Here is my 2nd card from Kate's ABCs. This is a thank you card for a nice lady who gave my daughter a nice gift basket of goodies for Easter. She is a retired teacher who loves cats. The sentiment is from Joy's Life Mother & Daughter clear stamp set.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Monday, April 25, 2011
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Here are some pictures of treat bags I just made for my daughter's class. I used a flower border punch and a couple of stamps. I put a Dig'n Dip and a coconut Hershey Kiss in each bag. Those Kisses are so yummy!
Monday, April 18, 2011
This is the Easter card I made for my daughter today. I downloaded the free image and printed it on cardstock. I colored it with Prang colored pencils and mineral spirits. I used JoysLife.com Mother & Daughter clear stamps for the sentiment. This is the first card I made using a digi stamp. The flowers are from my garden. I thought they looked pretty so I thought I would share them with you.
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Saturday, April 16, 2011
When my 6 year old daughter made a card all by herself I wanted to see if I could enter it in a challenge for her. I found the Special Children's Anything Goes Challenge on http://simonsaysstampschallenge.blogspot.com/. She was so proud of this card and to tell you the truth I am impressed with it. She designed it, hand cut everything and even came up with the wording. Do I sound like a proud Mama or what. lol
Monday, April 11, 2011
Saturday was opening day for tball! This is Emily's first year and she was so excited. The day began with a parade of all the teams, not just the 12 tball teams but the baseball and softball teams too. After opening ceremonies, games started and continued into the evening. It was so much fun watching the little kids playing tball. Emily's team is the Giants. I wish it was the Phillies, but at least the Giants were the World Champs last year. Here are a few pictures:
Emily was so proud of her helmet. She took some of my scrapbooking precut letters and wrote Giants across the front of her batting helmet.
Saturday, April 9, 2011
My daughter wanted a miniature golf birthday party this year. Here are the invitations I am making for her party. A '7' is on the flag because it is her 7th birthday.
Cartridges: Paper Dolls for Everyday for the golf green and flag,
Paper Pups for the clouds
Stickles: yellow, waterfall, and baby blue
Paper: Kraft paper for the card base, cardstock and scrap from my stash
Wording: I typed and printed from my computer
Golf Ball: Inkssentials white Enamel accents
Embellishments: button and rope
Prang Colored Pencils (ocean blue and moonlight) and mineral spirits for the blue sky
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
The following is a layout for my daughter's 6th birthday last year. She wanted a tea party. All the little girls (23) dressed up and had 'tea' and little sandwiches, fruit, and of course sweets. They played games such as tea party bingo. I made the goody bags, flowered centerpieces and decorations all with the Cricut. That was really the first time I used the Cricut.
Cartridge: From My Kitchen for the picture frames, cupcake, teapot and cup & saucer
Stickles: Yellow, red, green
Paper: DCWV Ultimate Premium Stack, My Mind's Eye Everyday Tango, various cardstock
Border Punch from Recollections