Thursday, April 29, 2010

For Mom

In real life I love the way this card looks. In this picture not so much. The pinks are much more vibrant, you can tell the center of the flower is a pearl, you can see the distressing and sponging on the paper edges and the twist of the ribbon isn't so annoying. Other than that...
This stamp set is the VIP package from the May MFT release. The WTG (Who's That Girl) images (headless women) are what attracted me to MFT (My Favorite Things). I liked the "any woman" idea. The large spaces for coloring or paper piecing are another reason I love these stamps. I've continued to buy these stamps because Kim, the MFT Lady, keeps making WTG stamps that I can relate to, and so can a whole slew of other women. I've been speaking with a bunch of them for over a year on the MFT forums on Splitcoast, if you love MFT you should pay us a visit, anyone can jump in at any time and be welcomed. Kim is very savvy and she continues to find "must have" products to go along with the stamps. This month she's introducing "Die-namics". I've used the scalloped scalloped edge on the cs on the sentiment bar here. After I punched it out I sponged the edges to add to the distressed look.
Here's the deets:
Stamps - MFT "Top Shelf WTG"
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Tattered Rose
Paper - dp K & Company "Life's Journey", ivory CTMH cs for the card base
Miscellaneous - copic markers for the arm and some bottles, SU markers for some of the bottles, glaze pens for designs on the bottles, Stickles on the perfume atomizer bottle, glitter dust on some of the bottles, Ranger glossy accents on the nail polish bottles, Recollections pearl stickers, SU Hodgepodge Hardware, ribbon, ribbon flowers with pearl centers from I {Heart} Paper
Here's the challenges:
Paper Cutz Challenge #38 - Mother's Day
Stampin' B's Challenge #56 - Mother's Day
Charisma Cardz Challenge #17 - Girly Card with flowers
Cooking It Up with Kate Challenge #16 - Make it something for mom or a special lady, punch it up, and finally add a brad
Sketch and Stash Challenge #34 - the sketch and use the newest stuff in your stash, I just got the stamp and die and you can pick them up at My Favorite Things
S2G Twisted Thursday Challenge #54 - It's All About Mother
Quixotic Challenge #24 - How Distressing
The Shabby Tea Room Week 7 - Comforts of Home (the prints on the linens, the stacking, the feel of the room)
Splitcoast Fan Club - Very Vintage
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Wednesday, April 28, 2010


I hope you read that title with a Valley Girl accent, this little doggie is a regular surfer dude and he talks the talk to go along with it. Growing up my brothers used to call each other dude, in a familial mocking way, later we had a dog with that name, she was black but she didn't surf. Then again we never gave her a board, who knows, maybe she could have.
Last week The Cat's Pajamas challenge was to use cork and it's sticking with me and being carried over into this week's challenge and since I have a large sheet of cork you'll probably be seeing a lot of cork.
This week our hostess with the mostess is Joanne and she's issued a color challenge to use turquoise, red and ivory. I threw in a piece of yellow but I don't think anyone will mind. I picked the surfer dog because I thought he'd go with cork and the colors.
By the way, the red in this picture has a brownish orange look but it is a gorgeous shade of red in real life, I wish I had a better understanding of how to work the editing color features.
Here's the deets:
Stamp - The Cat's Pajamas "Fun in the Sun"
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Stampin' Up markers "Real Red" and Tempting Turquoise"
Paper- dp Me and My Big Ideas "Ellen Starfish", cs CTMH ivory for card base and image, SU turquoise, Colorbok yellow, red MFT
Miscellaneous - Heidi Swapp bling, EK Success "Dotted Wave" border punch, Nestibilities "Blossom Two", MFT buttons, SU ribbon, cork, clip Spare Parts, Sulky thread
Here's the Challenges:
the Cat's Pajamas TCPTUES - turquoise, red and ivory
Simon Says - Buttons, Bows and Bling
The Pink Elephant - TPE64 Color Challenge Aqua (I think that's the same as turquoise)
Sketch Saturday - Week 100 the sketch

