Its been a very busy week for me and my card making. I've had 3 sympathy cards to send out, a get well card, 4 birthday cards I'm working on for the next week and 3 different swaps I've also been trying to complete early! I think I have finally worked out my fall schedule for card classes and will post that soon. Last week just seemed to fly by and its taken a little longer than I thought to get back into the fall routine. Hope you enjoy the cards I've been working on...more to come soon!
Monday, September 8, 2008
Thursday, July 3, 2008
It's been some time since I updated this site... It's hard to beleive we're into summer holidays now. Hope everyone's enjoying the warm weather. It's been hard to find much time to do stamping but I must say that I was very thrilled with what a success my mini brag book classes have been. I scheduled 1 class and got 3 more bookings from that! You rock brag books!!!!
Sunday, March 30, 2008
This is a quick & easy card to make. Use of the spiral punch is a very economical way to add some interest to the card. The centre image is from a SU level one hostess set. It's quite a cute set. Check it out in the catalogue...it can be found on page 21 & it is called "For aFriend".
I'm ready for warm weather! This bright & cheery card puts me in a springy kind of mood. The bright bold colours work well together to make quite a statement. I love the "it's your day" stamp (now retired) because its so versatile!
I wanted to send this card out to family for Easter... Unfortunately, having a 6 month old who is an absolute Mommy's girl and with Easter being so early this year it snuck up on me & I did not get them made in time. Its so adorable that I thought I'd share my sample card though. I guess I'll have to try to get them made for Easter next year! Its made with Stampin' Up products. I just love this Easter set they put out this year. My favourite part about this card is the way the chickies turned out. It was so easy-I just used some chalk to colour them in (since I'm not a great water colourer) and it turned out great! They look all soft & fuzzy.