We were getting really sick of winter and cold when my sister and I took a two week road trip to visit one of the Cardologists who had moved away to North Carolina.
The azaleas and mini rhododendron were blooming even in the mountains and they were already cutting grass in her development. Was it mean of us sending pictures of our picnic back to folks dealing with a late spring snow shower?
On the way home we spent most of one day traveling a leg of the Blue Ridge Highway.
Just before I went on vacation, I learned how to make a butterfly push-through card at a Stampin' Up party. I don't know if that is the official name of the card where the butterfly is mounted on the inside of a card and put up through a hole in the top. We tried coming up with our own design.
Of course we didn't have a die to make the rectangular cut through the three layers of card and our Stampin' Up punch didn't reach. So we punched one layer and used an X-acto knife for the other layers. (Please don't look too closely at the rough edges of the opening.)
I hope you enjoy this interpretation. The flower frame is a Purple Daisy Design die, the butterfly is a set of two by Impression Obsession. The sentiment and papers are from Stampin' Up.
Now as I post this, we are back home enjoying our own sunny day. A bunny is standing motionless in my driveway, probably because he sees my cat. Lucky for him the cat already has a mouse to play with. Now I have a funny story about another mouse - but that is for the next post.
Have an enjoyable weekend. But please keep in mind our servicemen this Memorial Day.
Thank you for visiting.