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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Tuesday Trigger: Chiclectic

Ok, so I don't have a guy to share Valentine's Day with. Meh, no biggie.

So what does a single girl do on Valentine's Day? Well, THIS single girl celebrated by taking the day off. Well, I mean, I was planning to take the day off to take care of some financial stuff with Dad and it just happened to fall on Valentine's Day. But really, it's a day about love and while most of the focus is on romantic love, I think that loving and taking care of yourself is important too. So how did I do that today? Let me count the ways.
  1. Slept in.
  2. Read some more of The Hunger Games. I'm about halfway through.
  3. Took a long mid-afternoon nap.
  4. Responded to work email only once all day.
  5. Went to spin class.
  6. Watched a new episode of NCIS. At least I have my TV boyfriends.
  7. Did my nails. French manicure. It got a little banged up while I was making today's card, but who's going to be looking at my nails that closely anyway?
Here's my card for today, using this week's Moxie Fab World's image as inspiration. I never thought to pair hot pink and orange together, but I think it works. Looks kinda modern, right?
Card Specs:
Embossing powder: Stampendous! in white
Embossing ink: VersaMark
Paper: American Crafts- Metropolitan, Chatterbox, Die Cuts with a View- Mango Frost
Stamps: American Crafts- Herbs
Punch: We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper, Fiskars Apron Lace border punch
White Gel Pen: Uni-Ball Signo Broad White Gel Pen
Pearl: Recollections
Flowers: Prima, Recollections
Brad: Tapestry by C.R. Gibson- Ruby Lemonade

5 comments :

Avery James Photography said...

That card is GORGEOUS! Love the colors. :) :)

http://averyjamesphotography.blogspot.com/

Cath said...

Hey Tina! Thanks for linking this up to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

suzARTe said...

Lovely card, colour combo is so striking

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Rae said...

I think you definitely hit the mark with this trigger card. So pretty!

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