Here’s a celebration card using Mo Manning and Make it Crafty images which always combine so well. This one can also be used for birthdays and other occasions! The sentiment is orphaned stamp from a Stampin’ Up! set but was kept around for its versatility.
Challenge: Fresh Brewed Designs – Challenge #28 (Celebrate)
Challenge: Creative Inspirations – Challenge #50 (new stamp)
Challenge: Stampin’ B’s -Challenge #91 (Celebration)
Main Stamp: Celebrate (MMS) and Crooket Picket Fence (MiC)
Patterned Paper: School Spirit (Crate Paper)
Metal Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Eleven
-skin/hair: E11, E13, E15, E17, W4, W6, W8
-clothes: E41, E42, E43, YR12, YR14, YR18, R22, R24, R27, R29, R89
-dog: YR20, YR21, YR23, YR24
-fence: E41, E42, E43, E44, E47
-confetti: YG63, E42, YG23, BG72, YR14
-ground: YG93, YG97, G99, YG93, YG95
-other: YG63, YG67, BG72, BG75
Did you know? The origin of the hourglass is unclear and is possible that the creator of the first sand clock was an 8th-century monk named Luitprand, who served at the cathedral in Chartes, France. However, it was not until the 14th century that the hourglass was seen commonly, the earliest firm evidence being a depiction in the 1338 fresco Allegory of Good Government painted by Ambrogio Lorenzetti. The hourglass is believed to have originated in medieval Europe. Hourglasses were very popular on board ships, as they were the most dependable measurement of time while at sea. Unlike the clepsydra, the water clock, the motion of the ship while sailing did not affect the hourglass.