Sorry I haven't been around for a bit. It's been crazy hectic at work besides being hit by winter storm Cleon! I was born in the Chicago area, so I know about snow - not so much about ice. Besides, Texas doesn't have the resources to clear the roads that they do up north. This is what my street looked like. And the second picture is an example of what the grocery store shelves looked like. There appears to have been a run on eggs! Our offices were closed but our due dates remained. So I braved the elements and drove in to work. The news reports called it cobblestone ice. What I saw was at best, washboard ice and in some places, 6 - 8 inch waves of ice. But I made it to the office and back home again without incident.
Today is my friend Janie's birthday. I did get a little crafting time in to make her this card. I hope she likes it. Almost everything is by Anna Griffin. The paper is from the Fleur Rouge collection. The cream card base is Close To My Heart's Colonial White cardstock. I roughed up the edges with Tim Holtz's distressing tool and added a couple of pearls. What do you think?