“The faculty of imagination is both the rudder and bridle of the senses.” Leonardo Da Vinci It’s amazing what I can come up with when I let my imagination free! I limited myself to a handful of never used stamps, my box of paper scraps and an action wobble. Why not see where your imagination… Continue reading Imagine
Welcome to my stop on Shake it Up Blog Hop! If you landed here from Narelle’s blog you are in the right place, but you can always start at the beginning of the hop here. Today’s hop features “wiggle, jiggle, slide, roll, flip or fold” projects by the Connie Can Crop and Friends Blog Hop group and we have some… Continue reading Shake It Up Blog Hop!
Almost a year ago I posted about my husband’s new hobby… beekeeping! The weather is warming up and the bees are getting busy. We just finished the last of our honey from last summer and I’m ready for the next honey harvest. Stay tuned for more bee themed projects coming soon! Today’s post is part… Continue reading BEE yourself!
I miss riding my bike… My best friends and I were riding regularly and we got off track with our busy lives. As soon as the time changes, I’m hitting the road again and I’m dragging them with me! I made this a birthday card for the crazy chick in sunglasses ⬆! She’s a year… Continue reading I Wheelie Want to Ride my Bicycle!
It’s time for a the new bi-weekly challenge at Cupcake Inspirations and we want you to add some plaid! Newton’s Nook is our sponsor and will be providing a $25 gift certificate to our randomly chosen winner! I used the Newton’s Nook Pineapple Delight stamp set and matching dies to create my plaid pineapples. (You’ll… Continue reading Pineapple Plaid
A few months ago I started to make a set of cards, got distracted and put the scraps aside for another day. Today is the day because the music themed card stock was perfect for this month’s JFF challenge! I used a number of JFF stamps to create this set of cards. My first card… Continue reading Musical Trio
I am the mother of two fine sons and a pretty awesome husband. We raised them to be good men. They are kind, loving, secure and confident, but not arrogant. They treat everyone with respect until they are given a reason not to! They are both men of integrity and they make their parents proud… Continue reading Queen of Hearts