Thursday, August 10, 2017

Stampin' Up! Pop of Paradise

This Pop of Paradise stamp set is fun to work with.  There are eight stamps you can work with to create wonderful tropical cards.  Or perhaps you took a vacation where Flamingos could be seen.  You could use the stamps to accent your vacation in your scrapbook.

Pop of Paradise stamps 141578 wood mount or 141581 for clear (you'll need clear blocks)

Soft Sky card stock 131203

To make the Whisper White 100730 Oval I used Stitched Shapes Framelits 145372

I also used Whisper White for the leaves

Big Shot 143263

Flirty Flamingo ink 141397

Old Olive Ink 126953

I fussy cut the leaves and using Stampin' Dimensionals 104430 to raise the design off the card stock
  To order all of this and more head over to my page.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Lazy Days of Summer

I hope you're enjoying summer, wherever you are.  We are keeping cool inside.  There isn't much you can do outside when the temperatures reach the lower 100's.  

Napping, card making, reading, watching Netflix....these are what we indulge in during the afternoon.  Our AC's struggle to keep it 84 degrees in here...heaven help us if they stop working!

We've been pretty much staying in.  We did celebrate our anniversary with Jeni and Don.  Lovely meal at Kumori, a Japanese restaurant that Jim and I frequent.  We ladies brought food home but the gentlemen cleaned their plates...almost.  Jim had a banana and ice cream dessert and Jeni and I shared a 'sweet roll'.  Wrapped in rice was some mango and nutella with coconut.  I must say it wasn't as sweet as I expected, it was quite tasty and I'd order it again as long as I can share it.  It's a meal all by itself!

I assembled these cards yesterday from a Club Scrap Greetings to Go kit.  February 2016.  These kits come almost ready to assemble.  You do have to do some cutting and following the instructions you can just glue them together!

We had a visitor last night.  I believe it's a Coopers Hawk.  Not sure how long he'd been cooling his feet but he was there for at least ten minutes before a Northern Mockingbird chased him off.  Much nicer than the Javelinas or skunks that pass through.  I will miss the wildlife when we move across the street in November.  Of course, Retama has some pretty wild folks living over there!

All is right in our world!

Friday, July 28, 2017

Colorful Seasons from Stampin' Up!

Are you interested in card making but not sure where to begin?  It isn't difficult and cards can be made quite inexpensively.  With just a few supplies you can start making and sending your creations!

Colorful Seasons from Stampin' Up! has 24 photopolymer stamps that can be used year round!  You will need some clear blocks to mount the stamps.  I will show you what can be made with these stamps over my next few posts.

These two cards were made using note cards (5 x 3 1/2 inches).  Just simple stamping with whatever colors you choose

On the left I used Flirty Flamingo for the sentiment and flowers.  On the right Sweet Sugarplum.  The branch was done with Close to Cocoa on the left which is no longer available.  On the right is Chocolate Chip ink, which I think looks better.

There's plenty of room inside for a cheerful greeting, or quick note. Could even be used for a thank you or birthday card.  I used the Thinking of You stamp inside.

Supplies you'll need
Note Cards,20 cards and envelopes 131527
Colorful Seasons stamps 143726
Chocolate Chip Ink 126979
Flirty Flamingo Ink 141397
Sweet Sugarplum Ink 141395
Clear Blocks, complete set of 9, 118491

To order these items or any others you might want just head over to my site.  The process is easy.  

Any Questions?  Just let me know!

Friday, July 21, 2017

It's Official!

Summer is hot here in the Valley...103 yesterday.  Just after 1200 and it's 93 out there.

We've been keeping an eye on the pauraque down by the back gate.  She kept moving her nest...Last we say was in the middle of the drive last Saturday.  But she's gone now.  I can't imagine why any bird would want to lay eggs in direct sunlight.  I know that the one egg we saw looked just like the rocks she was sitting on.

Pauraque near fence by back gate

Jim has been painting, not a job he cares for, but the Clubhouse looks ever so much better.  It's a lighter color than the yellowish shade it was before.

He's now working on the North laundry and it's going to match the clubhouse

That's our rig, just wanted to show you how tall the Mexican Bird of Paradise is on the site next to us.  It apparently thrives in this weather.  As does the Esperanza

All of the palm trees here and at Retama have been trimmed.  Also all those on the frontage road.  I wonder how long it will take for them to look like palm trees again?  I'll let you know!'s official, we're working the winter season in guest services again.

