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Sunday, November 6, 2016

watercooler sketch adventure

One might think that you may discuss politics over the watercooler at work, or sports, possibly (that really was an awesome Series!), but I was at the Watercooler Wednesday specifically to avoid politics, and found this sketch:
It took me several days because I couldn't decide what to do with the larger, blank rectangle.  But I finished this earlier this evening:
stamp sets - Foxy Friends, Here For You; ink - Mint Macaron, Basic Black, Soft Suede; card stock - Island Indigo, Mint Macaron, Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Basic Black; designer series paper - Blooms & Bliss; punch - Fox Builder

Is it just the photo, or is that crooked?  hmmm.  Doesn't that sentiment just *need* the little skunk? The inside sentiment is "Sorry I don't have something more profound or poetic or sentimental to say, but I just want you to know how very much I love and care about you."  Perfect!  I never much used the phrase "stinkin' cute" but this really is, you know?

I could have finished it before the end of the weekend, but I had to take time to get to Madison with my upline, Nisha, and my downline, Debbie, for Stampin' Up!® OnStage - SO. MUCH. FUN. !! Once again, the Midwest OnStage attendance was the largest in the U.S. and we were also larger than the OnStage Live 3-day event:

 You, too, can join the fun, simply by joining our team as a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator.  Join for some extra income or just some extra inspiration!  We came home with several projects made from products that will be available in January, at least three not-yet-available stamp sets, and lots of additional supplies and ideas.


Heidi Weaver said...

Kathe, I'd have to agree with your comment. This really IS stinkin' cute! What a great idea to stamp all those trees for your background and then have Mr. Skunk sitting on his stump. Love it. Love your colours and sense of humour. This has really made me smile. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

Gail said...

Kathe - that really is "stinkin' cute"! Love the colours you used for the layers. So glad you made your way to the Watercooler and took the challege!

Deborah Smart said...

Let be this little skunk! He does look like he thinks there's something stinky around him 😀 Thanks for joining the Watercooler Wednesday challenge. -Deborah