Good morning friends! Well, it was an interesting night at my house last night but I'll get to that later. First, I must show you the card I made to show off one of the brand new file releases from Doodle Pantry!
This month's new releases are absolutely fabulous and super cute, as always! I got to play with Quirky Donkey. There are so many options with this set because of the fabulous sentiments that Laurie has included...Christmas, I'm sorry, and well, just plain cute! This set also come with two matching papers of which I used one. I really like the monochromatic look the patterned paper allowed me to achieve with this layout. It will be the perfect card when I need to apologize, which for me will most likely be soon. The sketch for my card today is from Sweet Sketch Wednesday. It looked much more difficult then it turned out to be!
Make sure you hop on over to the Doodle Pantry blog to see what all of the design team members have made and make sure to leave each of them some love on their blogs. You know we all love that!
Now...why was my night eventful? Welll...in addition to getting a daughter-in-love soon we have rescued a dachshund named Trixie. She is completely adorable and loves her people but did not like the kennel last night. Our home, her forever home, is her third home and the person two before us had her crate trained but the person just before us let her sleep in bed with them...huge mistake! Trixie barked almost the entire night. I think there was only a three hour time period in which she did not bark. *sigh* First thing this morning (and I mean first thing...I couldn't stand it anymore at 5am so I got up) I bought the book Dachshund's for Dummies. She has her own little spot in my craft room, just a old pillow case I put on the floor for her. Hopefully that will make her a little happy but she would prefer to be on my lap, that is for sure! Please pray for her to have an easy transition to our family...and that we get some sleep tonight!
Thought of the day: If your always racing to the next moment what happens to the one you're in?