Thursday, April 29, 2010

A Journeyful Retirement

Yes I know. Journeyful is not a word, but I couldnt think of anything else. One of my coworkers is retiring tomorrow. I've known about it for at least a month but only in the very last hour have I started (and completed) a card for her. She's moving to Santa Fe so I thought the cowboy theme was fun & appropriate.

This week's TCP Tuesday Challenge, TCPTUES107, was a color challenge of Turquoise, Red & Ivory. I ended up pulling out a whole bunch of things I rarely use. A very big prima flower and DCWV citrus mat stack. I stamped out my little scene using TCP's Having a pow wow. And the sentiment's from Verve's Bountiful backgrounds. The sketch is from Jen's SFYTT this week. And does she have the most fantastic sketches?

The Dets:
Stamps: TCP Having a pow wow, Verve Bountiful Backgrounds
Paper: MB vanilla bean notecard, PTI pure poppy, DCWV citrus dp
Ink: Memento black, Brilliance pearlescent chocolate, Copics, spica glitter pens
Accessories: spellbinders circles & rectangles, prima flower, diamond glaze, spots & dots embossing folder, kaiser pearls


  1. DUDE. This is cute-ful. hehe... But seriously, you used the color scheme really well here! And using the southwest theme for your colleague was a brilliant idea!

  2. Journeyful is a word. it is defined as a memorable trip or adventure that is celebrated with friends