I’m listening to the news and they are saying the Atlanta area may get 6-8 inches of snow from Sunday to Monday – what??  That is very unusual for us to get that much snow really to get hardly any snow… it just doesn’t happen much here and this winter we already had black ice that shut down all travel all around us causing people to abandon their cars in the middle of the road, we had snow on Christmas for the first time in well over 100 years and now a major snow/ice storm is headed our way.  So while we plan for all this cold (and I know some of you are laughing at us, but since we rarely get snow we just aren’t equipped to handle it – so it becomes a major issue) today’s stamping project is a warm sunny project.  Actually it is my “summer” Simply Adorned Charm insert from the class I had recently.

For the class we made inserts of each season, plus the owl I showed yesterday and also a monogram insert.  This is the front and back of the summer insert.  The stamp set is A Flower for all Seasons. I love the images in this little stamp set.  These are stamped with Black StazOn ink and then colored with Stampin’ Write Markers.  There is some sponging around the edges with Soft Suede ink and some faux stitching.

The idea of the torn corner with the red behind it is from my friend Michelle – she made one like this but it has been so long ago since I have seen it I don’t know how similar mine ended up being like hers.  I added a tiny Linen Thread bow around the pot – I love Linen Thread.  Teeny Tiny art is what you get with the Simply Adorned charms.

Think warm thoughts.  Crossing fingers it all comes and goes so I don’t have any troubles driving to Nashville on Wednesday morning for the Stampin’ Up! Leadership conference.  I hope everyone that is traveling arrives safely at their destinations –  be careful out there…