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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Tiny bubbles................

Ever wonder what would happen if you put a drop (or two) of shampoo into a hot tub?  Well Paul decided to conduct his own experiment and this is what it looked like!

The next morning I still had soap bubbles all over my deck!  I have no idea if this has done any damage to our hot tub or not but I can tell you that "Suave does what theirs does for less!"   lol

On the stamping side of things, here is a great card that I just had to share!  This card was created by a member of my downline, Jane, for a recent swap that we did.

The card was created with new In Colors from the 2011-2012 IBC!  The card itself is created from Island Indigo and the layers are Pool Party and

Front of the card
  whisper white.  The leaf/floral image on the front is done with Lucky Limeade with a bit of Island Indigo splashed in.   The perfect embellishment was created using the new floral lace border punch!

................. Until tomorrow!
Jane is known for making the inside of her cards
just a beautiful as the front!


  1. Rene' GillespieJuly 29, 2011 at 7:43 PM

    How old is Paul??? My boys did this a few years back in my mom's whirlpool bathtub---she wasn't amused, but I laughed and grabbed the camera!! What's a mother to do in a situation like this? They were told to get a bath and use soap???? hahaha
    Enjoy "tiny bubbles"

  2. Rene'

    Paul is like having a 2nd child around--this is why I only gave birth to one child! LOL I did find it very amusing because I knew that I wouldn't be the one to clean up afterwards.

    I will tell you that the foam bubbles hung around on our deck, despite the 85+ degree temps, for 2 days!!!!

    Thanks for following!

  3. Rene' GillespieJuly 30, 2011 at 1:55 PM

    Those were some powerful bubbles only a man could produce!! Have fun and keep up the fantastic blog!! I enjoy your creativity! Thanks for sharing!