If you caught the black leaves then maybe you thought of the current photo over on the Runway. RIC #48.
My eye caught the wispy branches, pink flowers and the black leaves. Been lovin' those since Cristina K. produced this lovely.
So the pink flowers morphed to a morning sky, created with distress inks spritzed with perfect pearls water on an acrylic block. And I chose this vine image from Inkadinkado Delicate Branches to get my black leaves. And what was going to be a sympathy card turned into a message of hope (the lovely morning sky, ya know?) on a get-well card.
And this was purely a fluke, but ... count the leaves on the vine. (Can you guess where I'm going with this?) There are 8. And what is the cool challenge at CASual Fridays #121?
Have a wonderful weekend. As I mentioned, we are celebrating Thanksgiving on Sunday (there'll be 12 of us). The pumpkin soup is done, ham is baked (I've got a good recipe if you're interested), cranberry relish made, sweet potatoes just waiting for the 'mallows, cornbread muffins and banana bread ready... pumpkin pie and stuffing are on the agenda for today. Sure hope the bird thaws in time... I just love the way the house smells at this time of year. Un problemo - anyone wanna come clean my house?!?!?
On that note, thanks for visiting.
Supplies for hope heals:
Paper: cardbase Bringmann
Stamps: Inkadinkado, sentiment WPlus9
Ink : Distress, Versafine
Other: acrylic block, mini mister