I’m absolutely loving some of the stamp sets that are now available in our Summer Mini! I couldn’t help myself, I bought quite a few of them, but still haven’t had a play with them all. Better get moving on that. Not today though….. why not you ask? I will tell you why. Not only is it my youngest girls birthday but this morning, while in Crazy Prices buying Candy Canes for the kids Christmas cards, I had Darcy on my hip standing stock still, not twisting or tuning or even moving, my back gave way and with me yelling in pain I ended up on my hands and knees with my kids around me asking me what happened, was I okay, can I get up??? Very good question. I had never experienced such excruciating pain like that before. Oh yes I have hurt my back before, while working, twisting and turning. But I have never hurt my back while doing absolutely nothing. This is a first for me. You know what though NOT ONE person in that whole shop came to my aid……..that’s right no one. My poor children didn’t know what to do. I bit my tongue, HARD, got up and dragged myself over to the counter, paid for the candy (yes I was toughin’ it, buying that candy), the lady at the register ignored my obvious pain, even tough my kids were asking 5000 questions if I was okay. I just couldn’t believe their ignorance. I think my kids were a little bewildered that I was ignored too. When I finally got to the car I rang my Hubby, he came to my aid straight away. He gave me some panadeine soluble, and in about twenty minutes I was fit enough to drive. Thank God. I have been at home doing nothing since. But enough about my miserable morning…..
- Stamp Set– Ocean Commotion
- Cardstock– Clear Acetate, Soft Sky, Whisper White and Blue Bayou
- Ink– Stazon White
- Accessories– Bashful Blue and Not Quite Navy markers, SAMJ and Glue Dots.
Very easy to do. I coloured in the rubber with the markers and then ‘huffed’ on the rubber to re moisten the rubber again and stamped straight away. I used Glue Dots to adhere the cardstock on the inside and outside. You can only see the dots on the back, but you can cover them with another piece of cardstock if you don’t want it show.