Two weeks of constant emails (home and office), phones ringing, clothes piling up, dishes in the sink, reports due, meetings back to back, and the list just goes on. It seems that I continue to function at full speed and yet at the end of the day that sense of accomplishment seems to evade me, and even the anticipation of sleep comes with a sense of dread because there is the task of showering and re-dressing myself.
But finally with a body destined to collapse at any moment, my very being is allowed to relax and release all the stressors that was imposed upon it, in the comfort of a warm and cozy bed. Home at last...ahh the joy of home.
Today was an off-day for me so I used it to catch up on some much needed sleep and then decided that I needed to acknowledge our upcoming Halloween celebration and what better way is there to celebrate a holiday; a greeting card of course! Here is my easy to make greeting card.
My card size is 5 x 7 and can be made with very few supplies. All I used was Bazzill card-stock (black and lavendar) and a Paper House 3-D Design to create the front of my card.
I used part of the packaging from the 3-D design to finish off the inside of the card along with stamps from Hero Arts and Graphic 45 to create a space for a personal message as well as a computer generated "spooky greeting" inside the card.
So there you have my contribution to Halloween until the 31st when the little kiddies make their rounds.
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Sweet Pea Stampers - Halloween (10/22)
Sister Act Card Challenge #78 - Anything Goes (10/16)
Simply Create #72 - Halloween/Lots of Orange (10/23)
QKR Stampede #108 - Delightfully Frightful (10/16)
Designs by Lisa - Halloween (10/16)
Dragons Lair Designs - Anything Goes (10/31)