Thursday, October 24, 2013

Leftover Tea

Most of these cards were made with leftover scraps from the teacup I made the day after mom died.  So I think they are simply gorgeous!  Simple, sweet...and enhanced with so much glitter!!!



Now, if this card doesn't get to to singing that 70s hit...or was it 60s?  I can't remember!


I'm old enough these days to understand that my entire life has been about creating the person I am today.  Fortunately, I have no complaints!  And I'm lucky as I have no regrets!


So, I used to think this saying was so true.  But not any more.  When one downsizes, that means they downsize their shoes as well!  No more heels - everything is flat.  No more shoes that sparkle and shine, everything is about comfort these days.  If you get a blister on your toe, it's time to increase the size!  LOL!!!


My neighbors grow roses and I am so blessed that I can look across the street and see all their beauty....and I didn't have to lift a finger!  I think they should have a tea party in their garden next spring.  Am I allowed to invite myself?


When I first looked at this card, it made me feel happy.  Thus the title.  Isn't it great when something just gives you that feeling?


A sheet of paper so gorgeous....made this card so easy!  Found the paper at the Stamp House here in town.



Nothing but scraps and leftovers.  So many people toss them.  I just make cards with mine!




I have been so busy this week trying to catch up from the estate sale.  A second sale coming up this weekend and I'll be there working.  Hope you can make it!!!

3 comments:

Pam said...

I just love the cards that you have created. So beautiful. Wish I was in CO to take fun in some of your activities but alas, Nashville is just too far away. Good luck with all your adventures. You have so beautiful things. Love the "Art Heals" as well.

Pam said...

I just love the cards that you have created. So beautiful. Wish I was in CO to take fun in some of your activities but alas, Nashville is just too far away. Good luck with all your adventures. You have so beautiful things. Love the "Art Heals" as well.

J Lowe said...

Thanks Pam, come visit any time! :o)