Hello, Friends...and welcome to my “Very First” blog post. I am so excited to have this little space for displaying my creativity and maybe a few photos of my loved ones. I plan to post something one to two times a week as my time permits. As a busy woman in the corporate world there is only so much time to “play” in my scrap room.
So for my first post I want to share a few of projects with you that I completed this week. There are so many talented card designers who’s blogs I follow and they have become my greatest inspiration.
I made this card for the CMC Copic Challenge Group. I used this cute as can be “Unwrapped Tilda” stamp by Magnolia which you can buy at Simon Says Stamp. They are some of my favorites so you may see them most often.
This one is from a digital stamp I just got from Bugaboo Stamps. I have fallen in love with these and there are literally hundreds to choose from.
I made this little Christmas Tilda card this weekend and I think she is so precious with the blue hues and small mix of green and silver. Most of these will go to friends and family for the holidays.
The Holidays!!! GASP...They are coming up so fast. Christmas is practically around the corner and I have so much to do. My husband (Bruce Lee - yes, I know...he refers to us as "the famous family." lol) and I share a love of riding our Harley's in the Colorado mountains. We shoot video of our riding adventures every year and send it to our family members with their gifts. This year it is my turn to do the editing so I will be working on that in the coming weeks.
My next post will have a few more detailed photos and I'll share some highlights of the supplies used and where you can obtain them.
Catch up you all next week.
Happy wishes to all,
Thanks Cathy for sending me your link to your blog. I have wanted to launch a site for awhile now but have not gotten around to it. The examples are amazing.
I want to also thank you for your note on cancer. I know that Dennis was in the mix of those your mentioned who lost their battle with his 'stupid" disease. I need to order my Cancer Sucks button like Jean Espinal's.
Wll Cathy I am so happy that I find your blog.
I am also a member of Colour me Creative classroom of Suzanne Dean.
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