The other day Dr. John peeked at my blog and noticed something....
Dr. John: "Hey, you've lost a follower!!"
V: "Yeah, I noticed that...thanks for reminding me! So....what do you think is the problem?"
( grrrrr....I knew he has no answers, but I just had to see what he has to say and often times, he cracks me up)
Dr. John: "Grammar!"
V: "WHAT!? Why yes, you are absolutely right! After all, English is my 2nd language!"
I love Dr. John's answer....it's not my poor card designs that turn people off after all... I am trying hard to convince myself. Just a few days ago, I was commenting to a blog friend about her losing a follower. I wrote this:
From Virginia L.: " I don't take Donald Trumps' advice often...but this I like It's nothing personal...it's just business!. Well, we all had people un-following our blogs from time to time. It may sting a bit, but perhaps this person just has too much on her/his plate and they may be personal reasons...(remember, it's nothing personal!). I don't dwell on the reasons, as long as I am happy with my blog and people are loving to visit, that's all matters!"
With this, I like to turn negative into positive...And thank your for reading this (if you are still here and remain to be my followers)!
With my card today, I think it shows you how wonderful it is to save the negative diecut and use it in the most positive way. This card was
a reject not picked for publication, but look! I can share it right here with you :) Double YAY!
Card stock: Bazzill Basics, Earth Layering Paper (Hero Arts)
Stamps: Happy Holidays by Hero Arts, Ornate Ornament by Lawn Fawn, Ticket Frame (Hero Arts –Sizzix Die Cut)
Inks: Versamark (Tsukineko)
Embossing Powder: Stampendous (white, detail), Martha Stewart (red)
Accents: Perfect Pearl Dimensional Glue (white and blue), Stickles (Rangers), 3D Pop Dots (EK Success)
That's it for today. I am so addicted to blogging/card-making and I promise you a blog break from me in the coming month. Thanks for sticking around.