Sometimes, it's good to make a card for yourself, with a message you need to hear because, by golly, you're worth it!
Today's card came out of the Inspiration Challenge for this week from Splitcoast, hosted by the amazing Audrie. My inspiration came from this graphic on the website Dribbble, which has some very cool graphic art on it.
Here's my card. To myself. Because I need it.
It's so easy to cut a mask for a stamp with a bunch of straight lines. Simple, clean, crisp.
I'm climbing a metaphorical mountain right now, and it's a little bit (okay, a lot) intimidating. My days as a stay-at-home mom are numbered as my older son closes in on college. It's all going to work out somehow, and it may even work out the way I want it to work out. But I'm climbing a mountain carrying a career gap of 18 years.
How in the world do you explain that on a curriculum vitae?
Anyway, I've got this.
If I say it enough, maybe I'll start to believe it!
Mercy, grace, peace, and love,
stamps: Papertrey Warmest Wishes, Watercolor Wonder, Keep It Simple Encouragement
ink: Hero Arts sky blue, Archival black
paper: Papertrey white
accessories: post-it and scissors for mask