Thursday, October 25, 2007
Tuesday, October 23, 2007
The night light was stained glass and so the sentiment inside says:
colored glass: $10 lead $5 wire $1 creative talent for a finished pumpkin - priceless!
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Monday, September 3, 2007
These 3 cards were 1) an underwater scene for the big brother of Aidan (who is getting the frame above). Jenne bought him a book and Nemo stuffed animal and we made this card to go along with it. We got the Nemo from Clip Art. The seaweed is just stamped and cut out on bashful blue and brown torn paper. Inside Nemo says I am the big brother and we also put a little goldfish that says Hi Big brother. The 2) is a trifold card using Baby Boy paper from JoAnns and Brocade Blue and some funky star brads I just happen to have a million of in several colors! This card was for the parents of Aidan and his Big Brother. 3) is a birthday card for Jenne's boyfriend Corwin's niece. She loves butterflies and we were looking on line on Splitcoast and saw a similar card-can't remember who to thank for this! We just drew dots, added tiny prima flowers, and stamped a butterfly and popped up a duplicate on top. This is a $1 stamp from Michaels. Anyway it was a very productive weekend!
Sunday, August 19, 2007
Now it is your turn. Feel free to pass this around to all the bloggers you know and send me a photo or link to your card. At the end of the week I will post all my entries and have you the viewers pick the winner.
Friday, August 17, 2007
|What Your Pizza Reveals|
People may tell you that you have a small appetite... but you aren't under eating. You just aren't a pig.
You are a very picky pizza eater. Not any pizza will do. You fit in best in the Northeast part of the US.
Your taste is rather complex and sophisticated. You consider yourself a gourmet - and a bit of a snob.
You are dependable, loyal, and conservative with your choices.
You are deep and thoughtful. You should consider traveling to Paris.
The stereotype that best fits you is hippie. You knew it was coming.
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Monday, August 13, 2007
I must have her send me a copy of that page.
This book was put into a pizza box. The first picture is the cover of the pizza box (with PT as head of the house) and the 2nd picture(PT on a quilt) is the inside cover of the box and the 3rd picture (yellow with brown ribbon) is the cover of the book. Enjoy!
I'd love to see your scrapbooked cat too!!!
Monday, August 6, 2007
Sunday, August 5, 2007
Thursday, August 2, 2007
The first picture shows the outside front; 2nd picture the tab folders that pull out from the front pockets; 3rd photo the inside when opened; the 4th photo the inside with the tab folders that pull out from the front and back covers; the 5th photo is the back cover with the pull out folder.
Sound confusing???? It won't when you make this very easy project.
I used the new SU halloween paper; basic black; and pumpkin pie. All the stickers and embellishments are from all over. I've had them for quite awhile. Give this wallet card a try-it is really cool!
Saturday, July 28, 2007
I have been going through some old magazines for different ideas for Halloween creations and came upon this in last years October, Paper Crafts magazine (pgs.15-17). It was made as an invitation to a Halloween party, but since I am not having a party for Halloween anytime soon I decided to put the recipe on the pull out. Kinda cute for a little housewarming gift if you bring the "brew". I used Pumpkin Pie for the base; the handle is SU's chipboard that I covered with paper and cut out with an X-acto knife; the witch's legs are from Making Memories Halloween glitter stickers: and the Brew bubble letters were from the dollar store. (If you haven't checked out your local store yet, hurry on over. They have great deals on lots of scrapbooking stuff) On the inside I typed the recipe from pg. 15 and printed it on a piece of Xerox paper so that it would roll easily. If you don't have the magazine the directions to make this are as follows:
Cut a piece of cardstock 8" x 3".
Score at 1/2", 2 1/2", and 5 1/2".
Using your X-acto knife, cut a 2 1/8" slit across the 1/2" fold.
Fold the 1/2" strip down and fold on the other score lines bringing the end up and under your 1/2" fold.
Secure with brads.
Embellish as desired.
Glue handle to typed recipe; roll up and put into the now triangle folder and bring handle up through the slit.
Now pull and out comes your recipe!
Black Witches Brew recipe: 1 each of 13 oz. envs. of unsweetened grape and orange drink mix.
2 cups sugar; 3 quarts cold water; 1 liter gingerale (chilled)
Stir together the mixes; sugar; and water until dissolved. Add gingerale.
Serve to all the gouls and goblins!
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Saturday, July 21, 2007
Do I have to explain my little "blessthischick"? Probably not but it helps to know a little more about me. I have always wanted long blonde hair that shines. I have a 17 year old cat named Price Tag who is orange and white. I love red wine - sometimes too much!!!! I love having a tan which I get very easily. And the heart on my dress is because I love so much. I wanted to add a rubber stamp but it wouldn't let me get carried away. Check out this site. It is soooooo cute.