Monday, April 26, 2010

Hang In There

"Hang in there" is kind of what I've been trying to do lately. That's one way to get through the stress and probably the most mature way to behave. Of course there's also throwing a hissy fit. I like throwing the fit much more and fortunately for me I've got people that actually let me rant and rave about whatever has got my goat. This weekend someone told me I had an attitude, and while I didn't think I had one before she said that you better believe that I had one afterward. However I took the high road and walked away from her and found someone who let me throw my hissy fit.
Another great stress reliever is stamping and everything that goes along with it. I am the happiest camper when I'm blog hopping, checking out the challenges, or making a card.
Last week the Cat's Pajamas challenged "Let's Get Corked". I was thinking about it since Tuesday. The MFT Wednesday Stamp Club challenge is to make a representation of Earth Day. And when I saw the Sweet Sunday Sketch challenge 66 I knew that I wanted to make a card for it. I love this sketch, it's a keeper and the slim strips are a perfect place for a piece of cork. The Basic Grey dp, Porcelain, goes great with the cork and the cs mat and strips were scraps that were pulled because they are in the dp. To go with the rustic feel of the cork I distressed the edges of the dp and some of the cs and then sponged all the paper edges with Ranger Frayed Burlap for the Crafty Creations Challenge #64 - distressing. The image and the mat were cut with nestibilities which is the Creative Belli challenge #89 die cut shapes. The Crafty Ho's challenge is April Showers bring...this image makes me think of the beautiful spring days that come after those showers. And lastly, there's the CCEE challenge to make a get well card to recuperate from the April 15th tax deadline.
Here's the deets:
stamp - My Favorite Things Pure Innocence "Tree Swing"
ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Frayed Burlap
paper - MFT beige Perfect Panel, Basic Grey Porcelain, SU card stock scraps
miscellaneous - copic markers, nestibilities, Rhinestone Stickers (the gold balls on the scalloped edges), cork, buttons
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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Night or Day

Rain or Shine, Night or Day? That's me today. I'm totally out of whack. I actually left work because I was half asleep. I had a nice little nappy and got up to make this card. It's for the MFT Wednesday Stamp Club challenge. I have a great time over on the MFT forum at Splitcoast and in case you haven't noticed, I love MFT stamps and products, so it's a no brainer that I play along in the challenges. This week Kim challenged us to make a card with the theme "April Showers", or to use her lay out, or to create a custom embellishment. I think the hardest part of this challenge was to decide which April Showers stamp I'd use. I picked "Rain or Shine" because I haven't gotten the WTG inky in awhile and she has always been one of my favorites. I love that she has polka dot wellies and her doggie has a sweater, this time I put some dots on his sweater to match her boots, I'm sure WTG would gotten her doggie a sweater to match her outfit. Then again, if she's anything like me she might have gotten the doggie sweater first and then compiled the rest of the outfit to got with it. Oh, yeah, like you haven't bought a pair of killer shoes that you didn't have anything to go with and then proceeded to build a killer look to go along with it. And if you haven't it's only because you haven't found those shoes yet, but trust me you will and when you do you'll be remembering this. Oh and by the way, if you did this with a Coach bag or any other accessory it's the same thing.
I also like to do the Scrapmaster's Paradise Color Combo challenge and this week it's Green Galore and Gable Green which I love and Dusty Durango which I loathe. Odd because I loved my orange beetle but I find it yukky in card stock, so for me this one was a challenge but I have a package of Basic Grey "Phoebe" paper and those colors are all in it so I used it for the dp. I colored the boots, sweater and dog with SU markers and the flesh on WTG with copics. The puddle was painted with Pearlescent watercolors. I used ranger glossy accents on the boots in the tag.
I don't always go into detail about all the stuff I do on my cards because it seems to me it's obvious but if you're looking at any of my posts and have a question on how to do something just leave your question in the comments.
Here's the deets:
Stamp - My Favorite Things "Rain or Shine"
Paper - Basic Gray "Phoebe" dp pack, Stampin' Up Dusty Durango cs for card base
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Miscellaneous - SU tag punches, SU twill ribbon, Ranger Glossy Accents, Pearlescent watercolors, Mowed Grass Dew Drops, eyelet, The Cat's Pajama's linen thread, dimensionals
The Challenges:
My Favorite Things - Wednesday Stamp Club
Scrapmaster's Paradise Color Combo #44 - Dusty Durange, Green Galore, Gable Green
Stamp Something - Something Layered (3 layers)
Paper Cutz #37 - Use a tag and any theme you like
Thanks for coming by, I hope you enjoyed your visit. I'll be going Girl Scout camping and with the preparation starting tomorrow I may not be back till next week. I'll be having fun with my buddies but I'll be dreaming of stamping.
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Sunday, April 18, 2010

