Wednesday, December 8, 2010
And just as I think I'm winding down I remember another one that I need to add to the list. I may get them all done by Christmas, but it's gonna be tight. This one's made with Christmas Cheer. On the inside: May your holiday season be filled with warmth and good cheer. Happy Holidays! Yep, this one is little more generic than some, but there are those out there who don't really celebrate Christmas the way I do. Doesn't make me love them any less though. :)
Saturday, December 4, 2010
The card list is getting shorter. I've indeed done a couple of duplicates just because I'm so short on time, but I've changed the colors up a little and promised myself that I won't send one to someone too similar to one that I send to someone who knows that person and might share their cards with them. Did that make any sense at all? Anyway, went to the gun show in Springfield today and got me a new purse. I know, who goes to a gun show to buy a purse??!! Well, they are real leather and the one that I've been carrying (which I got a gun show 4 years ago) is starting to show signs of wear and by golly I just wanted one! The one thing that did impress me is that it seems that the economy isn't really affecting gun sales. There were thousands of people there! Hmmmmm...maybe it is related to the economy after all!
Back to the card. Made with Cricut Wildlife cartridge and Cuttlebug embossing folder. On the inside: We hope your Christmas is just ducky! Merry Christmas!
Friday, December 3, 2010
Okay. It takes me about 2 hours to make one card because I'm sooooooo critical of myself. At this pace I may be done by next Christmas. Thank goodness my card list is short! I'm lovin' the Wildlife cartridge from Cricut. Hopefully tomorrow I'll have the trout card done. Just started using Maya Mist last night and love it! It dries much faster than Glimmer Mist and seems to cover white a lot better. On the inside: Hope you have a very Beary Christmas and all your Christmas fishes come true. Merry Christmas. :)
- MISSOURI, United States
- I'M A REGISTERED NURSE (FOR 28 YEARS) AND CURRENTLY WORK IN A SMALL BUT VERY PROGRESSIVE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT. AS I SAY IN MY HEADER, I'VE ALWAYS BEEN INTRIGUED WITH PAPER CRAFTS. I WAS IN A VERY BAD AUTO ACCIDENT IN APRIL 2006 AND BECAME EVEN MORE ACTIVE IN THIS HOBBY WHILE I WAS STILL SITTING IN A WHEELCHAIR. I LOVE TO CREATE AND SHARE MY IDEAS AND I HOPE THAT YOU WILL FIND MY PAPER CREATIONS NOT ONLY DIFFERENT, BUT USEFUL FOR YOU.