Heather wears green well! I like how she manages to get an awesome color that she is not accustomed to working with to bring out her beautiful eyes!
"Green?" Really? This is not going to be easy!!! So the quiz tells me I have green blood, but what exactly does that mean? Well, I will tell you . . .
Green Bloods have a tranquil nature and their emotions are balanced, but when they do tip, watch out. Green Bloods try to be optimistic ones, so they don't have to spend time feeling uncomfortable in worry. Green Bloods usually have acute senses that are sharp, eyes for finding the needle in the haystack, ears to listen to wispy whispers, and a nose to be rejuvenated by the pine needle scent in the forest, scented candles, and flowers erupting from the ground. They enjoy socializing with others greatly.
I must admit, this is a pretty good description of me! My hubby agrees, especially with the "watch out" part and the acute senses, which he deems is because of my OCD! LOL! He just might be right!
And though this might be an accurate description of me, I still wasn't sure how I was going to do a monochromatic layout about it. I first decided though that since the quiz describes none other then me, that I would do a layout of . . . you got it . . . ME! And ever since I heard the song "Free To Be Me" by Christian artist Francesca Battistelli, I knew I wanted to do a layout of myself with that title and some of the song lyrics. Still, green?
Thank heavens for Basic Gray! lol! I pulled out these patterned papers from the Boxer Collection. I then found some cardstock to match and went to town! I really hate ripping paper but I always love how it turns out!! The bling and flower are by Prima, the butterfly from Petaloo, the title was done using AC Thickers, and the date/flower stem stickers are also by Basic Gray (Marjolaine collection).
So, even though I wasn't sure about using green, I was thrilled with how it turned out! The journaling/lyrics say "Cause I got a couple dents in my fender, got a couple rips in my jeans, try to put the pieces together but perfection is my enemy (OCD C: ). On my own I'm so clumsy, but on Your shoulders I can see, I'm free to be me and You're free to be You. . . But You look at my heart and You tell me that I've got all You seek." Isn't that the truth? No matter what I have been through, God sees what's in my heart and it is in Him that I am "Free to be Me"! He loves me regardless!