After last weeks disaster where I entered the less is more challenge, only to find out my monochrome card wasn't monochrome enough, I decided to give the whole less is more thing one last shot. I really like the style, but maybe it isn't "me" and I should give up :-/
Anyway, this week the theme is Frames, so I have stamped the freebie from the current Craft Stamper Magazine onto white Bazzill and made a frame by embossing a nestie onto the CS, a Congratulations sentiment from the Baby Baby set by Ladybug Crafts Ink (I notice this excellent value Baby stamp set is back in stock!!), and some gorgeous pewter ribbon and there you go. Oh I did add a touch of Black Diamond Stickles to the droplets of the chandelier, and I really hope this doesn't mean that I don't count again! The way I feel today, that might just tip me over the edge!!
I've done this as a wedding kinda of a card, and love it, so classy!!
Gosh reading back I sound really down!! Actually I was hoping that I would have had a letter today from the school board over the appeal to get the kids in the same school, but NOTHING!!! And I'm not allowed to ring them to find out, just got to wait for this stupid letter to find out what they have decided, and the impact this will have on our family. Seriously, it'll be nearly a week, the letter is only coming from 20 miles away... someone could have hand delivered it quicker!!
We've gone through everything again and if we have been unsuccessful in the appeal then the only choice will be for me to give up work, which is insane for me to have spent tens of thousands on childcare in their preschool years only to be forced to give up work when the youngest starts school because some idiot thought that I can bend the laws of space and time and get them to two different schools at the same time.
LOL, can you tell I am soooooooooo frustrated waiting for this letter, so we know where we are!! Then I can get on and deal with it, being in limbo is driving me crazy!!
Sorry for waffling...
Please can I enter my card for these challenges