Happy 2nd day of the new year! I at least stayed up past midnight on New Year’s Eve, watching part of Dick Clark’s Rockin New Years Eve. I remember 40 years ago when I watched the very first one. A friend from high school came over to spend the night and we rocked the new year in with Dick Clark. It hardly seems that was 40 years ago.
I’m relishing in the fact that I am starting 2012 out with a health plan and an opportunity to change what needs to be changed and accepting those things that can’t. I’ve also decided that I will not be picking a word or phrase for the year. My goal is to live each day to the fullest possible and quite frankly . . . to “Live Out Loud!”
Let’s get to the true point of today’s post. Today on the Graphic 45 Blog they are showcasing a recent project I did for them.
AND as I’m writing this up, and looking at the frame, it really does seem fitting to post this today. One of my favorite Studio 490 quotes . . . . something it wouldn’t hurt all of us to do once in a while . . .
and my favorite faux porcelain flowers.
- Graphic 45 Papers: LeCirque Collection – LeCirque, Tags and Bohemian Floral
- Spellbinders: S4-328 Foliage, S5-050 Rose Creations, S4-161 Labels One, LF-005 Grand Peony Creations, Grand Calibur
- Ranger Industries: Distress Stains in Peeled Paint and Vintage Photo; Distress Inks in Vintage Photo and Antique Linen; Alcohol Ink in Lemonade; Matte Accents; Glue n’ Seal Matte; Mister; Jet Black Archival Ink; UTEE; Melting Pot
- Other: Americana Lamp (Ebony) Black Acrylic Paint; Studio 490 Stamps – Seriously Art; Advantas idea-ology GungePaper; Manila Tags; Sanding Tools; Corsage pins; Hot Glue Gun
There’s more happening on the Graphic 45 Blog today, so don’t forget to pay them a visit and see the other projects as well.
I do believe that’s all I have today. Thanks for stopping by and remember . . . life is short, enjoy the adventures of your day!
Oh I do have one more thing . . . I talk so much about my family, I thought you would enjoy seeing us all together.
LtoR: Mallory, Lance (Mr. Stodgy), Me, Kate and Will (my son-in-law and Kate’s other half)