All is right in our world

Monday, July 10, 2017

Stunning Sunrise

Our weekend was quiet...of course every day is pretty much quiet!  Not many folks are staying here.  A couple of rigs and I think two casitas.  Don and Jeni are the perfect hosts!  They don't bother us and we don't bother them.  You know, we older couples like our spouses and have gotten used to our routines.

Saturday and Sunday we had gorgeous sunrises.  There was a weather system that gave us clouds but very little rain.

This picture was taken Sunday morning and I couldn't believe how nice it was outside.  Around 0730 I went for a walk and the temperature was only 71.  By the time I'd walked a mile and returned home it was 76..and it continued to rise.  We're getting into the upper 90's most days.

Have you ever been plagued by ants?  We can't seem to get rid of them and I'm pretty sure we've had them off and on for a couple years.  I've found them in the wash machine, shower, our bed but mostly in our kitchen.

We ended yesterday by watching PBS and eating popcorn.  Today was laundry day for me.  I stripped the bed and dusted the bedroom.

All is right in our world

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Stamping Up!

Are you interested in making cards?  Don't know where to start?  How about a Kit?  Stampin' Up! has several to choose from.

Today I'm sharing Soft Sayings All Inclusive Card Kit.  You'll get everything you need to make 20 cards, two of each design.  You'll only need some liquid adhesive and perhaps some glue dots. 

Here's a couple I made yesterday.  The card on the left is 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.  On the right 3 1/2 x 5.  The other size card is 3 x 3.  A little stamping and gluing, that's all there is to it!  All of the envelopes have the colored flap

Check out this video to see how easy it can be to make your own cards then let me know if you're interested.

Soft Sayings Card Kit

As you saw in the video, the kit comes with 15 Soft Sayings stamps, Basic Grey ink spot, a clear block, all the card bases and envelopes, some washi tape and dimensional glue dots.  You'll need some liquid adhesive or a snail

Soft Sayings Card Kit 145466
Multi Purpose Liquid Glue 110755
SNAIL Adhesive 104332

If you can't live without this kit just head over to my website Linda's Page to place an order.

It also has a refill kit for future cards!

Let me know if I can be of any help

Thursday, July 6, 2017

How was your 4th of July? 

 Ours was quiet. Stayed home and enjoyed 'traditional ' food.  Jim had hotdogs and potato salad while I had a veggie burger and a cucumber tomato salad.  We both had beer and pretzels!  While we ate we watched Independence of our favorite movies.

Yesterday and today have been quiet.  We do our chores and play games...

Found out the crew taking care of the palm trees are just doing those.  They've done quite a few over in Retama and they look silly.  But driving around town I've seen others trimmed this way.  Apparently several years worth of fronds are cut off leaving just this years growth.

Bit of excitement today...we had to replace our sewer hose.  A trip to Wally world and we're good to go.  Also picked up paraphernalia so we can put our screen back on and leave the awning out.  This side of the rig gets the full sun all morning and I'm hoping this will keep us 'cooler' for a bit.  The AC comes on early and runs all day.

While fooling with this outside I discovered a hole in the ground...thought we had us a snake but apparently it's just a very big toad!

This was taken last Christmas Day on Padre Island...looks refreshing

All is right in our world

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Happy 4th of July!

I'm sorry I haven't been blogging.  Just isn't much to write about.  Last week was a hot one here and I understand it was hotter than normal for this time of year.  Make no mistake, it's still hot here. Temperatures have been in the upper 90's and by afternoon we pass the triple digits. But it isn't as bad as I thought it would be. There isn't much humidity to deal with during the day. Of course we spend  little time outdoors!  Jim gets his work done around noon.  Comes home, showers and then we enjoy each other's company while the temperature climbs.

While Jim is out in the mornings I take care of my chores and squeeze in some time for my card making.  I've just posted some new stuff under Paper Crafts and if you click on that page you can see what I've been making. These four are just a sample. 

We finally bought a card reader for the laptop and I don't have to rely on my phone for pictures.  Hopefully I'll be posting more of my work and update you on the growth of the landscaping in the resort soon. Despite the lack of rain everything is growing and looking better than last month after they hacked all the bushes.

