Monday, January 6, 2014

Happy New Year 2014!! PPA186

Starting out the new year creatively! Loving the colors they chose for this challenge!! Hope you like it too!! Cheers to you and yours!

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Work, work work!

Yes, Work! I have been fortunate enough to receive 5 job requests for this upcoming Spring and Summer. I'm so grateful to have a great set of friends that have passed the word around about the work I do. My clubs might be growing too! I'm so looking forward to it. I'm also thinking I might be able to sneak in a couple of workshops outside my home. Wish me luck.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

SUO #63

Simple Said, Forever and Always!

Items Used:

Real Red and Whisper White Paper
Real Red Ink
White Taffetta Ribbon
Loving thoughts Stamp Set
Polka Dots DSP

Awesome Club Challenge

Challenge:  Use items from around your home! 

I absolutely loved this challenge for my clubs!!!  I really wanted to see them think out of the box and they sure did!!!  I enjoyed hearing their stories of how they created their masterpiece.  They created from hearts made out of crayons to hearts made from toilet paper rolls!  I also had someone make a ring out of soda pop can tabs.  I felt I needed to share with you what my little artists came up with for this challenge.  Enjoy!


Saturday, January 19, 2013

OMG!!  Just what I've been working on!  I absolutely adore the new simply sent set!  Here's my creation.  I hope you like it!  I really enjoyed making it and love the simplicity of it but with that wonderfully special touch! 

PPA 151

Went Cajun Crazee!  I wanted to use the new flowers I purchased from the SU! Spring Catalog and I think they look gorgeous on this card.  Hope you like it.  Products used:

All SU! products:
Cardstock:  Cajun Craze and Very Vanilla
DSP:  Comfort Cafe
Embellies:  Flower Trim & Flower Punch (2011-12) & Large Pearls

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Winter Wonderland

This card was by far one of my favorites for this Christmas season.  I was inspired by a picture of another card with the similar layout.  I knew I had to use snowflakes.  Enjoy!