Ok, so now you probably know that my Stampin’ Buddy Lynne and I get together every Tuesday afternoon for a couple of hours of stamping. So we got on a roll with gift card cards for graduation. This was the last card we made. I really don’t like the color combo, but Lynne said, “Oh just do it”. So I finished the card, but I don’t like it. I don’t like the way it closes…
Here is a bottle treat holder that I found on Sudsol by Paula Goff. She does such great work. I used the Tart & Tangy stamp set with the Summer Picnic DSP. Both found in the Occasion’s Mini Catalog. I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this before but SU is extending the Mini until June 30th, that’s a whole month more. I don’t think I’ve used the stamps in previous catalogs as much as I…
This is a side view of the holder.
How is this for a “Man Card”? Thanks again to Jackie Topa for this cute card. (of course, in a manly kind of way, cute). Very easy to make, check out her blog.
This is a Father’s Day Wallet that was on Jackie Topa’s blog. This was so easy and will make a great gift for Grandpa.
Inside of wallet. Those are my Granddaughter’s. Jocelyn is not happy, not sure why, but Gianna is smiling big.
I found this on Patty Bennett’s blog a while back. The original idea came from Vickie Callier. I can see these as a great idea for a birthday party treats. I used the Sale-A-Bration stamp set, So Many Scallops for the topper. You can get the directions on Patty’s blog.
This is page #1. Katie’s not a happy camper in this photo. I have been trying now for 3 days to get this album uploaded and on to my blog. Not sure why this is happening, so I won’t be showing you the album front. This is so frustrating. So please forgive me. This album is for our new Great Niece, Katie Michelle. She was born on March 19, 2008. And was only 4 lbs…
This is the second page of my “Love” book. You can see Mommy and Daddy of the left and Katie on the right. She has so much blonde hair. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a blonde baby come out with so much hair!
This is the 3rd page. You can see how small Katie is by the size of her Daddy’s hand.