Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Window Sheets....again

So I am lovin this weather we're having. Yesterday was actually quite busy for Logan and I. Usually our days are spent at home, maybe a trip to the park, 2 blocks away. But usually it's a pretty uneventful life we lead. But yesterday was very eventful.

We had a 9am appointment at a preschool we're hoping to get Logan in this fall. So we got the tour and sat in on a few classes. We're now on the waiting list for the fall, hopefully things will work out.
We left the preschool a little after 10, I speed to get to the library for story time at 10:30 only to find out that there was no story time yesterday. Oh well, we pick out some new books.
Went to the park and had our picnic lunch that we packed.
Then the plan was to go to Ben and Jerry's for their free cone day, that was supposed to start at noon but since it was only 11:15, we went to Target. Found some sheets on sale, which we did need. Lots more things on sale that I don't need. Got the sheets.
About 11:50 we headed over to Ben and Jerry's, the whole time I'm promising Logan free ice cream. He's so excited and was especially good in the library and Target just for the ice cream. We get to B&J's and a note on the door says they won't be starting free cone day until 2pm---What???!!!?? Then why does your website say NOON! So, as much fun as it would have been to hang around for 2 hours in 80 degree weather we came home. Logan disappointed about no ice cream. But fortunately for us we had some at home and some cones. Now it wasn't B&J ice cream so it wasn't as good, but he doesn't know that, he was just super happy to get ice cream after nap time. So that was the most excitement we've had in one day in a while. Everything worked out and hopefully Logan will be able to get off the waiting list by the fall.

Ok, geez enough rambling, here's today's project....
How much are you loving the new window sheets? If you haven't had a chance to use them, I highly recommend it. They're so great!! This card is real simple. I've used a window sheet for the base of the card. I used mini glue dots to adhere it to the card. I stuck a piece of 5x3.75 CS on the inside to write on. I used the rub-ons from the hostess level 3 bundle on this card, there is no stamping here what so ever. The little cloud is a rub on that I cut out and so is the greeting.

Isn't it just super cute.
Cardstock: White, Parisian Breeze Specialty, Baja Breeze
Accessories: Loop to Loop rubons, window sheets, mini glue dots, dimensionals, eyelet border punch, baja breeze stitched ribbon, paper snips
Thanks for looking, see you tomorrow!

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