I'm still unpacking, and may be unpacking for the rest of my life, but it does afford me the opportunity to rediscover a lot of my stash, and that can be quite inspirational. The other day I rediscovered one of my snarky sentiments, and decided I needed to use it. It's been too long here with no snark.
I knew exactly which image I wanted to use with it, but could I find it? No. I managed to unpack a few more boxes while searching for it. I finally found it in a bag on a shelf. This, people, is why I don't put things away. I knew exactly where it was in the other room, but once it was put away? Nope. But the good news is I did find it, along with a lot of other "missing" stamps, so STAY TUNED!
Oh, the card:
I love this woman, mostly because I can have her say just about anything. :) And I love her pink curlers and fuzzy slippers. I almost always paper-piece her house coat, which is a fun way to use up the 2" cuttings off my 6x6 papers. These are from Authentique's Renew 6x6 pad. I store my cuttings in the original 6x6 pads so I can use other coordinating papers when I get around to using them.
Here is the sentiment, up close and personal:
The sketch is from a card I saw on the Hambo blog:
I think it's perfect for using cute images and 2" pieces of papers, don't you? I love it when that happens.
Thanks for stopping by!
Products used: Image of the lady is from Eat Cake Graphics, sentiment from Viva Las Vegas Stamps, Nestabilities Petite Ovals dies, SU Basic Black card stock, and the following: