Saturday, December 29, 2007

Are you ready for a New Year?

What are your goals for the New Year? Last New Years Eve my sister and I made a "Life List". I have only done a few things on my list this year- I ate Elk, and I rode in a helicopter. I also added TN to my list of states visited.My sister on the other hand got a good chunk of hers done. When we do one thing, it is replaced with something new.
I know this will sound silly- but I did not get enough of Christmas! LOL The creating part, that is. I still have several things on my list I didn't get finished in time for this year. MAYBE, if I start now I will be ready next year??

Here are a couple of the cards I made for Jessica's card tin this year.

All Images are from The Angel Company. The papers are some that I have been "saving" for something special. LOL

Until later~

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Quick sneak peek

Guess what came in the mail yesterday.......

the brand new TAC Inspiration Book. Oh my goodness, I have such a long wish list!! There are several sets that can be used for Faithbooking. And the new papers are so gorgeous!!! I can not wait for you to see everything!!

Ok, off to do some more drooling.

BTW- the new doggy is doing great, her and Hailey are bestest friends. Hunter has started calling her Belle, and I think I like that name better. :-)

Until later~

Saturday, December 22, 2007

Merry Christmas

One down two more to go. We had our Christmas celebration today with my family. The kids had a blast. I am so thankful everyone was healthy this year! My mom is finally getting her health back and is able to play with the kids. We all laughed so hard when "Grammy" climbed in the new tent and Hailey went crazy trying to beat her with a fishing pole. LOL I wish I would have had the video camera for that one. I would have won $10,000 with that one. For some reason Grammy wouldn't do a reenactment for us. LOL

My new 'puter is here and I am really liking it. It has been great to have it where I need it.

DH is loving his Christmas gift, and so is the rest of the family. She is a one year old Basset hound. This is Mabel. Even Lucy (our beagle) seems to have taken to here very well. I know Lucy is wondering why we needed a dog. (SHE thinks she is a kid.)LOL

I finished a card tin for a gift, I sent it on it's way and THEN remembered that I didn't get a picture of it. DUH!!! I guess I have Christmas brain! LOL

I hope you all have a very Blessed Christmas filled to overflowing with all those special people and things you love.
I would like to leave you with a small reminder- He came as a baby that slept in a manger so we could one day live in a Mansion!! Thank you Jesus for coming. Have YOU made room for Christ this holiday season?
God Bless,
Until later~

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Busy, busy, busy

I think things have kicked into high gear!! Do you feel as if you will not be ready for Christmas? I *think* I will be ready.....
Shopping- done
Handmade cards- done and sent, just need to deliver some to Church on Sunday
Cookies- well, I guess I should make some more- LOL (I think I have a cookie monster or 3!!)
Food for 3 dinners- all done except for DH's family. We are doing pizza, but I have a couple little things to go with it.
I still need to:
wrap gifts- (Did you know I was a professional gift wrapped before kids? Yep, I wrapped at Macy's.)
make tags
Get the house ready for company on Saturday and Monday.
BTW- My gift from DH is due to arrive today. DUDE, I am getting another Dell!! He got me a notebook, how cool is that? Now I can work where ever the kids are! I plan on taking it to FUNshops and running a Power Point of project ideas.
Well, I am off to stalk the DHL man!!! LOL
Until later~

Friday, December 14, 2007

{sigh}, I THINK I finally got all of my Christmas cards finished. I now have two stacks to mail. Those I can drop in the box today, and those that need to go to the Post Office to be weighed. I really dread going to the PO, there is always a long line, and only one person working.

Here is one of my card creations that I passed on this year.

I am now thinking I should have used it. It is flat enough to not need extra postage, and very fast to finish. Maybe next year. This is the first year I used more than one design. I also used 4 different stamp sets from The Angel Company. There are even some EXTRA special cards going out this year. Hailey loves to color, so I let her color some to send. Hunter colored a couple, then moved on to his favorite Veggie Tales coloring book. LOL

Gotta run, I hear tiny foot steps.

