Just in time for many upcoming family and friendly get-togethers, the Splitcoast Tutorial this week is Bagalopes. Here’s the sample that I put together with those oh-so-Pretty Birds by Kim Hughes. You can check the tutorial out in this week’s Weekling Inkling. (I am pre-posting, so I’ll have to add a link later today.) They are so quick and easy! This one will end up holding a candle. Isn’t that the standard issue housewarming gift?
I’m off to do that job called, Domestic Engineer…you know the one where you shuffle children to the dentist, pick up a mountain of fundraiser stuff that no one really wanted to buy in the first place, deliver it all because you don’t have freezer space, take 8 loads of clean, wet laundry to the laundromat because your dryer is broken, pick up and deliver meat tray and rolls for the PTO Teacher Appreciation lunch, dinner at church and Girls in Action activities…oh yeah, DH is travelling..forgot about trash day and taking care of his dog…let’s see if I can squeeze a Route 44 Diet Vanilla Coke ~ easy ice in there somewhere. WHew…it’s too early in the day to be this tired.
Stamps: Pretty Birds by Kim Hughes and Paisley Bandana Backgrounder – both by Cornish Heritage Farms
CS: 9×12 White Catalog Envelope, Ballet Blue, Celery, Chocolate Chip and Curious Iridescent White (Shimmery from www.cutcardstock.com)
Ink: Palette Burnt Umber and various dyes for watercoloring
Accs: Nestabilities, Glitter, aquapainter