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May 27, 2008

I forgot!

A long weekend is a great chance to make a lot of progress with a little one's toilet training. And I'm happy to report that we're about 90% done. Still handling some accidents here and there (gross) but what a difference a few days makes!

Unfortunately, I think that I might have to make the difficult decision to pull the little guys nap. EEEKS. He does need some sort of break during the day, but I can't handle him coming out of his room till nearly nine pm to tell me that he has to pee again, that he thinks he heard a monster, that his nose needs to be blown, and that he has to pee AGAIN! Please just go to bed. I'm dreading the behavior that accompanies those first days, weeks and even months, that goes with the missing nap, but it would be nice for my day to end at 7:30 or 8 versus NINE!

Okay, now back to why you're probably here, not my whining!!

I've been working on some DT samples for an upcoming launch, but then remembered I'd never posted this little joy fold I'd made a few weeks ago. I wanted to try watercoloring with my SU makers, and it can in fact be done, I think I just need some practice, and also to give myself an image with a little more room to work with. These lines aren't so forgiving - they're pretty tight!

I'm going to try this one again with my copic markers instead!


I also remembered I hadn't shown you the fourth card in my "She's All That" card pack I'd made for a friend.
This uses my loved, but under used Baroque background. I think its just absolutely perfect for wedding or shower cards. The card base is mellow moss, with very vanilla and blush blossom for the cardstock mats. The image is stamped in river rock.
I think these siloutte girls are so sweet, but we agreed at stamp club last week that this girl really needs a hamburger or something, don't you think?
Have a great day everyone!
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