Monday, March 10
I have a comic-type of card for you today. I am using LIFE IN THE FOREST stamp set. I created it for the Late Night Stampers Challenge - something with wind. I had seen this idea at Leadership in Houston and knew I had to have the set and had to make this card. It is hilarious:
Here they are almost landing in the field of grass, made by theFringe Scissors and some pistacio pudding card stock. I made their eyes look like they are a bit scared and fearful of the landing.,
Hope you had fun seeing this card. Come back to visit again.
Saturday, March 8
Did the title get your attention? I don't even know where that expression came from in the 40s, but there it is. My post today is all about BEES.
Springtime makes me think of BEES waking up and finding the wildflowers blooming. I saw two big carpenter bees (I used to call them bumble bees because I didnt know what a carpenter bee was) when I stopped at a red light and looked at the wildflowers blooming next to the road. There were the two big bees working hard at collecting honey. Spring time!!
I have to warn you, this is NOT a Stampin' Up! set. I wanted a fun fantasy bee and SU does not have one this size.
Here it is open so you can see how it works. I was so pleased that the word BE just happened to be on the designer paper. But I put a small BEE above the happy so it all made sense.
Here is Denice's card she made. It is so stinkin' cute!! Same stamp set, same thinlits flip card, yet so completely different.
Hope you enjoyed my card. Please stop back in to visit again.
I have entered this card at Techno stamper: Monday Lunchtime Sketch
Friday, March 7
I made a card for SKETCH FRENZY FRIDAY sketch. I used the FREE stamp set you can get with $50 in any products purchase from me.
Go over to Sketch Frenzy Friday and see what the other team members created with this sketch. Then create and submit yours as well. It is great fun and good practice. Here is the sketch to work off of:
Wednesday, March 5
I had so much fun last night with my friends creating beautiful cards with the BLESSED EASTER single stamp. First thing we did was cut the sentiment off the stamp and now we had TWO STAMPS - the image on one side of the block and the sentiment on the other side. This way we can keep using our stamp even after Easter is over!! woot woot
We used the WATERCOLOR WONDER NOTE CARDS to make our cards. It was so much fun to have these note cards all scored and ready to go!!
Here are the three cards without the beautiful women to distract you:
Thanks for visiting with me this morning. Please stop back again to see what I am creating next.
Tuesday, March 4
I have card class tonight and have made a cute treat holder for them as a gift for attending, I showed you my wisteria wonder lambs a few weeks ago, tonight I have some pink sheep treat holders.
Come back tomorrow and I will show you the fun cards we are making tonight.
Thanks for stopping by!! I have a question for you: which do you like - the lamb with only one spot for his nose or two spots for the nose?
Friday, February 28
We have had a wonderfully rainy day here in SE Texas, and we really need it!! I got my Boot stamp to create a rainy day card. My granddaughter got very very sick and her doctor sent her right up to the children's hospital. She has been diagnosed with Type I Diabetes and they had to stay in the hospital 3 days for testing and to learn what she had to do. They also had to get the Diabetes under control and figure out what dose she needed. So I thought this might be a good card for her to remember the sun will come back out again.
Thanks for looking. I have entered this card at the MOJO 334 Challenge.
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