Yesterday a crew arrived to trim all the trees. I look forward to seeing this done!  They'll rid the palms of dead fronds and the flowering stalks and fruit. The later makes a big mess, much like the Texas olive tree fruit.  Not sure if they'll tackle the other trees, time will tell.

Whatever your plans are today, enjoy and remember our freedom isn't free.  Men and women have given their all for this privilege.

All is right in our world!

Monday, July 3, 2017

Stampin' Up! Delightful Daisy Suite

This set is simply delightful!  Sorry, I couldn't help myself :-)  Coordinating stamps, paper and punch will keep you busy making cards for everyone!

Daisy Delight photopolymer stamps (143669)
Whisper White cut 4 1/4 x 11 folded at 5 1/2 this is the card base (100730)
Old Olive  cut 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 (100702)
Daffodil Delight cut 3 1/4 x 3 1/4 (119683)
Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper (green diagonal) cut 4 1/2 x 2 (144137)
Delightful Daisy Punch (143713)
Snail Adhesive (104332)

Daisy Delight Bundle of Stamps and Punch (145361) will save you a couple bucks.

Stamp Daisy in Old Olive and Daffodil Delight, using the Daisy Punch cut out daisy!  If you don't have a punch then cut out with scissors.  Stamp the center of the yellow daisy.

To assemble just start layering...I stamped along the bottom using the strip of three little stamps in the set.

If you would like to order just head over to my website or drop me an email if I can help in any way

Remember to get your fingers inky and enjoy cardmaking!


Thursday, June 15, 2017

Higher and Higher

When you're hot, you're hot!  As each day passes our temperatures climb.  Lately we've been reaching the upper 90's with the nights in the 70's.  During the day the humidity drops and by afternoon we're enjoying fells like temperatures of 100+.  So we don't go outside unless we have too.

Jim has been getting up at 0700 so he can get his chores done outside before noon.  The pool needs tidying everyday what with debris from the trees (wind blows almost constantly.  And the past few days he's been pressure washing the Club House so it can be painted.

The crew that keeps up the grounds were busy the first week of June cutting and trimming all of the bushes.  Don't worry, they'll be back and looking gorgeous by the time the winter season starts!

Upper left is our rig in the 100's.  

These pictures were taken on the 8th of June.  As you can see it's looking pretty bare.  Already I've seen new growth around the resort

After Jim does his morning work he comes home and showers.  Sometimes he naps as he's lying on the bed cooling off.  Sometimes we have our midday meal together before he naps (not good for the waistline!).

I read, make cards, snooze during this time.  When he's gone in the morning I'm usually busy with housework, meal prep, bathing and trimming Boo.  I even squeeze in craft time.

Netflix is our choice for afternoon viewing.  We like England's BBC TV shows and we're enjoying some dramas, comedies and a show Grand Designs (I think) about building or rebuilding grand houses. Fascinating!

Let's see, In the past couple weeks we've mostly stayed at home.  Venturing out only for groceries.  One day we headed to the mall so I could get a haircut and we both got some steps in.  One grocery run found us at Costco and we walked all over that cool building.  I walked all over Barnes and Nobles while Jim reads magazines and that day I managed to get more steps than him.

Yesterday we went out to lunch.  Decided on Chili's because we had a gift card.  About the only good thing I can say about Chili's is they have good margarita's and cold draft beer.  Why is everything they cook so greasy?

All is right in our world

Thursday, June 8, 2017

New Phone, Different (old) Laptop

Awhile back I got a new phone, Samsung Galaxy S7.  It has taken me several weeks of thinking (I'm slow) of how to import pictures from my phone onto this older, former Asus laptop.  I think I know how to upload pictures from my cameras but I'll have to purchase a doohickey to do it.

My newer laptop, Dell I think, has stopped working.  For awhile it was troublesome...taking two or three tries to even start it.  We'd reboot and finally it would work.  Couple times we'd took the battery out and then it would work.  Now nothing we, I mean Jim of course, he's my go to tech guy!  Love you honey.

For the time being we're remaining in the valley.  The reasons are personal but not medical.  We're still at Bentsen Palm Village RV Resort.  Not much going on here and we've only a few guests.

These pictures aren't the best but at least I know how to share them!

sunrise June 7th

Baby possum found in our water  collection bucket.  Jim dumped him out and he played possum while we waited for signs of life.  About a half hour later he was gone.

