Sunday, January 24, 2010

Sunday Silliness

...and the kick... is GOOD!!!
moar funny pictures

I haven't done much crafting lately, but here is your Sunday Silly. We are watching football, just like everyone else this weekend! Have a good one.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Evening Star

Here is our January block of the month called "Evening Star" from Quilter's Cache. Even though it is paper pieced, I couldn't get the points to match in the center! Kinda bugs me but kinda doesn't :-p. Still turned out ok though.

This afternoon, the girls and I saw "The Spy Next Door"--very cute family movie. The little girl in the movie is especially cute. She kept saying things that reminded me of my Audrey.

Have a great Monday everyone.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Scripture Card #2

I made another inspirational card with an Our Daily Bread Designs scripture stamp, this time in bright summer colors. The layout is from a Stamping 411 card sketch. To add some pizazz to the silk flower, I put a little bit of pink Stickles on each petal. I just love the Basic Grey designer paper in the background--this one is from the June Bug collection.

Have a good Friday!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Scripture Card #1

I'm working on a set of cards using scripture. Here is my first one, made using the sketch CPS149:

I have lots of nice stamps from Our Daily Bread Designs that I think I will use to make my scripture cards.

And on another note, here is my doggie attempting to hypnotize you with his laser eyes:

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Silver Bird Birthday

This is the Splitcoast sketch SC262, which I really didn't like when I first saw it. Then I started to put my card together, and now I love it! It's got that "upper left to lower right" thing going--I love that. And bird stamps always make me happy. The coordinated papers were on clearance, which just happens to be my favorite price.

Have a happy Sunday. We are cooking a turkey today. I guess we didn't get enough over the holidays!

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Butterfly Smile

A card that's masculine! (It's harder than you would think to come up with a "guy card"!)

The background for the butterfly panel on this card is made by spraying a piece of kraft card stock with Cornflower Walnut Ink and Memories Mist in Pine. I combined stamps from Stampin' Up and Cornish Heritage Farms. I love natural images like butterflies, plants and animals.

BTW--Stampin' Up has given in and has started to sell unmounted stamps! It's about time they figured out that they need to do that.

Have a great Saturday.