Easter Sunday Girls

Here are the girls Easter Sunday...ready to go to church, but not without a fight! They look all smiles now, but Bailey sure didn't want to put that skirt on! I had the girls clothes all laid out and she came out of her room in something else and I told her that I let her choose what she wants to wear (within reason) every Sunday, but this Sunday, you are wearing what I picked out for you and Sloan. Needless to say, after quite a few tears and a while in timeout she put it on and surprisingly smiled for the camera!

Here are a few projects that I have done this month. I admid I'm a little slow at taking pictures and putting them on my blog. HOW do you other bloggers do it? Some people are great at posting them before the holiday, but with me, I just have to say "better late than never"!

Free Wheelin' Promotion

This promotion runs Mar 18th through the end of April. I Love wheels, and Jumbo wheels at that! How great to get them free with your stamp set! I've been trying to upload my flyer here but alas my computer skills or lack of, are disapointing me. But I have learned how to link it, so click here to see!
If anyone out there knows how to make my blog act like Diane's blog, I swear I will give you whatever you want! Seriously, make me an offer! Does she have a computer programer live with her?!? Someone enlighten me! I love how you can just click on her catalog, and it takes you right there! I've had to just put in a link above the picture of mine. Anyway, I have learned a lot just by trial and error on my blog, but it sure does take a while for me to figure it out!

Testing out my homemade Light box

Hey I'm trying out my Light box I made out of a cardboard Box~! I think it's going to work great!

Here is a card I made using a few techniques.

  1. Dazzaling Diamond Dust. Cover the cardstock with the stamped images (old olive flower, temp.turquoise butterfly and rose red heart from Priceless stamp set) with Versamark and cover with Irridecent Ice Embossing Powder. Heat.
  2. Use the A-3 setting on your Crop-a-dile to dry emboss dots along your rose red cardstock
  3. Use your corner rounder with the guard off to make scallops
  4. Color just the sides of your ribbon with a marker to have a custom color match.

Kelli's meeting

Here are some pictures I took from my upline Kelli's meeting last month. I have the best upline and sidelines! They come up with the greatest ideas! Hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

A beautiful card made by Melissa given to Vicky with one of my favorite sets: Embrace Life.

How cute are these? The picture doesn't do Amy's eggs justice! They are so sparkly in real life. And the jar has our rub-ons on it too!

Love this color combo!

Here's a stamp set that is free with Sale-a-bration!

I still can't get enough of the scallop punch or the Designer Series Paper! (Berry Bliss DS used here)

Here is a cute bag made with a set out of the new Occasions mini catalog and the Ginger Blossom DS paper.


Here is a picture of the tin part of the project for my stamp camp. We will be using Designer Series paper to cover a tin box and make ten cards (envelopes included!) But that's not all...you will also make cute dividers to go inside the tin, too! This is a great gift for Mother's Day! Use as a reciepe box or card organizer.
It's Friday April 25th. Cost:$20. There will be choices of Paper also. Contact me to reserve your tin!