Thursday, February 26, 2015

Hello

Hello

I seriously need to start packing up this room rather than stamping.
It's just that I haven't had as much time lately so I'm taking advantage of it while I can.
Who wouldn't right?

Sunday I cased Sue's card HERE as she was the Featured Stamper.
I LOVE rainbows and was really inspired by hers.

This is what I created.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Thanks

Yeah!
Today is my day off!
LOL two days of work so far this week.

Here I created a CAS card using the Freshly Made Sketch below.
This was the first of my five cards on Sunday.
It's hard to tell in the photo but I stamped Darling Dots in White Craft ink onto the mint card stock. In real life it's easy to see.
In hindsight I should have maybe embossed with white ep :(



Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Grateful

Day two of back to work.

Counting down until summer vacation time :)

Here's a card I created using Karen's sketch below.
I just love her simple layouts!


I finally used these cool Gratitude dies from MFT!



Monday, February 23, 2015

Behind the clouds, the sun is shining

Hi!

Today I'm back with another card created on Sunday.
I'm going to try and have a card posted each day this week ;)

While starting to pack up my room I found some older MFT goodies.



Sunday, February 22, 2015

Happy Birthday to a Wonderful Friend

Well HELLO :)

Sorry for being away and not being a very good blogger.
We just got back from a week long vacation in Vegas....ahhhhh wish I was still there!
Things are going to be a little sporadic for the next few weeks as I'll be packing up to move....a few blocks....lol
Looking forward to our new place and a little more space! This spare room is really tiny or maybe it's because I have so much stuff ;) 

Today while watching the Daytona 500 I created FIVE cards!
I feel sooooooo good!

This first one was created using Jen's Deconstructed Sketch.

I can remember when I bought every.single.new.paper pack.
LOL!
Now I rarely reach for pattern papers.
With embossing folders, mixed media and dies there doesn't seem to be as much need for them.

Thanks for stopping by today!