Heart Power

Hi all! Did you have a good weekend?  Ours was productive, which is always a good thing.  Not nearly enough craft room production though.  I know once school is back in session, that will change.  At least I hope it will!

Today I have an ABaC for you from Bugaboo.  If you have visited my blog often, you know that I am a HUGE Green Bay Packers fan.  I’m anxiously awaiting the start of the new football season in a few weeks and this year, I’ll be able to watch all of the games.  We just switched back to Direct TV with the NFL package and I’m super excited and happy about that.

I created my annual Packers schedule for the fridge.  This year, on our trip home, I was thrilled to find scrapbooking paper and stickers at the Packers Pro Shop.  The NFL doesn’t allow for anyone else to use official logos so the papers aren’t available in craft stores.  So I was very excited to get them.  My schedule this year features the Bugaboo Brat Sports – Football and a quote by Vince Lombardi.  It isn’t one of his more popular quotes, but I like the idea of heart power.

Once a man has made a commitment to a way of life, he puts the greatest strength in the world behind him.  It’s something we call heart power.  Once a man has made this commitment, nothing will stop him short of success.”

The football player has a Packers G from the sticker sheet on his Jersey.

It’s a quick and simple project!

Challenge Submissions
Craft Your Days Away — #52 Anything Goes

Heart Power
Stamps: Bugaboo Stamps Bugaboo Brats Sports – Football
Paper: Handsome Hunter, Harvest Gold, Neenah Solar White
Ink:
Copics:
Other Stuff: NFL Green Bay Packers stickers

Thanks so much for stopping by today!

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