After a wonderful and completely exhausting week in Pittsburgh, I'm back home. I have so many thoughts in my head right now it's a miracle I can walk around and respond coherently to other human beings.
At least I think I'm responding coherently. Oh, heavens. Please let me be coherent.
Needless to say, when I hit my craft desk today after a week and a half absence, I felt the need for white space and simplicity.
After all, do sentiments really need an image?
This card was born of a need for religious thinking-of-you cards to send out ASAP. You try spending a week in a conference room with 350 other people who all worship the same God and not walk away with a bunch of stories of sorrow, grief, and stress.
It can't be done.
So in my brain-impaired state, I figured this lovely, simple, sans-serif font could stand alone. And it does. It's from Beautiful Blessings by Papertrey Ink.
So I'm back, and as CAS as ever. I hope to catch up on commenting on the OLS#8 challenge entries this week. If you haven't played along, I hope you will! And I hope to get stamping--perhaps even with some images--in the next few days.
Thank you all for your good wishes and prayers while I was away last week. I have a few stories I'll share soon!
stamps: Papertrey Beautiful Blessings
paper: Papertrey white
accessories: corner rounder