Daily Archives: January 18, 2013

Boston – Feelin’ Satisfied

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I was reminded today how much I love this Boston song.

Well come on all you people
The time has come to get together
You’ve got to have a little rock and roll music
To get you through the stormy weather
Just do whatever you feel
When you let go
Nothing’s gonna help you more than rock and roll

Oh come on now put your hands together
Yeah come on put your hands together
Oh come on you know it’s now or never take a chance on rock and roll

Oooh are you feelin’ satisfied?
Come on let us give your mind a ride
Oooh, are you ready tonight?
Come on let us give your mind a ride
It’s up to you you can do what you like
Come on let us give your mind a ride

Well you know that funky feeling
Is what you need to get you through
Yeah you outta know I’ll tell you something
Don’t let your troubles get to you
Cause win or lose it’s all right
When you let go
Nothing’s gonna help you more than rock and roll

Oh come on put your hands together
Yeah come on put your hands together
Oh come on you know it’s now or never take a chance on rock and roll

Oooh are you feelin’ satisfied?
Come on let us give your mind a ride
Oooh, are you ready tonight?
Come on let us give your mind a ride
It’s up to you you can do what you like
Come on let us give your mind a ride

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Card for a Girl with a ribbon bow tutorial

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This is a continuation of yesterday’s post about General cards for girls. Sandy Allnock, president of Operation Write Home, has put out a request for cards for kids that heroes can send home to the little peeps in their life.

My other cards had twine accents. I decided to use the ribbon bow tutorial that Sandy put up while at CHA. I love that this trick saves on the amount of ribbon I had to use – I can make two cards with the amount of ribbon I would have used on one if I’d had to carry it onto the back of the cardfront.

Wausau Fleck cardstock front, solid pink is from Core-dinations Botanicals pack, patterns from DCWV The Stack. Sentiment is Studio G Lynette Anderson Taylor in Memento Tuxedo Black. Ribbon is from Michaels. Ribbon ends secured with dotted tape. This also helps to conceal the holes that I punched in the card.