Saturday, September 27, 2008


Remember these, you match the top to the bottoms and they go together. Sometimes, I think these could still be used by my DH if they came in mens sizes. LOL. Anyway, I got some Hero Arts animals that I thought were just too cute. I paired them with DCWV Nana's nursery pack to make what I thought were some cute kid cards. I am going to try to get the courage to bring some sets into this mother-child boutique in the town where I work. I always have great intentions, but am wimpy when it comes to actually going in and selling myself, ideas. Oh well, I had fun coloring these with my Copics, using the new scallop punch on some and using the '07 In colors for the card bases

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Bottle of Red

I love this wineabella, she can be so many things, dinner, congrats, thinking of you, etc. I colored her with my copics. The layout is from sheetloads.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Reach for the Stars

I did a VSN and posted this. You had to have stars on your card. I love what people do with stars, but I'm not as successful. I'm thinking about buying the nestie stars because how can you screw up nesties, I mean really. This is a Hanna stamp, and the patterned paper is K and Co, the card is from DCWV from Joann's in a box. Thanks for looking.

Friday, June 20, 2008

I had a vision....

And it worked. Do you have kids? Are you looking for things to entertain them for more than 3 minutes? EVERYONE loves bubbles. They have saved me many times. I had bought these at Walmart for 1.00

They are nice because they come in different colors too. Hey a dollar?? Can't go wrong. Plus you can refill them. Well I had this idea that because of the colors they could be made cooler, prettier, for girls, cooler for boys. So I thought maybe I could stamp them in Stazon. I did it and look, it came out great!!!! I even had my 3yo and 6yo helping me.

Here are the finished ones:

I laid my clear stamps on my table, inked them, then rolled the bubbles over them. I made some small flowers with fabric paint. If I had more Stazon colors, I could have stamped everything. But, I only have purple, black, and dark green. Can you say psyched!!! 2 of them are birthday gifts for a party we are going to tomorrow, and 2 are for my 2 favorite redheads. Here is a close up, because I am blog challenged and don't know if when you click it gets bigger or not.

Thanks for looking.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Luxury Monogram

I got the Luxury Stack, from DCWV for 50% off at Joannes--woooo hooo. I stamped the circle from PTI boxes and tags in a brown to match some of the swirlys. This set was ordered from my sister for a teacher. It is really sparkly IRL. I just love making monograms----can you tell???LOL

Martha Monogram

My nephew got married in a civil service to his fiancee. They plan to have a big wedding celebration when they've saved up some more money, but in the meantime, I wanted to give them something to acknowledge the very special commitment they have made to each other. I wish them lots of love and happiness, and although not always easy, a loving, truthful marriage is one of the special sacraments of life. Blah, blah, blah, enough of that. I stamped the monogram filigree stamp from Martha Stewart in Pallete spring moss, and put the Brenda Walton Clear stamps in the middle for Josh and Natalie. These are single note cards (1/4 sheet of 8.5 x 11). I figured they'd be nice to use for quick thank yous or if they wanted to send out pictures of their wedding. I love packaging nice ensembles in the clear boxes. Thanks for looking.


I love this Dress Up Lily set. I 'm still learning at positioning it and still working with my copics. I Love coloring her to look like the person I'm sending it to.