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Faith in Nature - Pear



For a meeting on Saturday, I prepared the above card using the new hostess set from the StampinUp! catalog called "Faith in Nature".

It gave me a chance to do a little simple water coloring. The pear is stamped in watercolor ink on watercolor paper. I painted with re-inkers in More Mustard and the new In Color, Lucky Limeade.

After the meeting, I headed back to my desk and worked on a few new beaded jewelry items. I'll try and post those later this week, because I used a couple beads I purchased from ETSY and I really liked her stuff...so I'll be sure and share all the deets when I get the images up.

In the meantime, we're enjoying a bit of a break on the heat/humidity. Thank goodness, because I thought our grass would burst into flames at any moment. In fact, it was so hot this past weekend that I was able to wring sweat out of my shirt like I had dumped in a bucket(I KID YOU NOT).

GROSS, yes I agree....

Well, with that, I'll leave you with thoughts of sweaty pears.

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