Tuesday, July 10, 2007

                   
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Dare to Be Darling


Another card from yesterday's stamping frenzy! I love these new sets, so playful and fun! This card began nothing like this, you know how that goes, right?! In all its different versions, I kept acquiring more rejected pieces, so in the end, all those pieces came in pretty handy! Everything is from the new Stampin' Up! catalog, except the scalloped squares which are a Cuttlebug die cut.

Okay, wish me luck...I'm off to take my final teaching exam, Professional & Pedagogical Responsibilities, so I can get my "real" certification to be a "real" teacher in Texas! I was a little worried since I took my teaching classes a year ago really, but I took a practice test online Sunday night and only missed two. Guess the year of teaching did give me some practical experience! lol! Anyway, the practice test convinced me that I could spend Monday stamping instead of studying, so let's hope it wasn't a fluke!

Recipe Stamps: Dare to Be Darling, Dilly-Dally Friends Jumbo Wheel, Little Pieces. Card Stock: Kraft, Wild Wasabi, Rose Red, Whisper White, Cutie Pie Designer Series Paper. Ink: Rose Red, Wild Wasabi, Groovy Guava. Accessories: Wild Wasabi Double Stitched Ribbon, Rose Red & Certainly Celery Brads, Jumbo Pewter Eyelet, 1/2 & 1/4 inch Circle Punch, Crafter's Tool Kit, Three For You Flower Punch Box, Linen Thread, Dimensionals, Cuttlebug Scallop Square Die Cut.

5 comments:

Lori said...

Good luck Angie! I know you will do just great on the test....

Cute Card!

Lor

#1volunteer said...

Since I am going to have to look up "pedagogical" in the dictionary and you were able to use it in a sentence, I feel you will pass with flying colors! Good Luck! Great blog!

Charmaine (CharmWarm on SCS) said...

So sweet!

Stampernmore said...

what a fun card!

Tex said...

Good Luck!! Good Luck!!
You'll be fine ... I just know it!
Soooo, was that a "3rd Grade Word" that you used? I think not! (I used to tell my 1st graders that we were learning to read a "3rd Grade Word" if it was a really big word ... they would get all excited & try hard to "get it"!

Love the card, btw!!