waiting for the first line to come. Alas, it does not.
So, maybe, instead, we'll just cut to the picture:
First, I have to say that this looks much better in real life. The cardstock warped when I painted on the gold(ish) hexagons and the top left corner ends up looking dirty in the picture. :( Wilna Furstenburg recently mentioned on the Paperclipping Roundtable that she uses watercolor paper because it's thicker than American Crafts cardstock and doesn't warp. One of these days, I'm going to have to try some, because the warping gets on my nerves. Although, here's the irony: it looks fine once I put it in the album, since the page protector is snug enough to keep it in check. So the warping gets on my nerves because it doesn't photograph well...or show up on the blog well. And since I am more likely to scroll through my blog than actually flip through my album, the warping bugs me. :P
And if you enjoy watching process videos, here's one for this layout:
And if you're not a process video watcher, I'll share some sad news from the video. I think my Silhouette died this weekend. (insert, big crying frowny face, with big, fat tears of despair) I tried cutting a word, and the software showed that it cut, but the machine didn't budge. Thinking that maybe my cable was bad, I saved the design to an SD card and inserted it into the machine. Normally you hit the pause button to enter the SD card menu but when I hit the pause button the menu would flash for a nano second and go back to the normal screen. I'm simply beside myself that one of my most prized possessions has bit the dust.
I think that rather than sit here whining about it, I'm going to take advantage of the time difference between Ohio and Utah and call Silhouette's customer service and see if they can't talk me through the fix. (IhopeIhopeIhopeIhope!)
Sorry I'm not more chatty. Maybe next time. Thanks for stopping by!