Quick notes: Little girl from Need a Cuddle was stamped on white cardstock and then colored with Watercolor Wonder Crayons and a blender pen before being cut out with the Coluzzle oval template. The next larger oval size was used to cut a piece of Night of Navy cardstock. Wish I had the Nestabilities but I don't so this will work for now. :) The edges of both ovals were distressed with the Distressor Tool and then the Night of Navy layer was paper pierced. A couple pieces of Close to Cocoa Prints Designer paper were layered on Chocolate Chip cardstock before a piece of Brocade Blue wide grosgrain was added. After which a second piece of ribbon (Chocolate Chip taffeta) was tied around the whole layer and knotted. At this point a sentiment was stamped and glammed up a bit and all of the pieces were adhered together and mounted on a Night of Navy card base.
All images copyright Paper Pretties. Stamps: Need a Cuddle. Paper: Night of Navy, Chocolate Chip, white, Close to Cocoa Prints Designer. Ink: Black. Other: Watercolor Wonder Crayons, blender pen, Coluzzle cutting system, mat pack, paper piercer, vintage brads, Brocade Blue wide grosgrain ribbon, Chocolate Chip taffeta ribbon, Stampin' dimensionals.
A Belt, a Kitchen Cabinet Door and the need for a Light Bulb
What happens when you combine the above three things and throw in a dash of klutziness? One seriously broken door. Only I could manage to somehow hook the back of my Belt around the door handle of one Cabinet Door while digging through another cabinet for a Light Bulb. Add in a little klutziness and take the Law of Gravity into account and the Cabinet Door never stood a chance of winning that situation... he he he.
Here's a picture of the door not too long after its meet up with my belt.
Oddly enough, I'm not upset by this at all. My first reaction was surprise that I managed to break the door and then a big dose of humor. Of course if you think the broken door is funny you should check out how I fixed it
Kind of looks like a wrapped gift, doesn't it? LOL! Hopefully once I remove all the restraints the door will refrain from falling to pieces once again... hopefully. :)
P.S. I know this isn't a permanent fix but I'm not too worried about it... 'cause I've got a couple of woodworkers in the family and worst come to worst I hire 'em to make me a bunch of new cabinet doors. And wouldn't that be horrible? A face lift for my kitchen :).