Thursday, January 24, 2008

3 New RAK's . . .

Look at these beautiful RAK's I received in the mail last week. This card is from Maria Bell. I wish you could see this in person, it has so much detail. It's so beautiful! This woman has an amazing blog that you can view here.
If anybody can tell me how to underline a word and make it go to the blog without have to put the whole address that would be great! I'm not real great on the computer. He he he :0)

These two are from Phoebe Scovel from Hawaii. They are just beautiful! They both have so much detail! I LOVE THEM!

Good Evening Ladies . . .

Good Evening Ladies! Hope everybody stayed dry today! The card I worked on today is a technique called faux linen. You stamp on a tissue paper (the kind you wrap presents with), and color with SU markers and let dry for a minute. Then you crumble your tissue and uncrumble. Then you glue on to your cardstock. Very fun and easy to do. You can't see it very good from the picture but, I have a green bling in the middle of the flower. Embrace Life stamp set. Have a great nite ladies.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Good Morning Ladies . . .

Good Morning Ladies!
I made this card last night for a co-workers son. He got 20 stitches in is hand over the weekend, so I thought a little card and a Starbucks card might cheer him up!
These card was made using Changito monkey clear stamps. SU paper, barely banana and close to cocoa and my good 'ol cuttlebug.
I will be hosting a Valentine workshop at Sizzler Feb. 9th. If you are from the Los Angeles area and are interested in attending please contact me for more details. Thank you ladies and have a great day! See ya tomarrow!

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Here They Are . . .

Well here they are! 200 of these bad boys! He he he. The theme at the big shin dig taking place this weekend is teapots. On every table for the center pieces are all kinds of teapots filled with flowers, so I made 200 of these Thank You's. Inside holds a tea bag. But of course, I forgot to take a picture of the inside. He he he. I got the directions to make these from SCS. There very easy, although after making so many of them I'm not sure I wanna make them ever again :0)
Most of these were made using my scraps (I finally got to use them). And the flower I punched is a SU retired flower punch. And the little diamond bling in the middle is from Michael's $1.00 section.

Now my next mission is I'm working on swaps for the SU convention 2/1 in Anaheim, CA. Yaahoo! I can't wait!
Till tomorrow, sweet dreams and Happy Stamping!

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

I'm not missing . . .

Hi Ya'll,
I'm not missing in action. I'm working my little fingers off doing the Thank You's for the upcoming shin dig! Hopefully, they'll be ready to post tomorrow!!!!

Sunday, January 13, 2008

:Birthday Card . . .

I know, I know, I haven't posted in a couple of days and my goal was to post everyday! I have been working very hard on the Thank You gifts for the 84th birthday party were having at the end of the month! And boy I'm such a dork! I made those 200 invites for the party and I didn't even think to snap a picture of all my hard work!!!!!! Agh! Anywhoo, I will be taking a picture of the party favors when I get done with them. For today's post though, I have a birthday card that I totally CASED from SCS. (I just changed the colors around a little). :0)
This card was made using all SU paper. A Birdie Told Me Stamp Set. And bling from Michael's. Scallop and Circle punch. Have a good nite! See ya'll 2morrow!

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Good Morning!

Good Morning everyone. I'm really serious about trying to keep my resolution, so here it goes two days in a row! YaaHoo! he he he

I had so much fun making these snowglobes. My friend had a slumber party for her 11 year old daughter and I was hired (kinda like a clown) to go to the party and do some crafts with 13 of these little girls (yes, I don't know what I was thinking when I agreed to do this) :0)

Anyhoo, the girls absolutely loved these snowglobes! My snowglobe could have used much more snow in it. The girls totally loaded their's up with lots of snow. They were easy to make and if they could do it. . .
The stamp I used was from Stampendous. SU double sided paper (which the girls kept calling Roxy paper).
Have a great day and see ya'll tomorrow!

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Happy New Year . . .

Hi Everyone In Blog World,

I hope everyone had a safe and fun New Year's. Mine was good. Nice and quiet. One of my New Year's resolutions is to write in my blog daily. I've been missing in action the last two weeks though, cuz my stepdaughter was here from Arizona and we've just been enjoying spending family time with her! It was great! I've been able to keep myself real busy though, I just got done making 200 invites for my husband's grandma, were having her a big 'ol 84th birthday bash at the end of this month so it should be fun! Now down to the fun stuff. Todays picture is the lip balm holder's I made for all the girls at work this Christmas. These were made from the cute Christmas set that was in the SU mini holiday catalog, and all papers used are from SU. I used glitter on my trees, which is real hard to see in the picure, and a bling for the top of the tree!
Stop by tommarow to see some more stuff I've been working on.