Friday, May 29, 2009


It's hot here. Past 90 degrees. That's 32 or more, for my Canadian friends. I have a personal belief that there is no need for the temperature to ever go past 85. And yet, I choose to live in the high desert. Ah, well. I can grow peaches, daffodils, and tomatoes, right?

We made these cute decorated water bottles in May--great for end of school gifts, birthdays, any time you need a small but thoughtful gift!

Stamps: Really Retro (a completely under-valued set, in my opinion!)
Paper: Rose Red, Riding Hood Red, Whisper White, Pink Pirouette, various DSP
Ink: Rose Red, Riding Hood Red, Kiwi Kiss, Summer Sun
Accessories: 1 1/4" circle punch, glue dots


Lorie said...

What a great idea! I live in the high desert, too and we are to get to 91 today...wonder if that will be a record for the end of May? Stay cool!

Beedubya said...

It's 4 degrees here this morning, Amy. But I concur, 32 is TOO hot. I'm just waiting for summer to actually show up! Very cute drink packets!

Michelle said...

Is it muggy? I hate muggy. When it gets hot here, it's humid and muggy and sweaty and just drains me. But when I go to SLC, it's dry. So sure it was 106-but I wasn't sweating! LOL!
What a cute idea for water bottles!

Ellen aka Chipper (SCS) said...

What a wonderful idea! With the hot and humid Tennessee summers, this would be a hit. How crafty you are!!