Until later~

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Happy Tuesday!! It's raining AGAIN!! What is with all the rain? We have Christmas lights that need to be put up outside. (Hunter told daddy he wants lights on the roof. How funny!!) We drove through Picktown Lights on Sunday. There are 16 houses COMPLETELY decked out and all syncronized to music in 1 nearby neighborhood. I find it very hard to believe one guy controls almost all the Christmas lights on his street. He is very talented!!
The card above was my Breast Cancer Awareness card this year. Again, everything except for the ribbon is from The Angel Company.
Ok, gotta run, Hunter just came by sporting Hailey's new hat and mitttens. The hat is on his head and the mittens are on his FEET! That boy is so crazy! LOL
Until later~

Monday, December 10, 2007

Blue Jay

Of all the cards I have made, HB likes this one the best. I must admit, I am pretty pleased with it myself. LOL All things of nature is the stamp set, colored with Prismacolor Pencils, sponged with Palette ink and I used Matchmakers cardstock. The sentiment is from Holiday liners- all from TAC.
( I need to remember to clear out my cookies more often. I have had trouble logging into Blogger since last week. YIKES!!! LOL)
I am still working on my Christmas cards- maybe I will have them done before New Years. LOL I finally narrowed my designs down to 4. Once they are in the mail I will share those with you.
Until later~

Monday, December 3, 2007

December Happenings

Here are a couple of things from TAC for December.

Just a reminder about the Retiring Stamps, we only have a couple weeks left to order them before they are gone for good. Don't miss out on your favorites.

Until later~

Sunday, December 2, 2007

We are now in the midst of the Holiday season. Is your family as busy as ours? LOL And just think, my kiddos are little, just wait until they are school age- and all the activities that come with that. {YIKES!} Hunter is really getting into all the goings on this year. He loves the lights, the trees, and even humored us by sitting on Santa's lap. He did not trust the jolly, bearded elf until Santa mentioned Lightening McQueen. LOL

I made a Holiday planner to help me keep up this Christmas. The local scrapbook store (LSS) Pizazz it! scrapbooks, had a class, but I ended up just buying the kit. I really liked how it turned out. The papers are Bo Bunny.

It has a place for everything- menus, receipts, card lists, traditions, even calendar pages. The 9x9.5 pages are a very nice size to work with.
Until later~

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Quick and easy

Here is a very simple Christmas card. The penguin is from the Perky Penguin set from TAC. I love this set... wait until you see the others! Colored with Prismacolor pencils. And I used my only scallop punch. LOL Sickles gives it a little bling, bling.

I have been so busy- with the kids, the house, laundry, church, cards, and making a couple little things-that I need to get some good pictures of, because I know you are gonna like them.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!!!!
Until later~

Friday, November 16, 2007

Next week

I am so excited about Thanksgiving!! I love that holiday!! I love time with family, football, and FOOD!! This will be the first year since we have been married that I won't be cooking the turkey dinner. We are headed to my mom's for the day. (This lady goes completely overboard on food!!LOL)
As a child we always headed to our grandparents for the weekend. This time of year memories always come flooding back. I really miss WV in the fall.
We know what happens on Friday morning also. SHOPPING- I have never done the early morning Black Friday shopping. I used to work retail, and I don't miss it a bit this time of year.
I am hoping to have all of my shopping done before next weekend.
We picked up the kids a table and chairs to go with their kitchen they got last year. TRU only had one set left with the green top, this years kitchen has the red "counter" tops, and all of the tables-except one of the displays had red. Hunter was so excited, when we got home daddy tried to tell him that Santa had to take it back to his work shop to get it all cleaned and ready for Christmas morning. He went and got a washcloth and told me he could clean the brand new table. Daddy again tried to tell him Santa would bring it back in a couple of weeks. Well, the lip started to quiver, and then the tears were streaming down his face. He looked so pitiful!! Mommy's heart broke! So, last night Hunter and Hailey had a blast playing with the new table and chairs- after Hunter cleaned it. LOL This will be the first year we will have to shop in shifts. LOL
I am going to leave you bargain hunters with a little link-Black Friday. Hope you all find tons of deals.
Until later~

