Wednesday, October 24, 2012

7 Kids College Fund - Thankful

Hi everyone, how are you on this Wednesday!  I'm off to work and trying desperately to get through the day.  I got home late last night, okay it was 8 o'clock, but that is late for me and since I leave the house at 7am I had more than a 12 hour day.  I was glad for once to be out though as I went to a free concert at my church.  They had a wonderful youth choir from Africa come in and it was so spectacular.  The group is called Watoto and they travel singing to advocate for orphaned children in Africa.  You can find more out about them by clicking HERE to get to their website.  I have to thank the religious ed. director at our church for getting them to make us a stop on their tour.

This brings to me to our current challenge at 7 Kids College Fund, Being Thankful  I know after watching these amazing kids and listening to their stories I am grateful for all that I have in my life.  For my project I used the Magnolia image, Tilda with Lovely Jam.

Materials I Used on My Project:
Copic Markers
Cryogen White paper
Memento Tuxedo Black In pad
 Spellbinder's Classic Oval and Scalloped oval dies
Cheery Lynn Flourish die
Wild Orchid Flowers
Glossy Accents
Unity KOM October 2012 sentiment stamp
IRock glitter embellishments

Here's a closer look at my colored Tilda.

Well, that's it for me at the moment.  I hope you can take the time to come and play along with us.  The other  7 Kids DT ladies have created some fabulous projects for your inspiration.  I hope you can take some time to stop by the challenge blog and check them out!
Thanks so much for stopping by today,

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