All is right in our world!

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Can You Believe It?

It's June 1st.....and summer is definitely here in the Rio Grande Valley.  Hope you're enjoying summer-like weather where you are.

Summer means we'll being cooking out, finding places to and ways to cool off and traveling!  Schools are dismissing students and closing down.  Summer! What's not to like?

We should be on the road soon. As many of you know Jim has a doctor appointment today and once that's taken care of we can move on.  But wait! We must get our mail one more time and that won't be here until Friday.

Are we ready to hit the road? Yes and no. Repairs and maintenance have been done on the truck and rig.  So they're road worthy. Most everything is tucked away and we could hit the road in an hour or so. 

But I'm learning that I like settling in.  We've been in the valley since late October. Prior to that, summer was spent in Vermont with Anne and Scotty. That's where we were a year ago today.  Before we headed to Vermont we had been guests of our children, Sonsearae and Chris, for Jim's recovery.  

Even though our life isn't constantly in motion, I find I like routines.  I've also come to realize that there isn't enough time or resources to see and do everything in one lifetime!

We both need medical attention and when you travel you have to keep this in mind. I rather like developing a relationship with medical personnel.  And going to the same grocery store, gas station and favorite restaurants etc....routines established for ease of life.

So far Jim wants to travel and thus far we can't decide on where to go next!  From here Corpus Christi...but in general we have no plans.

Perhaps we'll just go where the wind takes us, like a ship lost at sea trying to find a home port.

Last week we had the rig in for repairs on the brakes. We spent the night in Bert Ogden's parking lot and turned over the rig at 0800.   As it happened the day was wonderful weather wise.  We sat in a shaded parking lot all morning reading or playing games on our tablets. Then headed out at lunchtime for some Popeye's chicken.  Back to the park to enjoy a picnic lunch. As the afternoon warmed up we headed back to Ogden's and discovered we couldn't get our rig back.  So we packed essentials (but still managed to forget some items) and searched for a place to stay.  Managed to endure a stay at a hotel over night.  Because of Boo we ended up eating a lot of fast food and boy did we tire of that quickly.  

Wrong parts and a promise to finish up the second day saw us taking our rig home after two full days of being homeless.  Oh it was fine sleeping that night in our own bed!

All is right in our world

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Stampin' Up!

Have you been wanting to dip your toes into the world of card making but didn't know where to start?  Perhaps I can help!

Paper Pumpkin is a monthly subscription and right now there's a sale on, but you only have until the 10th of June to take advantage of this sale.

These kits are all inclusive.  Check the video for the May Kit here and check past kits to see if this is right for you.

It's quite simple to sign up, just click on this link and don't forget to add the promo code for your savings

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Stampin' Up!

Oh Happy Day Card Kit is all inclusive.  The only thing you need is adhesive.  It will make 20 All Occasion cards in different sizes and all of them are delightful!

The two shown here are just a sample of the bright cheerful colors and layers for dimension.  Check out the video here to see how easy it can be to make 20 cards quickly

To order just head over to my website.  

Oh Happy Day Card Kit, 142725
Multipurpose Liquid Glue, 110755
Snail Adhesive, 104332

Any Questions?  Just let me know if I can help

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Time for Change

As you know, awhile back, we got a pair of recliners.  I must say they are quite comfortable and we've grown to like them.  I'm still not crazy about how the fabric feels.  Perhaps my skin is just to sensitive.  

Anyway, we still had to do something with the leather lounger as it won't fit with the slides in.  The only other choice was to put it back in it's previous position and since it needed some TLC we decided to just get rid of it.

We found it a new home!

Wow!  we have a lot more space but you can see 'I' need more storage space for what was hidden behind our furniture.

We previously had our chairs side by side but after removing the lounger we split them up.  Jim's chair is on the left while mine is on the right

See all my stuff?  At least now it's easier to get to.

Jim is happy to have his table back.

This week the rig has to go get it's brakes fixed. I don't know the details but Jim  does and says the brake drums need doing.  Our rig is getting on in years and maintenance has to be done.  We may be able to park at Bert Ogden overnight which will save us from having to be there at 0800.  Hopefully it will be done in one day.