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Adhesive run down

Can you believe I am out of adhesive? I am in the middle of 30 of the Create a card kits for kids and I am out of Tombow!!!
I'm asked a lot what my favorite adhesive is......
I think a better question is what DON'T I use. LOL I use a little bit of everything- except glue sticks. For some reason they never work for me, could it be the humidity here in Columbus?
I LOVE Tombow- the tape runner (Buy it by the case) and the Mono Multi. The Mono totally rocks!!! You use a very thin line and it will hold several layers of heavy card stock. It dries clear. It lasts a looong time.
The tape runner is quick and easy, but sometimes with layers of heavy (Bazzill or DCWV) cardstock they will pop loose. Covers a lot of area quickly.
The 2 way pens are excellent for my Quickutz die cuts. I can use them on those tiny little pieces. I have the broader flat tipped one and the ink pen tipped one.
Designer dries clear- I just started using this stuff- Love it too. Again, a little goes a looong way.
Glue dots, I like these for ribbon. (Not good in the carpet though- just ask Hunter.LOL)
Pop dots- for when you want the "pop" something off your page.
Stapler, I use it for ribbon and embellishments. Regular staples, colored, or the wider ones... they are all good.
E6000- just bought this one, I haven't got to play with it yet. I "plan" to make those cute jumbo paperclips.
Xyron- I only have the little one, so I have to cut down all the paper to use in it. It is also nice for die cuts. (Note to self- buy refill ASAP!!)
I would love to get my grubby mitts on one of those ATGs!!! Those look so cool, I have only heard good things about them.

Until later~

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Oopsie Daisy and Perky Penguins

This is a birthday card using the Oopsie Daisy stamp set from TAC. (I will be so sad to see it retire at the end of the year!!) I think it would also make a beautiful Christmas card. The cardstock is from the DCWV Brights stack. I colored the flowers with Prismacolor pencils and the colorless blender. I used a scallop punch and stickles to finish the card. I Love stickles- they come in may colors and they are the perfect way to add a little bling to your projects. I don't get as many stray sparkles all over me when I use the stickles. LOL

The next card I am sharing was from the Mystery swap the Mary hosted. She stamped off the images from TAC stamp sets and sent to everyone. We all started with the same image, but we each added our own twist. I think this was the most fun I had with a swap. Thank you Mary!!!

I got to play with 2 different images, one was from the Tickled pink set- a flamingo wearing a bikini- how funny! The other is a set I have had my eye on since the new catalogue came out. Perky penguins- even if you are not a penguin fan you will love these little guys.

Here is my Perky Penguin card- This one is the "prototype" LOL The ones I sent back were just slightly different. This is a Tent card, it measures 4.5x 4.5 (the light blue is actually the card base) and the image sticks above the top to make it a standard A2 card. I colored the image with Tombow Markers and the blender. The snow hills are torn paper and the edges were inked. (On the ones sent in I added stickles.) The whole image was inked up with Versamark and embossed with Holographic embossing powder. IRL It shimmers, just like a frosty morning. I finished up by using a loopy brad and a little ribbon.
Until later~

Monday, November 5, 2007

Sharing a Christmas card

This is a card I whipped together last night. I bought this set (Silhouette Nativity from TAC) a couple of months ago, and I just was not happy with anything I did with it. On Saturday I decided to try embossing it. Well, a little trip to the LSS to get Copper embossing powder was in store. I love looking (and buying) all the new pretty things. Anyhoo, so last night I get a couple of minutes, I knew I HAD to use the Amelia paper and cardstock from TAC. These papers are so beautiful, honestly I hated to cut them. I would have been happy enough to just frame them. LOL The strip of beautiful paper at the bottom of the card is on the inside, the front of the card has a torn edge to let the paper inside show through. The night sky stamp from the Silhouette Nativity set was inked with Pallette Burnt Umber and stamped twice across the middle. Two 1/2" card stock strips frame the double matted embossed image. I used the Burnt Umber ink pad to distress my edges. I finished off my matted image with Tan Scrapper's floss, and adhered it to the card with pop dots to give it an extra dimension. I have decided that I either need to place another TAC order (Oh, darn! *Chuckle*) or head to the Local Scrap book store to buy a darker color floss. I can only imagine how that would really stand out against the Ivory paper.
November is a continuation of DOUBLE Hostess benefits!! What does that mean, it means lots of good things coming your way. Host a FUNshop with $100 in merchandise sales and you get 2 Half priced items- your choice- from ANYTHING in the catalogue. YES, even the The Big Shot can be yours for half price. =) Merchandise purchases of as little as $30 gets you two free stamps from the Gift with Purchase stamps on page 5.
Until later~

Saturday, November 3, 2007

November News

Can you believe it is November already? October was such a busy month for us, it is nice to slow down a little. I know I am just catching my breath before the Holidays.

