed today’s card and I hope to be back soon with some fresh ideas from my pre-order to help get you creating!

Happy Stamping,

 

Katrina

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