This blog is generally dedicated to card making using a variety of scrap booking papers, layouts, and designs, and the occasional blurb about challenges that I encounter raising my son who has Asperger's Syndrome.
For today's favorite color challenge over at OWH, I used some pink dot and girly words paper I picked up on sale at Hobby Lobby from the single sheet aisle. This is a huge break from my man-card marathon of late...this card is extra girly and features hot pink,lime green, black, and white. Of course once I have all my stuff out I never make just one card so the girly card below makes use of the OWH sketch 15 by Bev - I added the little flower embellishment and jewels for a focal point!
Okay here are some of the man cards I've also been working on this week, the first two of which are also based on Bev's sketch 15. Originally I was attempting to get them shipped before the deadline for father's day however, I may just wait until I have another full box to ship since they can really be used for any occasion in need of a man card.
Here' another card suitable for a woman in the same scheme as the above man card. Again I just had these papers out so I kept going. Thanks for looking and have a happy scrapp'n Wednesday!
I'm a 40 year old Momma "Warrior". I have two children; a daughter -19 in college and a son - 8 in the second grade. My son was diagnosed at 6 with a mild Autistic Spectrum Disorder known as Asperger's Syndrome. AS is a neurological disorder that hinders a child's ability to function socially either by verbal impairment or by their inability to interpret social situations as a typical child would. Many kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders are terribly misunderstood because they often appear normal and have average to above average IQ but are often delayed by several years across many other areas of development.