Are you ready for some new stamps and some GREAT deals from The Angel Company? Well, here goes.....

November Stamp of the Month.

Button Words set of 12 for Only $6.95. (Value $10.95.)
*With a $30 merchandise purchase.

Vintage Set- Ginger Joy set of 1 for only $4.25. (Value $5.95.)
*With a $30 merchandise purchase.

The best news is that you only need to make one qualifying purchase to buy both sets at these fantastic prices!! But, you need to hurry, these sets will not be available after November 30, 2007!!

merrywords set of 34 • retail value $19.95

Make the most of your creative crafting this holiday season
with this exclusive Merry Stamping Special* offered by
theangelcompany™. Available from November 1st—30th,
this fabulously festive kit can solve your holiday papercrafting
needs for a very low price!
Just in time for the holidays the Merry Stamping Special*
includes our exclusive Merry Wishes™ Soar With It Collection
and our Limited Edition Merry Words Stamp Set! (Merry Words
will be retired on December 1st and will no longer be available
for purchase, so pick up your set today!)

November 1st—30th, 2007
Merry Stamping Special
NOV10 $29.95*
Kit Includes:
Merry Wishes™ Soar With It Collection
Merry Words Limited Edition Stamp Set

*The retail value of the Merry Wishes™ Special is $39.90. The Merry Words Limited Edition Stamp Set is only available in this
Special offer. Merry Words will not be available after November 30, 2007. No other special offers or discounts apply.
Until later~

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Our Final Farewells

The old saying reminds us that all good things must come to an end. TAC has released it's retiring stamps list, and there are a couple on there I am surprised to see go. I love flamingochristmas!!! I know a few sets are still on my wish list. If you see something here you would like to get before it's gone contact me and we can place an order.

The final day to order these will be December 28th. If you prefer an email copy, just let me know, I would be happy to get one sent to you.

Until later~

Monday, October 29, 2007

Halloween Card

If you know me very well, then you know that I am not into Halloween. I can honestly say that it is my least liked holiday. I guess I just don't "get it". LOL

Well, I joined a swap for Halloween cards. I am glad that I did. I got back some amazing cards. And I also bought what I think is the cutest Halloween stamp set. The set is called you'reatreat from TAC. Sadly enough, it will be retiring at the end of the year.

Here is my swap card. I was going for a treat bag look- do you think I pulled it off?LOL

The paper used is Simply Spooky also from TAC- and also retiring at the end of the year. I used Prismacolor pencils and Noir ink.

I will be posting the retiring list from The Angel Company this week. There are some very nice stamps retiring this year.

Until later~

Thursday, October 25, 2007


It is just me and the kiddos this week, HB is out of town. I can honestly say I have a lot of respect for single moms. My kids have been good this week, well, as good as a 1 year old and 3 year old can be. LOL

This is a card I made to send to the ladies that came to my sister's FUNshop. I used Sarah's October card challenge on Paper Wings. Don't you love the layout? It has so much potential. I am gonna have to play around with this one some more. =)

Well, I am off to finish up some swaps. (Which reminds me, I got back some Halloween ones. I will share later.)
Until later~

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Beautiful weekend

(I interrupt this stamping blog momentarily to bring you pictures of the cutest pumpkins in the patch. Stay tuned, more stamping pics are on the way.)

We had such a beautiful weekend!! I will take every one like this I can get. I love fall!!!!

Until later~

Thursday, October 18, 2007


Here is a couple of samples using Pumpkins from The Angel Company. I have an 8x8 layout. I can't wait to get a pumpkin patch picture of the kiddos to put in that one. I paper pieced the pumpkins. (I stamped the pumpkin out line onto my designer collection paper and cut them out. I then placed them on my lay out where I had stamped the same image with the noir ink.)

Here are a couple of 3x3 gift cards using the same stamp set and papers. I only used the face stamps on these to make cute little ghosts. One of these cards would be a very sweet addition to a basket full of goodies for your favorite goblin this Halloween.

