Just getting back from the long weekend at Cultas Lake with the family. The sun was beaming hot and the water was just the right temperature. Not too cold and not too hot.
Although Stitch was not allowed in the Cultas Lake Waterpark, Stuart and I took him to the lake. Here is Stitch’s first swim lesson. Stitch was such a hoot! All four legs were just motoring when Stuart lifted him out of the water.
Not only that, every time we walk a few step, people were stopping us and admiring over Stitch. I think I counted about 20 stops. There were sure a lot of people at the lake this weekend.
After resting and cleaning up our gears, I had some time to create in my little room. Mainly I am creating a wedding card for my co-worker’s girlfriend. I hope she likes it.
I stamped the retired French Script in Going Gray ink on Shimmering White Cardstock. I applied the Baroque Motifs and sprinkled gold embossing powder on it. When I initially looked at the card, the gold took away the image, so I sponged the whole cardstock with So Saffron Ink randomly. The pretties flower were brayered in So Saffron Ink and tacked down with Blue Rhinestones. Applied pearls on the upper right.
Stamp Sets: Baroque Motifs, French Script BG (retired)
Papers: Shimmering White, Whisper White, Gold Metallic
Inks: So Saffron, Going Gray
Accessories: Pretties Kit, Rhinestones, Versamark, Gold Embossing Powder, Glue Dots