A Fun Ride

If I were as adorable as this little gal I'd be bopping around on a Vespa too. Maybe I can convince myself I'd look this good and I'll go out and get one. That's gonna take an awful lot of convincing. I think I'll have to have a pink one, unless you can get one in orange with yellow polka dots like on my card, in that case keep your eyes peeled, you may see me in your rear view mirror. Now that's a scary thought, isn't it?

Here's the deets:
Stamp - My Favorite Things "Joy Ride"
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper - dp Basic Grey "Sugar Rush", yellow cs "Colorbok", gray cs unknown
Miscellaneous - Cuttlebug Embossing Folders, Nestibilities, ribbon, thread, buttons, dimensionals

Here's the challenges:
Cute Card Thursday - Challenge 108 Touchy Feely - lots of textures on the gray cs
L'il Red Wagon - Challenge #24 - Dry Embossing - dare I repeat myself and say lots of embossing on the gray cs
The Corrosive Challenge #60 - Paper Piecing - the Vespa and all the clothes and scarf on the gal are paper pieced
Stamp Something - Something Layered - 4 layers
The Color Throwdown #88 - Tangerine Tango, Basic Gray and So Saffron
Crazy For Challenges C4C33 - Sketch

Thank you for visiting, I hope you enjoyed yourself and that you'll come back again. As always, I must ask you to click on the pink ribbon before you leave.

Listen to the Bunny

"Take It Easy", good advice for anyone, anytime. This week has been a little stressful for me, good stress, but stress nevertheless. I filed my retirement papers, a big step. Filing the paper was the easy part, now there's so much that has to be done, mostly finishing up and cleaning up. Beside retiring I'm moving. There's so much to do and more importantly there's so little space to move my stuff into. I get the most stressed out over my craft and art supplies. I have no idea where I'm going to put them. ACK! So I have to listen to the bunny and just chill over this. This is just another example of, if this is the worst of my problems, then life is pretty sweet.
This bunny is from "Joyride" from the April release over at the Cat's Pajamas. Lots of fun and rowdiness (check out those rascally penguins while you're there) in this release. I always wanted a Vespa, but they always seemed so impracticable to me that I never shopped for one. Who knows, maybe I'll go for one now.
Doesn't the Vespa scream to be paper pieced. I used some Stampin' Up papers which I picked to use for the Just Us Girls color challenge. It doesn't hurt that I love this color combo. I like the way this card came out so much I feel like sending it to myself. LOL! I do entertain myself.
So here's the deets:
Stamps - image and sentiment The Cat's Pajamas "Joyride"
Ink - "Memento Tuxedo Black" for the image, Ranger "Peeled Paint" for the sentiment. The green cs is edged with the Peeled Paint. The white cs is edged with CTMH "Amethyst"
Paper - all dp Stampin' Up "Shades of Spring", white cs is MFT Perfect Panel, pink cs is Colorbok, the green cs is SU "Certainly Celery" and the lavender cs is SU "Pale Plum"
Miscellaneous - lavendar bling by ZVA, green bling by Heidi Swapp, clip by CTMH, SU border punch, copics to color bunny and scarf, ribbon from Walmart and great dimensionals from Jody.
Here's the Challenges:
Oh Alice - the sketch
Just Us Girls - week 29 color challenge pink, green and lavender, yellow optional (there's some yellow dots in the dp) and the twist is to make a birthday card (I've left the inside blank for now but I'm going to finish it off with some matching dp and a Happy Birthday sentiment - us older folks do need to take it easy on our b-days)
Cute Card Thursday Challenge #108 - Touchy Feely - use texture, make us want to feel it (I don't know about you but I wanna grab that ribbon, and bling always make me touchy feely)
Paper Sundaes - no people (just bunny on this baby) and they've got some contests going on with some fun stamps up for grab - go check it out
Stamp Something - Something Layered (I count 4, and there's lots of dimensionals popping them up, you can see some shadows in the photo)
The Corrosive Challenge #60 - Paper Piecing (the vespa)
Thanks for visiting, I hope you enjoyed yourself. Don't forget to click the pink button before you leave. And please, come back again.
Papertake Weekly - Cutie Pie, let's see lots of cuteness (this bunny is pretty dang cute)

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Poor Sick Birdie!

