Friday, May 16, 2008

I finally had some time to make a couple more cards. These were made using K&Co Wild Saffron collection. Really fun paper to work with. The card instructions were found at SplitCoast Stampers. Shown are the outside and the inside of each card.


I've been procrastinating on making Rachel's dress for her wedding. Not a good thing, but I haven't had my sewing machine... been in being serviced. But I got a phone call this morning saying it was ready to be picked up so now I have to get it done!

4 comments:

  1. Hi I found you! Your cards are great! Sharon here. God bless!

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  2. I thought I would try to leave my url so you could come over for a visit. I have some of the tea pictures up. Sharon

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  3. OH MY GOSH!! That card is FABULOUS it is my favorite one so far, I just LOVE IT. :)

    Ha ha ha, loved your comment about getting the sewing machine back and not having an excuse anymore. You and I are so much alike in that we both seem to work better under pressure! lol

    The zune sounds great, but I am sure I would have to have my kids teach me how to work it!

    Couple of things we did for Amber's wedding that I thought you might enjoy. We took one of their engagement pictures (taken at Lithia Park in Ashland) and blew it up, then put a big white mat around it for people to sign. They still have it up in their hall.

    For the guest book I used a Scrapbook album because Amber asked if I would make a scrapbook for them of their wedding. I took out all the pages except for the ones I wanted people to sign on. Put a photo and an embellishment on each page but left plenty of room for signatures. That way they have the signatures that we usually never look at, right in the middle of their photo album. I started the album with photos of them when they 1st met (in grade school) then did their engagement party (just a family BBQ) where they announced they were getting married, put some in of the engagement photoshoot, added a few of getting announcements ready, the rehearsal and rehearsal dinner, the salon for pedicures on the day before the wedding. Then on to the wedding. Just some ideas to add to your already overflowing brain. :) Sorry I didn't mean to write a book!

    I hope you have a great, productive but stress free week!

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  4. Your cards are incredibly fabulous, such a talent you have, wonder works!!! Thanks so much for your kind note, too :) So good that you got your sewing machine back, have a great week sewing! :)

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