Laptop Makeover: Hello Beautiful!
My laptop needed a little love - and a way to tell it apart from my husband's. ;) Courtney Lee from Court's Crafts here and Doodlebug to my rescue!
I wanted the writing to face the person looking at it. I thought that if I were in a public place and someone looked at this and it made them feel beautiful or good for a moment, wouldn't that be something? Without saying a word we could make someone's day a little brighter.
I was in LOVE with these fonts. Did you know that the owner Cynthea wrote the "hello"!?!?! Incredible! The heart was an afterthought that I just loved. My 4 year old chose the yellow and I love it.
Anyone who knows me well knows that I LOVE the rain. So this little storm cloud with happy rainbow drops just had my name all over it (which is why I used it in the card below twice too!!!). We have been in a severe drought for almost a decade and have just gotten so much rain. I am loving every second. In fact, it's raining as I write this.
I am TOTALLY in love with my new laptop look and BONUS: since my cloud is made from Dry Erase Vinyl I can write any super important notes or reminders on my cloud! :)
Sunshine Shaped Card
I haaaad to use this amazing umbrella. My first design had the umbrella right side up. Then we were listening to Winnie the Pooh on tape (inspiration comes from the craziest places sometimes!) and Pooh and Christopher Robin ride in an umbrella as a boat to go save Piglet. I thought - wouldn't it be cute to have the little critters inside riding in the umbrella!? :)
Isn't it the tweetest (sorry I couldn't resist) thing to have the little blue bird friends whispering in their ears?! I used Glossy Accents on the rain drops and top and bottom of umbrella. In person they look so wonderfully wet!
I attached my sentiment to the inside and it shows through perfectly when the card is closed. A little "sunshine peeking through" as it were. :)
Wouldn't you want to be huddled in that umbrella with them as well? :)
What would you make with our cut files!? :) I would love to hear!