If these guys don't help you fell better, not much will. The penguins are recurring characters in the Cat's Pajamas stamps. They're usually having fun, in fact in this month's release they're drinking margarita's and partying pretty hardy. This leaves me thinking that this sucker isn't sick, he's hung over. I tell ya' they are a some wild and whacky birds.
This week the challenge at the Cat's Pajamas is an inspiration challenge, a photograph of a bed with polka dots sheets on it so for my card I used my copic markers to color the sheets on the bed to resemble the ones in the inspiration photo. I actually like my sheets a little better but unless I start weaving my own fabric they will only exist on this card.
Here's the rest of the deets:
Stamp - The Cat's Pajamas
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper - DCWV The Pet Stack dp, Colorbok csPunches - EK Success "Swiss Cheese", Martha Stewart tag, Nestibilities scalloped rectangle
Miscellaneous - MFT ribbon, DMC floss, buttons, mowed grass dew drops, dimensionals
the challenges:
TCPTUES - Inspiration challenge bedding from Target (the colors, the punch, the sheets on the penguin's bed)
Crazy for Challenges C3C32 - 1 ribbon, 2 buttons or brads, 3 different punches
OCC - Bows (the floss and the ribbon)
Papertake Weekly - Cutie Pie - Lots of Cuteness (duh! the penguins)

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Monday, April 12, 2010

Desperate No More

I'm back in New Jersey and I've got my mounting blocks so all's right with the world.

I guess the cat does have my tongue cause I can't think of much to say. I've only been back to work for one day which isn't enough time for anyone or anything to get on my nerves.

Maybe tomorrow I'll have a flat tire or something so I can gripe.

So I'll get straight to the deets:
Stamp - the Cat's Pajamas
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper - Basic Gray "Nook and Pantry" dp, Colorbok cs
Miscellaneous - EK Success candle corder punch, Fiskar's 2" Scallop punch, 1-3/4" circle punch, SU flower punch, water dew drops, copics for the cupcake, glitzy glitter on the heart on top of the cupcake, piercing tool

the challenges:
TCPTUES55 - sketch
Paper Cutz Challenge #36 - use 3 patterned papers

Oh Alice - Chapter 8 - You Can Learn a Lot of Things From the Flowers

SPCC #43 - YoYo Yellow, Glorious Green and Brocade Blue

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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Desperate Housewife III - Can It Get Any Worse

