Hubby and I went to Seattle in 2014 for our 25 anniversary. We had a great time.
I'm sure that anyone who knows Seattle knows the Crab Pot. All I can say is it's probably a good thing I don't live there because I'd have some serious weight issues. This was an absolutely delicious meal - and the atmosphere was unbeatable.
We think, when Tom retires, that Seattle may very well become our new home. We both loved it. More than anywhere else we've ever been (well, maybe not more than Italy, but close...)
This is for the One Page Sketch Challenge ~ Sketch 2
~ Pick A Technique
~ Mixed Media
~ 5 Ingredients
Thanks for stopping by. And if you get to Seattle, be sure to eat at the Crab Pot. Especially if the Dungeness Crabs are in season. I'm just saying.
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TECHNIQUE DETAILS for anyone interested.
The little crab is a die cut that I got at HL. He's sprayed with Buccanneer Blue Moonshadow Mist from Lindy's Stamp Gang. The ribbon is made from washi tape which I folded back onto itself. It was kind of a pain, so I don't know that I'll do that on a regular basis, but I do kind of like the look of it. I had some bling lines that I cut apart to dress up the end. The little sign is from an embellishment pack that I got years and years ago - like way back in 2008 or so and the little heart brad is almost that old as well. The letters are old Thickers brand which I got in a Peachy Cheap deal of the day - it's got to have been at least 5 years ago... The red polka dot paper is from my scrap bin. I think it's from a Christmas paper pack. The red stripe , the blue starfish, and the blue script papers are all from a Paper Studio nautical pack that I got at Hobby Lobby. The blue polka dot paper is from Authentique.