Boo is currently battling fleas....I guess his flea medicine doesn't work as well as the box claims.  Daily I take a slow, sluggish flea off of him and tend to his bites.  He's back on benadryl so we can all get some sleep...but the poor critter spends a lot of time keeping us awake as he scratches and licks.

Our days have been warming up!  That's to be expected but so are the nights.  The AC cycles on and off all night long keeping us cool.  I walked outside this morning when I opened the door and my glasses fogged up.  The humidity goes up at night and this morning it was high.

All is right in our world

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Down In the Valley

We're still at BPRV!  We've had some very warm days but for the most part our weather has been wonderful.

Jim get's out and about everyday tending to the gates and pool.  Since I'm OVER the sciatica I stay busy with my chores and card making.  Because I have a few cards I'm also mailing out a couple a week to family and friends.

Seriously, having sciatica pain is very, very uncomfortable and I'm pleased to report that I no longer needs meds or the Tens Unit.  Of course I still have two arthritic hips that will always plague me....just getting old!  Right now my left hip is the bothersome one.  Causing enough pain to get me out of bed after eight hours or so.  Then I plunk down in my recliner with a heating pad and enjoy my coffee.

Every morning we sit at our table, on our laptops, and enjoy the birds.  Jim moved our feeding station so we can see it from the dining room table.  We've turned the table and sit side by side.  Mostly sparrows and doves.  But Green Jays, Bronzed Cowbirds (love their red eyes!), Greater Kiskadees and even Chachalaca come by.  Of course those dad gum squirrels help themselves daily.  The hummingbirds love the Mexican Bird of Paradise and it's fun watching them flit around.

Oh, the occasional Javalina strolls through too.  I can see one over in the first circle right now

Besides ourselves there are two other rigs here...unless they checked out while I wasn't looking.  It's so peaceful walking around the resort with only the  sounds of nature to be heard.

That's about it from here.  We're eating out a lot...and gaining weight!  This must not continue   LOL

We still have no plans for our traveling.  Corpus Christi if we head north.  But we might head west....who knows

All is right in our world

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Stampin' Up!

I promise, I have been playing with my paper supplies, but some of them aren't SU.  I'm trying to use my stash and what better way than making and sending note cards to friends and family.

These two cards are made with the Beautiful You Stamps that can be either wood mounted or used with clear blocks.  There is a price difference.  I use mostly clear blocks as it takes up less room to store.  Also, this set has 13 stamps.  Three ladies and 8 sayings and two 'squiggles' that are stamped over the image as in the card on the right

The note cards (5 x 3 1/2 inches) can be bought in packs of 20.  I used Sweet Sugarplum ink.  

Just a plain and simple card to help keep in touch with loved ones.

Head over to my site to order, or contact me for more information

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Weather here in the Valley

It's really nippy outside!  Yesterday our high topped out around 94 degrees.  Right now it's 62 outside, no sun and a slight breeze out of the North West.  Predicted high?  79 degrees!!  I love it...we also had some rain over night.  I love hearing it on the roof...lulled me right back to sleep.

This will last a couple days and by mid week we could see temperatures top 100.

The last two days have been good for me.  I made some soup and froze some for later.  I've been able to do my chores (dang) and even managed a couple of walks.  I know the walking helps keep me in shape, but it also helps keep my hips from hurting so much.  The sciatica is still lingering (toes are numb and at times my left calf is painful) but isn't as debilitating as it once was.  If it never comes back I'll be one happy camper.

Now that our neighbors have pulled out I can enjoy their flowers.  Anne's site has a beautiful bougainvillea and a hedge of  a plant I can't remember the name of.  I miss Anne and Scotty,

 but I'm enjoying the view.

Bentsen Palm Resort has been planted with trees, bushes and local flora to attract birds and butterflies.  One of the World Birding Centers is at the Bentsen Rio Grande Valley State Park practically across the road from us.  Down the street is the National Butterfly Center.

Migration is an interesting time here.  Both Autumn and Spring.  They do a hawk count at the state park and that event brings folks from all over.  Birders 'flock' to the area during migrations!

It's 0930 and I guess I'll have to pry Jim out of bed.  He must have had a rough night.  His alarm went off and he just turned if off and went back to bed two hours ago.

