Sunday, February 10, 2008

Forever, For Always, & No Matter What!

I have been extremely busy the past week with all different projects for church and individuals and work. And it will continue so until after the BIG day, Febraury 19th. I was also out of commisssion for about three days or so from some kind of virus flu. I still cough up quite a storm but I have been telling people that I sound much worse than I actually am. Well, with that all said, this might just be the last post until the Naturalization Interview is over and done with and that's less than nine days away.

Here's a quick card I did for my hubby for our tenth anniversary that is coming up in March. I saw this stamp image on Dina's blog and just fell in love with it. So, I had to get me one. Here's what I came up with in a jiffy before I got kinda sickly.

I stamped the image, from Heart & Soul, on watercolour paper with black Memories ink pad. Then I splitzed the paper with water and coloured in with watercolour crayons. Mounted that on designer paper from Basic Gray which I hardly use. Stamped sentiment, also by Heart & Soul, with the same ink and finished it off with two vintage brads.

Well, Folks, that's it for now. I don't know if I'll get a chance to post between now and Febraury 19th. But I do have a small Pass It Forward (PIF) blog candy that will have to wait until after that date. Please stay tuned!


Amber Porter said...

Love this card! That image is awesome!!! Good luck with your interview!

suzann said...

That card is so cool. I love that stamp! Your husband better appreciate your creative talent!

Hope you feel better as you approach The Day!

Get Well and Good Luck!!!

Kim Marie said...

What a blessing to get a card so full of love! You husband must have loved it!

You are almost to the finish line! Do not grow weary!:) All God's blessings on your exciting day!!
Kim Marie

Suzanne said...

HI Manna what a beautiful stamp.. this card is lovely. Good luck with your interview... Does this mean you will become an American Citizen? Sue :o)

Tracy said...

This is lovely - so different! I love the way you have coloured it and the paper is beautiful!

LuLu said...

Love this card and the stamp. Going to see if they ship to the UK now. You guys get such better choices in stamps than we do - not fair she says, throwing her rattle out of the pram.

Good luck with the interview. Let us know all about it.


Anonymous said...

That's brilliant. Just in time to vote for Obama and see Bush out of the Presidency. -Talent

punknscrap said...

If Lulu thinks the UK is shocking for stamps, try NZ, even worse!

Great card Manna, I really like the subtle colouring.
The other Louise

Alexandra said...

Great card Manna! Good luck with your interview, I am sure you will be awesome! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Meda said...

Hi Manna, check my blog for a surprise, than pass it on.

LuLu said...

Hi Manna,

When you are back in the land of "blog" - I have tagged you ! ! Details are on my blog.

NattyK said...

What a lovely card. Good luck with the interview too. x

lyzzydee said...

Manna, As you are my partner I know you will be fine for your interview, the 19th is my birthday so its a lucky day!!!!
I have my fingers crossed and I'll say a prayer at church in the morning

Kim Marie said...

Hi Manna!
Just checking in! Trusting you are well and blessed today!
Kim Marie

Katie said...

Wonderful image, I love it. Good luck for tomorrow. You will walk it I've no doubt!


Kim Marie said...

How'd it go???
Kim Marie :)

JessicaLynn said...

I really love this card. What a great job!!

Come visit my blog,
Jessica Lynn


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