So I decided to apply for a job, part time at the college. I did this over a week ago and I started to think for some reason that I wasn't going to get a call. I also applied at the animal shelter around the same time. I need a job to help pay for an unexpected financial situation that will come up next month. On top of that I want to save for our move next year. So as of yesterday morning I had not heard from anyone. Now on Monday I won an Elmer's Glue prize pack from a blog hop that was going on over at Nikki Sivils blog, I was EXCITED to say the least. I knew at that moment that good things would happen this week. LOL! Well yesterday I got the call from the college asking for an interview. I won't make much but they are willing to work around my schedule. So if I want to work a couple hours here and there in between classes and such then I can. I am SUPER excited. :-)
So today I have a card to share with you that I made for my dad. I used papers from Artful Delight's March monthly kit (sold out).
I used my Cricut and an svg file that I purchased from SVGcuts.com. Since I don't have many cartridges I usually purchase svg files from either SVGcuts.com or MyGrafico.com. There are so many cartridges out there that I want and I just can't afford to buy them. My next best alternative is buying individual files as needed from those two sites. :-)
I made a few changes to the card. Well nothing to the svg cuts just added some extra touches. I cut some clouds with my Cricut and used the as a mask for the sky. I used some removable adhesive, adhered them and then sponged around them with Broken China distress ink. Then for the patch of "grass" I just sponged some Peeled Paint distress ink.
For the inside of the card I used a font pre-programmed in my Cricut and welded the letters together.
I have to get this card in the mail today so it can hopefully (fingers crossed) can reach my dad by Saturday's mail delivery.
That's all I have for you today but be sure to stop by tomorrow because I will have a fabulous LO to share with you that DT member Debbie created. :-)