I need patience! LOL Don't you just hate it when your computer acts up and you don't know what to do to fix it? My desktop MAC went into the shop and came home no longer "talking" to my printer. *sigh* I haven't a clue why. I hooked up my laptop to the printer and they refused to "talk" to each other! So, a quick switch of printers and I was in business again. Ugh! I envy you "younguns" who are so at ease with a computer! I feel so helpless when I find I don't have the knowledge necessary to look at a computer problem and determine what to do to fix it!
I need patience! LOL My flower order from Wild Orchid still hasn't arrived. I've had to resort to using old flowers on cards! So, when you see upcoming cards, it's not because I wanted to use them. It's because that's all I had! LOL
I need patience! Are you seeing a pattern here? Does it take Stampin' Up two plus weeks to get an order to you? I ordered from their corporate site. Oh well. I'm practicing my patience. I really shouldn't be stalking the mailman, though.
I need patience. I had a knot in my stomach caused by that crazy computer that is no longer part of my life and has since been replaced by a brand new MAC! Of course, it isn't set up yet so I need patience!
Patience is a virtue. I'm practicing it each and every day. At this point, I believe I am trying to be extremely virtuous! LOL
I have a card to share today. It's a card that I sent as a thank you to our doctor. Here it is:
I used Distress Inks to color the image. Isn't she a cutie? I love that stamp! I elevated the bench and Tilda stamp just to add t the texture. Speaking of texture, I love the snow that I placed in the tree, cabin roof, and ground. For some reason, whatever that product is, I love playing with it! I have to admit - I thought this was Edwin! It wasn't until I started coloring that hair that I realized that it was pretty long for Edwin. I did a search for Bandaged Edwin and saw that that stamp was completely different! Then I searched for Bandaged Tilda and there she was. Well, I colored her in boy colors. So, it's now Edwin w/ long hair, LOL! Since I was giving it to our doctor, I wanted to keep the lines clean and - arghhh - no flowers! LOL Now, if our doctor was a woman, it would be different. I wanted it to be a masculine looking card. On the interior of the ard, I kep the same clean lines and added Basic Grey rub ons and border. I hope he likes it.
I've got some more images to share and will do so later this week, so please come back!
If, by chance, you see my Wild Orchid flower order sitting on a curb somewhere, would you please tell it to get a jiggle in its wiggle and get itself home to me, please! LOL
I hope you are having a wonderful start to your week. Thank you so much for stopping by. I love that you took the time to visit.