Until later~

FUNshop layout

FUNshop Saturday was my first FUNshop. A big "Thank you" to my sister for hosting. {Hello Bob.} I had such a great time. I had planned on doing something for each of the seasons. I kinda over did my designs for my time. We did complete 3 projects, and I promised to bring the other one back next time.Here is my "Summer" project-
It is an 8x8 Layout using The Angel Company's Oopsie Daisy stamp set. I used the Cardstock stack (brights), Prismacolor pencils, blender pencil, the silver eyelets were set with the Crop-A-Dile. It is hard to see, but the middle image is punched leaving a small "frame"and then the center is raised with pop dots. The picture was taken at Dollywood in June. Brother had just finished off a large Icee all by himself (without getting brain freeze!!) and Sister was catching up on here beauty rest

Until later~

Monday, October 8, 2007

Color me PINK for October

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so I have gone pink.

Early Detection: Do You Know The Facts?
Each year, 182,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and 43,300 die. One woman in eight either has or will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. In addition, 1,600 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 400 will die this year.
If detected early, the five-year survival rate for breast cancer exceeds 95%. Mammograms are among the best early detection methods, yet 13 million U.S. women 40 years of age or older have never had a mammogram.
The National Cancer Institute and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommend that women in their forties and older have mammograms every one to two years. A complete early detection plan also includes regular clinical breast examinations by a trained medical professional. Monthly breast self-exams are suggested in addition. (This info was taken from the Breast Cancer web site.)

Be sure to check out the Breast Cancer site

Until later~

Saturday, October 6, 2007

I told you there was a lot going on....

Dynamite designercollection Special-

Beginning September 24th, pick your choice of the following designercollection™ pads at 50% off. At this incredibly low price of $3.50 each, you can pick up each of your favorite collections and watch your creativity explode!
So, during this special promotion, grab “Fingerpaints”, “Metropolis”, “Country Cottage”, or “Lap of Luxury”.

Friday, October 5, 2007

And More....

I told you TAC has a lot going on in October- believe you me, they have lots of Treats and no Tricks!!
This is the SOTM and the Vintage Set for October.
(And I will have even more to share later!!)

Thursday, October 4, 2007

Are you ready for more?

Contact me today to book your FUNshop!! I have a limited number of days open, so be sure to get your date on the schedule.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Fall Supplement

October is here already and so is the brand new Fall Supplement from The Angel Company!! I am so excited!! This catty has something for everyone. If you like retro- then you are going to LOVE this catty! This catalogue is jam packed with stamps for the Fall and Winter seasons.

Be sure to stop by the Fall Supplement to check it out.

I have so much more to share, but I don't want to over whelm you, so tonight you get the appetizer. LOL

Until later~

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Give Thanks

What can I say, I *heart* this turkey!!!

By now you know he is from the givethanks TAC stamp set. Colored with Prismacolor pencils and a blender pencil. I added 2 eyelets and jute to finish the sentiment. Card stock is Bazzill and background was "smooshed" with plastic wrap and Lautrec spot.

Until later~

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

More samples

Another Card kit sample. I think this one would make a great post card. I used the Give Thanks stamp set and the Mono pack of Yellow Oranges from Bazzill from The Angel Company. The corner punch is a new one I found over the weekend. And the ribbon was from a group buy I was in.

On both images I colored them using the Odorless Mineral Spirits method, with the Prismacolor pencils.

So, you don't make cards? Well, I have an 8x8 scrap book layout to share also. (And IRL the bottom is not crooked! LOL Why does my scanner sometimes make things look cock-eyed?LOL) I used the same stamps and papers, I added the Lautrec spots and Tombow markers this time- also from TAC. The tag I made using the MM metal rim and crimped with my Quickutz. The Bible verse completed this lay out that would be perfect for your fall or Thanksgiving pictures. (How cool would it be to use this lay out for a favorite Holiday recipe?!!?)

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Finally, some cards to share!

I finally have some cards to share. I fell in love with this turkey the very first time I looked through The Angel Company catalogue. I knew I would be giving this little guy a loving home. I will be the first to admit that in real life the turkey is probably the ugliest animal I have ever seen. I remember taking Hunter to a petting zoo last year and he was terrified (kicking and screaming scared) of a huge, ugly turkey. I took him to pet the goats and he kept looking over his shoulder for that turkey. LOL Well, I don't think he would be the least bit frightened by this gobbler all decked out in his little Pilgrim hat.

The next card is a Gate fold card, my very first time making one of these. It was so easy, I have to ask myself why I haven't done one before now. The image is attached to only one side so that you can open it in the middle.
The Give thanks stamp set from TAC was used on both cards. I used the Yellow Oranges Mono pack of card stock. Both images were colored with Prismacolor pencils and Odorless Mineral Spirits (OMS). I used my computer to print Psalm 100:4 for the inside. I am putting together a Card Kit for October featuring this stamp set.

