maybe not. WE TV is hosting a full day of My Fair Wedding with David Tutera - a FULL day! So while I watch, I color. I've seen a gorgeous India/China fusion wedding, a shabby chic wedding, a Hawaiian wedding, and a Mad Men totally sixties wedding (which so far has been my fav). I wish I had a teensy tiny bit of the design flair that David Tutera has. He can take a small vision and turn it into a dream. But the most amazing thing about him is his ability to make any woman feel like a princess and every woman should feel like a princess on her wedding day. I wouldn't have changed anything about my wedding (we were married in the little stone church in Mammoth in Yellowstone National Park) but it could have used a little of David's flair. Lucky is the woman who gets to have a wedding designed by him.
It's also a dreary cold rainy day in Central Illinois so we can't work in the yard. Temps in the high 40s and the heater has been on in the greenhouse since yesterday afternoon. Hubs wanted to work outside but since he's spending so much time under the gazebo measuring for the lattice, rain just creates mud for him to work in. On the plus side, this rain will help the robins to build nests; it's been too dry for mud lately.
This is the first of three cards I've finished so far today. I'm addicted to Saturated Canary. Krista's images are so easy to bring to life and this sassy little miss is one of my favorites. I ordered some of the Hug Snug seam binding from E-bay and colored it with my copic reinker R83 which colored it beautifully. I see why crafters are using seam binding for bows.