Squiggle LadyBugs and the ScorPal!

What do you get when you mix LadyBugs with the ScorPal, some white core stock paper, and a little bit of ink and aqua color crayons? Well, you get a LadyBug Card!!

This is one of the cards we made at my ScorPal Technique Night. The background uses the Raspberry white core paper (one of my favorites). It is cross hatched using the Scor Pal and then sanded to reveal the grid. The Squiggle Lady Bug was colored with the Tombow Marker and AquaCrayons. Ink the edges of the white strip, add a couple of brads, and adhere everything together! Its an easy and quick card to make with fantastic results!

Happy Stamping and Scrapping

Today’s Abundance
(not everything happened today – its a compilation since my last post)
-The cardinal in the backyard
-The 3 rabbits that hopped quickly across the new fallen snow early in the morning
-My neighbor who shovels my snow
-The budding lilac bush
-Reaching the other side of the bridge deck that was icy and slick – the car sure wasn’t going in a straight line across that bridge
-Working with my daughter and her friends and neighbors to make 35 “A Little Bit of Home” mini albums for the National Air Guard in her hometown
-My new piece of furniture for my craft room (hopefully soon I can post that the craft room contents are back in the room rather than scattered throughout the house)
-A successful booth at the Des Moines MWSA (hi everyone who stopped by)
-Two days – yes two days – of sunshine and temperatures in the 60’s – no rain and no snow! yeah… spring might actually be here at long, long last
-A few nights of 7 – 8 hours of sleep – I was running on empty there for awhile

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