We are right back to where we were 2 weeks ago weather wise – in the middle of a snowstorm! Northeast Missouri is in the middle of a winter weather warning with 8-12 inches of snow predicted. Schools are either closed or on AMI days (alternative method of instruction). The phrase was coined as a result of virtual schooling during COVID. Remember those fun days of the past when you woke up and mom said you were staying home because school was dismissed?? If you think kids are the most excited about snow days I’m here to tell you teachers enjoy them even more! Those snow days won’t happen as often now with the technology available and the ability to offer instruction by other means. Just one more change in our everchanging world.
Today’s Card With The Bay Window Technique!
Using the New Horizon DSP with the On The Horizon Bundle of stamp set and dies I was able to create this card fairly quickly. The main thing to keep in mind is the old saying ” measure twice, cut once” because one wrong score line or DSP cut and you will be scrapping the whole thing and starting fresh!
Looking Down On The Top Of The Bay Window!
Fits Our Medium Envelopes!
Monday’s FB LIVE
I plan to demonstrate this fun fold on Monday with my FB LIVE at 9:30. Hope you will join me on FB by clicking on the link below and following me!
Until next time, stay safe and warm inside! I’ve a new JD Robb book I started last night, so I’m thinking I will be treating myself to a hot chocolate with a splash of Bailey’s Irish Cream and some reading AFTER I get my tulip card class cut. Work first!!! Keep stamping, keep crafting, and God Bless!Product List