My son has had a major meltdown at uni today, so I have spent most of the afternoon on the phone trying to calm him down. I think it has been building up over the last couple of weeks, he is currently a Deputy Stage Manager on a play that the uni is down and from what I can understand, the Director is very rude to him and the rest of the cast and crew. My son has a habit of taking on everyone else's problems, but then lands up stressing himself out. On top of that, he caught his Housemate self harming the other night as well, so he is worrying about that as well.
Anyway, to cut a long story short, he has taken a comment the wrong way and instead of talking to his tutor about it, he has lost his temper and broken a chair. It has taken over an hour to talk him into sorting it out with his tutor. Trying to explain that losing your temper only makes thing worse was hard work.
Anyway, my card tonight is part of another order. The digital stamp is called Winter Wryn from Tiddly Inks and it has been coloured using Copics and ProMarkers.
Other materials used are:
White card stock
Pink card stock
Double sided adhesive sheets
Spellbinders Scallop Edge die set
Die'sire Snowing Is Falling die set
Crystal Glamour Dust glitter
I am entering this card into the following challenges:
Crafting With Dragonflies Challenge Blog - Whatever The Weather
A Gem Of A Challenge - Snowmen / Women
Catch The Bug Challenge Blog - Sketch
I Love ProMarkers Challenge Blog - Snowman
Sunny Day Crafting - Anything Goes
Tiddly Inks Challenge - Frosty Feeling
Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge Blog - Anything Goes
CAS-ual Fridays - Glitter And Snowflakes
Inspiration Destination Challenge Blog - Anything Goes
Simon's Wednesday Challenge Blog - Ice Inspiration
C.R.A.F.T. Challenge - Winter
Make My Monday Challenge Blog - Show Me A Snowman
The Paper Girls Challenge Blog - Snowmen
Creative Craft Cottage - Use Die Cuts
Creative Moments - Anything Goes
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes
Passion For ProMarkers - Use Your Dies
In The Pink - Christmas
That's all for now.