Note to self - Do NOT Leave Home Without Your Mounting Block! I've been dying to ink up this buggy bug stamp that I won from the ever so generous and funny Joanne from "Just a Little Something" and wouldn't you know it, it won't stick to my camera! What's a girl to do? Here I go again, thrashing the house to find something that I can stick this stamp onto (I do this at crops too, yeah, that's me the lady leering over your shoulder at your supplies, I have invaded church kitchens to find a bowl to make a big circle) , I guess if I didn't mind getting the camera sticky I could have used it, but nah, no sticky stuff on camera. I tried a stamp pad lid and ended up with ink all over me and a very bad image, edges sloppy, middle non-existent. I finally found an acrylic box with lots of brads in it - Hey, it's acrylic, the blocks are acrylic, the light bulb in my head turned on and I was able to stamp again. another dilemma solved. Ah, I hope you could stand that suspense.
The other major problem of the day was deciding what shade of green I was going to use on the bug in the buggy. Oh, the heartache, trials and tribulations. I do not know how I make it through the day.
I tell you, life is good. Yesterday my sister-in-law took me and the family out for lunch. We went to a place on the water, and how sweet is it for people to pull up in their boat to the dock next to my table and get out for lunch and while they're eating the staff is washing the boat. I actually said "Life is good" to one of the women as she walked by, and she agreed. So maybe I don't have my mounting block with me, but I can sit by the water watching dolphins cruise by, pelicans coming and going and toss back a brewski. Not a bad day.
Today, we went to the pool, the water was cold, oh dear I had to go sit in the hot tub instead. If you are going through a rough patch, try to remember that this too will pass. Everyday of my life hasn't been this easy and there are many days I complain relentlessly about the trivial nonsense going on but in the end I have to say, "life is good".
I made this card using the sketch from Mojo Monday. I didn't have anything else in mind, just to use this stamp and play in Mojo. The first week of the month is the one with a prize, but there's a good sketch posted there every Monday. Since my first beetle was orange I had to make this little bug orange. I wanted the paper to be bright and cheery to go with the orange bug so I used Basic Grey Sugar Rush dp. I just love the Mays ribbon I got from Michele the Enchanted Stamper. She's one of the NJ SCS stampers I've met at a couple shoe box swaps. Lots of fun and she's got ribbon, what more could you want in a friend.
Here's the deets:
Stamp - Stamping Bella "love beetle" huggabugg
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black and some no name orange from Michael's for edging
Paper - Basic Grey "Sugar Rush" dp, DCWV Neutrals cs
Miscellaneous - Prismacolor pencils, Stickles, dimensionals to pop up the tires and center circle, Pebbles orange candy dots, Glitzy Glitter on the wings, Mays ribbon.
The Challenges:
That's it for today, I hope you life is good too. If it's not so good today call a friend and go out for a drink or a walk and you'll feel better and eventually it'll get better. Thanks for stopping by, I hope you'll come back again. Don't forget to click on the pink ribbon, it's a good thing for you to do and it doesn't cost you a penny.

Desperate Housewife II - The Saga Continues

If you read the previous post you know that I am away from my usual crafting room and with limited supplies. For me very limited, I packed a messenger bag with a little bit of this and that but forgot lots of important stuff, like a mounting block for the few acrylic stamps I did take.
So tonight when I decided I wanted to make a card using the MFT sketch for Wednesday Stamp Club I immediately sought out my camera to use as the mounting block. Well, tonight my stamping was not as successful as last night. I had to stamp poor little PI several times and never did get a good clean image but fortunately for me I have a pretty steady hand and I drew in the lines that didn't come out.
I love to paper piece and it always fun to piece PI's dress. This dp is from the basic Grey Green at Heart pack. Since I had several stamped images on white cs I decided to color her pockets and collar on one of them, and of course they have to match her pink tights. The coloring was done with Prismacolor pencils, no mineral spirits, never tried them but just may have to yet. I added some Martha Stewart pink micro beads to the heart on the mail box. OH MY GOD! Have you ever used those suckers? Well, let me tell you this, those bad boys have a life of their own. This stuff makes glitter look neat. NEVER, EVER, I repeat NEVER, EVER use them outside a confined space like an embossing box or a box lid. I thought I got all the little run aways up - nah, every time I moved something there were more hiding.
The image and the mat (Best Occasions cs) were cut out with the Creative Memories cutting system (I just couldn't deal with dragging my Big Shot along for the ride - but I do have the travel bag for it). Then the edge of the white cs was sponged with Ranger Tattered Rose and somewhere along the line a couple drops of ink appeared on the white cs, and they did not look like they belonged there at all, to me they looked like blobs the size of Rhode Island. After all the work already put into it this baby was not going to get ditched. Scrappers say there are no mistakes, just reasons to embellish so it was time for the thinking cap. Ordinarily I would punch it out and put ribbon through the slot but I don't have that kind of punch with me (if there's ever a next time I'm gonna let a monkey pack for me, it couldn't do a worse job than I did). I had planned on putting just one of those pearl hearts on the lower right side, which I did but I had the idea to put one over the blob. It worked but you can't use two, can you? And since I was already having so much fun with the micro beads I decided to fill the centers of the hearts with them and I really like the way they turned out.
For the cross element the Close to My Heart pink twill ribbon which has been sitting around forever seemed like a good choice. If you want to stamp or write on your ribbon twill is a good choice and I wanted to put my sentiment on it. So back to the mounting block problemo. To get it on the twill I would need to be able to see it. So desperate again, (during the bead round up I was more frantic than desperate) I needed to come up with something clear. The ribbon came in a clear tube and that's what I ended up using, it worked out. I don't recommend it but if you're in a pinch it works.
The inside has a strip of the dp and under that there's another piece of pink cs with the hydrangea punching.
So that's pretty much the details of the card and the saga. Can't wait to try making another card tomorrow, there's bound to be a part III. If nothing whacky happens I'll try to entertain you with some other silliness.
The deets:
Stamp - My Favorite Things "Happy Mail"
Ink - Memento Tuxedo Black, Ranger Tattered Rose
Paper - Basic Grey "Green at Heart" dp, Best Occasion cs
Miscellaneous - Martha Stewart Micro beads (the embellishment from hell), Martha Stewart Hydrangea border punch, pearl hearts from a button package from The Cat's Pajamas, Prismacolor pencils, Close To My Heart twill ribbon, brads
The challenges:
Color Throw Down # 87 - pink, gray and soft olive
Crafty Creations - Paper Piecing
Stamp Something - Pink Somethings
Once again, thank you for stopping by, I appreciate it. If you have time leave a comment but if you're in a hurry will you at least stop to click on the pink ribbon, breast health is not a silly matter. Clicking is good Karma and who can't use a little good karma.
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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Desperate Housewife

