I live in MA with my hubby and we have two children. I have been paper crafting for over twenty years. Hard to believe where the time has gone. Thanks for visiting and leave me a comment to let me know you were here.
I had so much fun creating this card to go with Cardabilities Sketch #78. I adore Karan's sketches and you should definitely check it out and play along at Cardabilities to have a chance to be a featured designer.
We want you to join us for a week of techniques from the Design Team at The Hens' Den. Each Design Team member will be showing you how they made something and in the process give you a look at different ways of documenting such a wonderful day in the lives of Americans.
The blog hop will start on the 1st of July and end on the 6th of July. On July 7th, we will pick a winner at random from all of those who follow the rules. Here is what you need to do.
You will start here at The Hens' Den Blog then you will visit each of the other blogs:
You will start here at The Hens' Den Blog. Each DT Member will have the next link on their blog that you need to move onto. You need to leave a comment on each blog so that we know you where there. The LAST step is to go to our FB page and leave a comment about the blog hop.
On Sunday, July 7th, we will pick one random person who visited all the blogs and they will be our winner.
What do you win you ask!!!
A bag full of goodies from Tim Holtz , Dyan Reaveley and Claudine Hellmuth
Distress Ink, Distress Stain, Dylusions Ink, Distress Paint, Studio Acrylic paint and a hand full of tags to play with.
You will have fun getting messy and inky, so have those baby wipes and paper towels handy.
Here are my fun cards for my DT post for The Hens' Den. These colors are just so gorgeous and so much fun to work with. You simply must stop by the store and get some of your own before they are gone. This card was cut on my Silhouette and is called a box card. What a fun idea, it folds flat. I used a black Sharpie to color the Petaloo Color Me Crazy frame and it came out amazing. I love how wonderful this is, and it was so easy to create.
I decided to make a second card and have been wanting to use a pie chart on my projects and found this awesome one in the Silhouette Store. It highlighted the gorgeous papers so well. These cards are so fun and both fold flat for easy giving and mailing.
I am so excited to be able to share that I was chosen as a classic and elegant design team member for House of Cards very first design team. You can check out the post on their blog and get ready to be rocked by all the fabulous teams.
This is my first post for the Cardabilities Design Team. I adore Karan's sketches. I made this card at a recent crop where I was surrounded by many of my wonderful scrappy girl friends. I am so blessed to have them in my life. Love you gals. Be sure to check out the Cardabilities Blog
and play along with us. You have the chance to be a featured designer.
I received such a wonderful kit this month to play with. Kaiser Craft 75 Cents Collection is just so elegant and you can do so much with it. My 21 year old son has been dating his girlfriend for 8 years and this past March after her spring break he sent her around town on a scavenger hunt to all their favorite places. He had two of her best friends meet her at each stop and give her a red rose. He was waiting in the church they will be married in with a white rose, in a new suit ready to propose.
We are so lucky that he values family so much as he let both her family and ours be in the balcony of the church to see him propose. We couldn't hear what he was saying but my heart just about burst when he went down on bended knee. I am so proud of this amazing young man and love his fiance dearly. We are looking forward to an October 2015 wedding after he graduates from college.
This paper line worked so perfectly with the photo from the church and I would hurry on over to The Hens' Den Store to get some before it is gone.
I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut this gorgeous heart lattice as well as the frame and scallop border. I love how much I can do with this wonderful machine.
Here is a fun fruity card that I made a while ago. I was tickled with how it came out. I am submitting it for the current Doodlebug/Fruity Challenge. You can play along here. The DT projects are amazing.