Thursday, February 16, 2012

Love You


Happy News....my Marine son arrived in Afghanistan safely. He said he would call me so I can hear his voice. Good son.

I Just love this little squirrel. I was thinking about using this sentiment and pictured this squirrel with his love....his acorn. Hee. See more inspiration on TAWS blog.

I used the following two sets on this card:

JIBBER JABBER



RECIPE:
STAMPS: Jibber Jabber, Crazy Critters (The Alley Way Stamps)
PAPER:Cottonball White (Clear Dollar Stamps)
INK:Memento Tuxedo Black, Lulu Lavender, Copics:E000, YRo2, YG41, Tim Holtz Distress Ink Walnut Stain
ACCESSORIES:Divine Twine, Wooden button, paper piercer, tape dimensional, Large round corner punch
TECHNIQUES:Collage, Paper Tole, Sponge

THANK YOU FOR VISITING. ENJOY YOUR DAY!

11 comments:

Rosemary said...

oh.. your card is just too cute, lisa!! so glad that your son made it safely to afghanistan... will pray for his safety while he is there!!!

Jay Gee said...

I love the way you have used the sentiment and that little squirrel's face is so funny :)

Annette said...

so glad to hear about your son..We will keep in our prayers. Your card is so awesome...I love how you did the sentiments...

*Alison* said...

I will keep him in my prayers.. I love the colors and how you did the sentiment too :) hugs

lostinpaper said...

Totally cute card Lisa! LOVE the little squirrel!
Glad to hear your son arrived safe & sound!

Karen said...

So happy your son is home safe....
great card...as always...

Lynette said...

Cute card! And great news about your son. That's awesome he'll be able to call you!

Jenny said...

Great news to hear he arrived safely.
Fabulous card , love the wordy bkgd :0)
Jenny x

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Cute cute. Glad he is there safely.

Anonymous said...

How did you accomplish the backwards love?? I can't find a good reverse image technique. Thanks!

Lisa Lara said...

I used this fun sentiment "love" from Jibber Jabber set by TAWS. I stamped it straight then turned my block to the right then stamped and repeated four times. Simple.

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