I used the Pentel White Sunburst Gel pen to create this card. First, I stamped the main image on kraft cardstock and highlighted it with the Pentel Sunburst pen. I then tore strips of Stampin’ Up! First Edition paper and Bashful Blue cardstock for the left border. I punched out my main image with a circle punch, and distressed it with a dark chocolate ink around the edge of the circle, and mounted that focal point with foam dimensionals. I then stamped the sentiment in black ink on the front of the card.
Today is Monday, January 31. This is the last day to send in your National Handwriting Day letters to our troops. They must be postmarked by midnight tonight. Now that’s motivation!
Compelling Lucidity In hand you have two items to read. One is an email, and the other is a hand written letter. Which gets read first? Which gets read, and saved, and reread? If you are like me, the email is not really read but rather scanned quickly and replied to just as quick. The letter though deserves more attention, more time, and more devotion because that is what the writer put into it. As I pondered this about two years ago, I found that letter writing is hard work ...
I I noticed that some days I choose a Pentel pen with black ink, while other days I choose purple…but why? Does it correspond with the current mood or setting I am in? I decided to do a little research on the meaning behind color choices in general. Here is what I found:
And the Oscar goes to… Wait, before we get to that point we have to have our nominee list. Now that the Golden Globe winners have been announced, the next big award show is the Academy Awards. The 2011 nominees will be named tomorrow and the show is scheduled for February 27. Have you made your list yet? I took my trusty Pentel Sign Pen to write down my nominees for best picture (in no particular order):