Sunday, March 23, 2008

It's the little things that make life BIG

Although I don't personally celebrate it, I wanted to wish you all a Happy Easter!

I got 5 pages of my paper written yesterday and hopefully I can be just as productive today! I also spent a good amount of my time reading through "The Princeton Review's 170 best Law Schools". I can't believe college is almost over, but I think I am ready for this next step.

Today's card is from the series that I made for my grandparents. It is simple and elegant and I really like it! I used a marvy mega/giga punches for the circle and scallop and a SAB stamp set from last year. Easy! The ribbon is from May Arts.

Also, how true is that sentiment? It's always the small things that put a smile on my face, the text that say 'hope you did well on the test', the note in a package from my parents, getting someone who you can understand when you call customer service, a wave hello or just another smile!

Also
for the enabler in me, Hobby Lobby is having 50% off their stamps and ink pads!!!! VERY exciting. I wish they were open on Sundays so I could scoot down there now, but alas no luck!

9 comments:

Stampmouse said...

great card. congrats on getting your paper done.

by the way was gonzaga law school in that book?? I work with a bunch of lawyers and most went there. its a pretty expensive school though

Teresa said...

Lovely card, tfs!

Maureen said...

Very nice card!

Law school - how exciting! I'm actually a lawyer, but am only working as a law clerk right now. Good luck choosing a school!

Danyelle Kessler said...

Gorgeous card. Good luck with Law School, but sounds like you don't need it.

Heather said...

Very cute card! Drop me a line with you address so I can get your blog candy sent out to you.

Kari said...

Great card!! I love the saying! And the simplicity of the card too! Thanks for inspiring!!

Gia Harvey said...

Lovely card - like the combo of the colours.

Coley said...

Beautiful card x

Nardi said...

Looks great! TFS! Good luck with choosing your law school.