The card making mojo, that is.
A, completely unrelated, observation:
buying a bathing suit in Sweden in November is noooot the easiest adventure one can venture into... If you're, additionally, part of the very small minority (*cough cough*) that can't dress in a sucking straw and fit a friend in there as well, it's even harder. It's probably against the law to even consider swimming, if you're not looking good and chic in a bathing suit that's so ... um... ungenerously cut across the bosoms that you're baring half of them. In the sides.
I can't help but wonder what went on in the designers' heads?
"Ahaaa! I'm pretty sure anyone who'd ever want to step into the water is a sylphid with a streamlined figure and a close to non-existent bum. Of course! Sooo, let's make our swimsuits in a way that makes them almost impossible to even get into, has a boxer-top-cut in the froooont, aaaand let's also make them so slim around the hip area that they almost fall to pieces is someone with something above size 0 even looks at them? Sound good? YAY!"
Needless to say: the ONE and only suit I found that actually fit and didn't show a LOT more than I am comfortable with was more than double what the others cost. Bugger.
But that wasn't the point.
What also isn't the point is that I'm now the proud "aunt" of a beautiful boy named ♥Emil♥. He's brown, has four legs and is all furry, used to be referred to as Thomas Paine and I'm longing like crazy to finally get to meet him!
So, what IS the point?
A card. Made for a SomeOddGirl challenge to create dimension. For a pop-dot-oholic like me, that wasn't too hard. Flat cards are trickier. But I had so much fun!
...aaaand here's the result: