It’s the day before a 6.5 ton satellite is supposed to plummet to the earth. The likelihood of it actually hitting anyone is 1 in 3200, according to NASA. When there is only a 10% chance of something happening, I am in that 10% that it happens to. So I’m writing this tonight so you’ll have something to read tomorrow if I’m the ONE.
|Digital stamps by Faith Skrdla. Paper is Delight by Nancy Rowe Janitz|
The song “Don’t Worry: Be Happy” has been the song in my head today. It makes me think back to the “Happy Bee-Day” digital stamps from Faith Skrdla. They were the February freebies on her Designed 2 Delight website in 2010. Since the whole digital stamping thing was new to me, she answered a lot of questions. Instead of having her artwork engraved into rubber and mounted on a block of wood, she saved it as a digital file. The digital stamps didn’t take up any space on my over-crowded rubber stamp shelves! They didn’t even need cleaned. No inky fingers until I colored the images! My computer printer did the “stamping” for me.
Do you have a printer? Can you fold a piece of paper in half? Can you color? If you answered “yes” to 2 of those 3 questions, then you can create a homemade card!
BTW, I’m not worried about getting struck by a satellite the size of a bus; but if I do, the happy part might be a stretch. Keep an eye on the sky tomorrow and ---Don’t worry. Be happy!