Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Thanks for your Patience...

Hello Creative Gals.. Thank you for your patience with my posting! Just to announce Evan Michael was born April 9th. So, see my latest creation!!

I will be back to creating soon.. Next week we will be making our big move to Dallas, so new baby and a move...needless to say life is CRAZY!!

Tuesday, April 6, 2010


I am so proud of myself for keeping up with my posting this past week. Call it the nesting, I am not sure.. hopefully by the time this one posts I will actually be holding my new little boy. I have been working on some cards for a friend, which has been great because it is forcing me to be down in my stamp cave and CREATE!

Enjoy this quick little birthday card! I made a girl & boy design.. I just love this card!! It feels so good to be stamping more again!

SUPPLIES: Stamp Sets: It's Your Birthday (retired); Ink: Chocolate Chip; Paper: retired DSP, Certainly Celery, Close to Cocoa, Whisper White, Creamy Caramel, Pretty in Pink, Ballet Blue; Misc: Big Shot, Impression Pads, Stampin Sponge, Certainly Celery Grosgrain Ribbon, 2-Way Glue Pen, Dazzling Diamonds, Scallop Circle Punch.

Sunday, April 4, 2010


Okay this is the last of my Easter Goodie posts.. I made this fun project for my Preschoolers. Easter is such an amazing time in our lives as we celebrate Jesus dying and being raised from the dead. It is because of that very act in history that we can live as we do today!

I hope you enjoy these fun little gifts!! The most amazing thing is the total cost of this gift was around: $1.30 each, can you believe it!! I love a good deal!

I got these HUGE coloring books at our local dollar store, these pictures don't do the size of them any justice. They are GINORMOUS!! I found the sparkly crosses in the clearance bin at our local Joann's, and the crayons were purchased before the school year started.

I just added a couple punches and Happy Easter! I just know the kiddos will LOVE these!!

Friday, April 2, 2010

Easter Made Simple...

This little container is for a special friend to our family! I can't say her name just in case she checks this... LOL!!

This is yet again a SIMPLE treat container I found in the Target Dollar Spot and just added a little ribbon & rub-on. Don't look at the rub-on to closely, I made a boo boo. Yes, even I made boo boo's from time to time.

Isn't my bunny model adorable? I have two Easter baskets for Drew this year just in case I am in labor this weekend, as I have already made up his Easter basket, so he needs another one to go on the Easter Egg hunt...always prepared!!