All is right in our world

Friday, April 21, 2017

Long Overdue Update

This seems to be the easiest way to update all my friends and family about my condition....Apparently I'm going to be blessed with pain (perhaps daily) for the rest of my natural life.  I do have some days where I have hours that I'm pain free but I have to work at it.  Medication (naproxen or tylenol), Lidocaine patches, Tens Unit, Heating Pad and ice packs are part of my daily routine now.

I suppose I could just sit in my recliner all day but even that becomes uncomfortable after awhile!  

Jim is very helpful and when needed does my chores.  We've been eating out quite a bit and at home we're eating MRE'S.  Meals Ready to Eat from the freezer section of the grocery store.  Standing and prepping foods to cook can be quite uncomfortable.  I'm surprised I haven't gained weight from all the 'comfort' foods.  I've decided, when I can, I'll chop and dice and fix foods I should eat (Jim Too!) so they'll be ready in the fridge or freezer.

To that end I bought an Instant Pot from Amazon...I've not used it but once and made some fried rice that turned out pretty good.  I just need to find recipes that I can veganize and I'll be good to go.  Sonsearae helps with this.

Enough about me!  

Jim is officially working...not difficult, but he takes care of the pool and gates and has a golf cart.  Last night we rode around the resort and it's pretty empty around here.  About six rigs with people in them.  A lot of folks (snowbirds) leave their rigs here.

Anne and Scotty left a couple days ago, heading to Kentucky to visit friends before they head to Vermont.  Of the work campers only three couples remain.

Boo and I continue to suffer periodically from bug bites.  I think his have all cleared up so it's time for a bath.  Keeping him medicated internally and externally is a chore but we don't get much sleep if he scratches all night.

Do what you can
Where you are
With what you have

Friday, March 31, 2017

Where Were You?

A year Ago?   When you travel it's hard to remember exactly but by keeping this blog up to date I know we were still in Stuart Florida...we both like that town and area.  I miss the weekly Farmer's Market

Last Tuesday was the last visit by the produce guy.  I bought a fresh pineapple for three dollars!  All I had to do was slice it.  They have this handy, dandy machine that takes the outer 'peel' off and cores it too.  Also bought a cucumber (which I found frozen in the drawer!)

Our resort is emptying out.  Pretty soon we'll have the place almost to ourselves!  Right now we plan on leaving in June.  Doctor appointments and repairs need to be completed.  Some of the work campers will linger for a few days and then they'll hit the road too.

We're off to have pizza with the Scott's, soon they'll be leaving too

All is right in our world

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Stampin' Up!

Time is running out!

March 31st is the deadline for ordering and getting wonderful free products.  More items have been listed for these final days so hurry over and make your order!

It's easy to do, just head here and pick the items that interest you. If you need help just let me know via comments here or an email

Thanks for stopping by! 

It's Sunday Again!

I can't believe it's been a week since I posted...Oh well, I'll blame it on my pain

Yes, I'm still battling this sciatica.  Some days are better than others and I guess I'll just have to put up with it.  Sitting around like an invalid can't be good for my overall wellness

This past week we've seen a lot of folks leaving the resort and today....around 0800 two work camping couples left.  Jim was awakened by Bruce tooting his horn and Boo barking!  I went out and got hugs and said safe travels to Bruce, Diane, Karen and Howard.  I was still in my jammies and along with several folks not ready to start the day!

Biscuits for breakfast and Jim has gone to open guest services.  This will be our last shift.

Boo is being bitten again (me too) and we have him on benadryl.  It helps all of us sleep better!

The days are heating up, getting into the 90's this week.  Not much in the way of humidity during the day but it's still uncomfortable mid afternoon to be outside.  I think that's why the siesta was invented!

I better post this and get the day started before my medication wears off

All is right in our world

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Stampin' Up!

There's still time to get this designer paper!  Sale-A-Bration ends March 31st.  Just head over here to order

Many Ways to Color

Many Ways to Color
Coloring books for adults are everywhere. They bring out the kid—and the Zen—in all of us! Now you can jump on the trend with Sale-A-Bration’s Inside the Lines Designer Series Paper.
1.Color Therapy
Use markers for detailed coloring like we did on this gorgeous box. Just cut the paper out with a die, color, relax, and then assemble.
2.Outside the Lines
Use sponge daubers on the paper for a quick and easy but awesome effect.
3.Leave It Alone
Don’t forget that the paper has a cool black-and-white look from the start. Use it as a background and add a vibrant element front and center like we did with our fairy.