We're watching Olympics today; the women's road cycling race, specifically. One of our Canadian racers competing today as well in the time trial scheduled for later in the week, is a gal I taught many years ago - Tara Whitten. Cheering her on loudly!
I imagine that many of you are also watching the Games, so I'll be quick and pretty much babble-free.
Two cards today, both with 'water' as their key theme:
Card 1: I used my Zigs (I know...flabbergasting that we had yet another bonding moment!) to watercolour the pretty Daisy Border from STAMPlorations...
Card 2. Thank you for indulging me with yet another play date with my marvelous layering seahorse set. I promise I'll put them away....at least for a while! The 'water' connection: the sea creatures, the 'bubbles', the water-splatter in the little "ocean" inked sentiment strip.
My layout comes from Freshly Made Sketches #248, a reversed and *slightly* adapted version...
Both cards: CASology Week #209~Watercolour
Just Us Girls Challenge #355~Word Week: Water
STAMPlorations August 2016 CAS Card Challenge~Anything Goes
and Anything Goes Challenge
Seahorse Card: Colour Throwdown #404 (I don't have a full-fledged aqua ink, so I kept what I had as close to that shade as I could...)
Off to watch the race finale. Alas, our Canadian women aren't in medal contention, but I'm applauding those who are; this is one challenging, sketchy race course (as evidenced by the number of crashes in the men's race, yesterday! Yikes!)...
Thank you so much for spending part of your day with me; your visit brings me joy!