Not her silly, me. There's nothing desperate about that woman, she's totally in control, anyone who cooks in pearls and a dress is one cool customer. Now me on the other hand, I do not cook in my Sunday best cause I am messy, I'm good but I wear it all. Same thing when I eat, I'm one of those types you can't take anywhere unless you don't care that I'm gonna spill and look horrible by the end of the meal.
So why am I desperate, you ask. Well I'll tell you. I decided to make a card for the April Guest Designer Challenge at MFT and as it is, I have taken very little supplies with me (oh, we're in parts south, yeah Florida! - any northern thieves beware we left Shamus in charge of the house) and the challenge is to make a masculine card and use metal. Well, I took this WTG stamp set "Lovin' from the Oven" and a couple PI's but not one of the boys (by the way if any of you know where the heck I stowed the boy and his dog from the last release please tell me cause he seems to have run away from home). So I finally decided that I would use the WTG and go with darker more masculine colors, blue is for boys right? And one of the dp's is a paisley print they use that on men's ties right? So I'm on the masculine side. So I go to ink up my stamp and can't find a mounting block. When I threw the few items I took with me in my messenger bag I failed to put in a block. So as I looked around "desperately" trying to figure out what to do I saw my camera and realized it's about the same size as the stamp so I stuck it on. It worked! Voila! Not so easy to see through the camera and as I stamped a couple times in order to cut out paper pieces I hit the one off switch and the lens popped up. I would have taken a photo to show you what it looked like but you can see how that might be a problem. Use your imagination, and when you have that image of me with camera in hand stamping away you can laugh about it, it won't hurt my feelings.
So here's the rest of the deets:
stamps - MFT "Loving from the Oven"
ink - Memento Tuxedo black
color - Prismacolor pencils
paper - the dp is Basic Grey "Skate Shoppe" package; the cs is Best Occasions and Nicole
punches - Martha Stewart "tag"; EK Success "Moroccan Lace" border
miscellaneous- pin from Spare Parts; ribbon MFT, Liquid Pearls, Glossy Accents on bowl, beads "Rhinestone Stickers", glitzy Glitter on the cupcake
The Challenges:
MFT April Guest Designer - Make a Masculine card and use metal (the beads and pins)
Crafty Creations - Anything Goes
Cooking It Up With Kate #14 - Something New (I just got this pin last week have others but this one came from a new package, and it's the first time I've used this stamp set) Something Old (the paper is not new, I think I've had it for two years, Something Sweet well, WTG is always sweet and she's mixing up something sweet, and there's a cupcake inside
Rosie D's Challenge 68 - Blessings (if you've got someone in the kitchen cooking for you that's a blessing, ask anyone who has to do the cooking, that and the talent to make these cards and forum to share them with you all is a blessing - yeah, the Internet is a blessing [and a curse])
For Fun Challenges - Anything Goes but family friendly (that could be June Cleaver in the apron and you don't get any family friendlier that that)
So that's it for this card, I'm so glad you came to visit, if you have the time leave a comment. Before you leave click on the pink ribbon, let's help get some free mammograms out there, and of course I hope you'll come back again.
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