10.05.2021

For Fox Sake

 I mean, it's only been five years. That's not all that long in the grand scheme of things, now is it?

It is?

Okay. Fine. It is.

But, here's the deal...I've done a lot in those five years. I was working at Spotify and that kept me pretty busy and doing a bit of traveling, and then I left Spotify and went to work at DraftKings, where I work now and love super lots. We had a kid, so, that's pretty huge. He's coming up on 2 1/2 now and keeps us VERY busy. And there was the whole Covid thing.... Oh... and come to think of it we bought a house in there somewhere, too. A house that needs constant work that we are constantly working on. So, yeah..... lots of stuff happened in those five years.

On the crafting front, well, I haven't been designing for companies and I haven't been playing the publication game for a few years now. I miss it a little. I have done some crafting when I have time here and there, but lately, I have really been trying to jump back in and I am LOVING it! So, here we are. Dusting off this old blog. Because I like making things and I like sharing those things with others. YAY!


This seems an appropriate card after a five year 'break'. HA! 

I love this super fun stamp and die set from Picket Fence Studio! It isn't brand new, but you can still find it here. And there are SO MANY adorable images in this set!!!! I love it. I do apologize that my stash is not all filled with the latest and greatest anymore. I will have some newer stuff sometimes and I will also be using my old faves that I've had around or things I pick up just because I love them.

I colored him with Copics after stamping with Gina K. Amalgam black ink. I die cut him and popped him for that fun 'in motion' look. the partial circles are just some washi tape stuck onto cardstock and then punched with a good ol' Martha Stewart circle punch. 


And, that my friends, is what I have for you today! Thanks for stopping by! I missed you!

2 comments:

  1. What a fabulous fun and foxy card, Jennifer! Clearly your five-year hiatus has not weakened your talent one little bit. With so many bloggers moving to Instaland, it's wonderful to have such a talented crafter coming back to Blogland! And congratulations for all your major life events of the last five years, particularly making an entire human bean! Hugs, Darnell

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  2. So very excited to see you back - sure have missed you! You were always such an inspiration. Congratulations on all the magic that you've experienced - WOW! Paper Hugs.

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