Until later~

Thursday, September 20, 2007

3x3 Card tote

Here is a little tote to hold those cute little 3x3 cards or tags. It was very easy to make, and I think it is just adorable. The stamp is Oopsie Daisy -a TAC set. I also used Matchmakers card stock, black card stock, Southwest corner punch, and Prismacolor Pencils from The Angel Company. I used grosgrain ribbon for the little handles.
I think I need to make a couple of these for hostess gifts.

I also want to remind you about the Remember September Special running through the end of the month.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

I have been busy the last few days working on my swaps. I finished one for October Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is very pretty, once everyone gets this one I will post pictures. (I would hate to ruin any one's surprise.)
My Halloween swap is well under way. I tried something completely different with this one. It still needs a little tweaking, but I am excited to get this one sent out. I am really getting into this one- and I don't even like Halloween!! How funny is that?
Then I have a Christmas one- I have no idea what I am doing for this one yet!! Hopefully an idea will "just come to me!" LOL
I hope to have some pictures and ideas to share with you later. Tonight is momma's work night, I'll see what I can share with you.

*If you are reading this and have a blog of your own, please leave a comment and your addy so I can visit you!*

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

I'm still here

This is just a short note to let you know I am still here. I haven't been able to stamp for a couple of days. But I have been very busy- and now Hunter is completely potty trained. Can you believe he did it in a day and a half? He is going potty all by himself, as if he has always done it that way. It is funny, he goes in the bathroom and locks the door (I think to keep sister out.) I hear him in there and when he is done he says "Shake, shake, shake!" That child is too funny.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Create a Card Kits

Here is an adorable card kit I have create for the little artist in your life. I know how much my son enjoys making things, and I know your children do too. I have created these easy, fun to color Christmas cards for your little ones to personalize and send to someone special.

Each Create a Card Kit features five hand-stamped cards on quality card stock for your little one to color and send. "Merry Christmas" is stamped inside.Also, there are five envelopes and a pack of crayons in each kit. Grandparents, Teachers, Coaches, Bus drivers, Doctors, Pastor, Neighbors, Friends, and Family would love to receive these mini masterpieces.

You can choose between either the more traditional Christmasfun stamp set or the Religious set. (Achild, which is such a cute set, was retired last year with The Angel Company.) The cost is only$3.00 per kit. (I can also ship these, just contact me and I will let you know about shipping.)

Until later~

Monday, September 3, 2007

A great time to be a Hostess

During the month of September, theangelcompany hostesses have a exclusive opportunity to own an extraordinary new stamp set, "Oh, How," that will not make public debut until the Spring/Summer 2008 catalogue!

Create "stamp envy" among your papercrafting friends and be the first to own "Oh, How"right now! Simply host a FUNshop totaling $250 (before tax and S&H) between September 1-28, 2007 and receive this sneak preview stamp set for FREE in addition to your regular hostess benefits.
Because being an angelcompany hostess is just more fun!

Contact me today to schedule your FUNshop!!!

(Happy Birthday Little Man!!! I love you)

Until later~

Saturday, September 1, 2007

I am amazed at how fast TAC ships their orders out. I placed my order on Tuesday. Thursday was delivery day- all the way from Kansas! It is always fun to unpack the box and see all the goodies.

I just had to jump right in and make a non-traditional Christmas card.

I used a stamp set called Flamingo Christmas, and the sentiment is Holiday Liners. Image was stamped with Noir ink and colored with Prismacolor pencils. I matted it on black card stock, and then two layers of TAC's Matchmaker card stock. So, what do you think?

We are off today to celebrate Hunter's 3rd birthday!!! I hope you all have a great weekend.

Until later~

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

September SOTM

I want to share the September SOTM with you.

I will have more info to post later. I am working on "Color me cards" to sell. This is a project geared towards little ones.

Also be watching for my September Card kit.

I am expecting a delivery later this week, I will share more with you once that comes in.

Also, I am working on organizing my "studio". HB got one of those Napa Cassette holders for me to use to store my ink pads. It came today and I can hardly wait to get all of my ink in there. I am still working on storage for my punches. I am sure I will come up with something- soon I hope!! LOL