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"Anxiety weighs a heart down, but a cheerful word lifts it up." Proverbs 12:25

Friday, February 13, 2015

"From the Herd"

LOL... IKR!!!
If you are a Stampin' Up! fan,
then you are most likely already familiar
with the "From the Herd" stamp set.
If you have yet to order this set,
you just GOTTA get it today!

I found the photo above on Pinterest
(no link was available)
and thought I would absolutely
LOOSE IT laughing!!!
How uncanny is it?!
I can't help but wonder...
did the artist of the stamp set
get inspiration from the above photo
OR was the above photo inspired
by this absolutely fun and adorable stamp set?!

Either way, I am in love!!!
Can you tell which character is my fave?

Please don't feel shy or intimidated by SU!'s
They are fantastic when coloring in
this fun image!
I used the following sets...
Pink Pirouette
Coastal Cabana
Daffodil Delight
Old Olive
Smokey Slate
and of course, the Color Lifter.

On a more personal note...
You would think I would be more thourough
with sending written correspondence
since I am a "Professional Encourager," right?!
Listen, "busy" gets the best of all of us.
(Did you happen to see my confession
a few days back about feeling "overwhelmed?!")
Sticky notes are the bomb, people!
Reserve a special little place
in your home for your "reminders"
to send someone a card and
Listen... even if it is two weeks
(or two months, good grief!) later!
Whether you are a card maker or a card buyer,
You know how good it feels to be encouraged.
Encourage others. Do it today!

This fun card is going out to a fine young man
who was in our CBS group and
had to move nearly six hours away.
(And yes, of course my card is super duper late, wink.)
Hoping he gets a kick out of "our herd!"

Be encouraged today, dear one!

1 comment:

Sigrid said...

That's great!