Tuesday will be 38 weeks with the twins, which is full term for multiples. Twin B has gone breech, then head-down, then breech, and now transverse. What a journey! While I'd EAGERLY choose labor & delivery over surgery & recovery, my doc's advice is a C-section (twin B's not a good candidate for 'turning' due to a partial placental cord insert). But since the pregnancy has gone well and the boys are growing at the same rate, she'll let me squeeze out one extra week, just to see what happens by 39 weeks.
I haven't done a lot of crafting, but I do have one card in the wings, also for Lee Anne. Amidst all the craziness I think of her everyday which reminds me to stop, slow down, and pay attention to family. Hugs to you, Lee Anne.
The dragonfly here symbolizes depth, unveiling, and life 'in the moment'. I wanted a deep blue to accent rustic cream and woodgrain. The dragonfly is inked in spring rain and kissed with pearl sky blue and enchanted evening. I'm pleased with the design (even if photos didn't capture all the love).
I call this shot, 'Still Life with Dirty Pot'. But look at that perfect little dragonfly from Places Please. The joy in discovery.
I also used this design for a melon berry birthday card with a sun-kissed peach. I have the bitty dot ribbon in new leaf, orange zest, and blueberry sky as well, so I imagine I'll be making those color versions too.
stamps - PTI Masculine Motifs, Fillable Frames #10, Places Please
ink - PTI enchanted evening, spring rain; Versamagic pearl sky blue
paper - PTI enchanted evening, rustic cream
accents - PTI enchanted evening vintage buttons, enchanted evening bitty dot ribbon, vintage cream grosgrain ribbon, rustic cream twine
dies - PTI Fillable Frames #10, woodgrain impression plate
tools - EK Success oval punch