Tuesday, October 26, 2010

CAS90 - Gingham and Checks

This card is for the Splitcoaststampers CAS90 Gingham and Checks Challenge. Our 8th Grade son went on an overnight band trip yesterday with dad as a chaperone. The controlled chaos at the school when I dropped my husband off couldn't help but make me be thankful for all the work that the teachers do (I was also very thankful that I am NOT a teacher)! This card also fits into Glenda's Random A Musing Challenge 88 - Pop Up your Sentiment! I cut the apple with my Slice; paper and sentiment are from A Muse.
What has your weather been like today? I spent some time in the hallway with the dog and the fish while the tornado sirens were going off - The field trip bus had to pull over to let everyone shelter in a hospital until the storm passed through - Can't wait for my family to be all together in one room again!


Kimberly Jones said...

Very cute! Love the popped up sentiment! We had storm sirens too, but it's all over now, and I wish it would just rain all day!

jen said...

So fun! And controlled (barely?) chaos doesn't appeal to me either!! I am also VERY grateful for wonderful teachers!!!
It's pouring here- but thankfully we don't even know what a tornado siren sounds like! Hope you're all together soon!

Glenda said...

This is so adorable! Great colours and I love your apple.
Thanks for playing!

veronica said...

pretty apple!

Rachael Burdick said...

I can't even imagine living where you have to deal with tornado sirens and shelters. We had to deal with heavy wind and rain all day today with chances of thunderstorms. I like how you did your sentiment. I always forget that I can do that.