I’ve always loved the short expression, ” Love you more than the stars.” I would say it to my children every night before they went to bed. My oldest son and I would come up with infinite examples to top each other. We’d keep saying it to each other as I walked out of their… Continue reading Love You Mas.
Welcome to my stop on the Falling for Handmade Paper Blog Hop! Today we have a dozen talented bloggers sharing projects featuring handmade paper paired with Club Scrap’s Falling Leaves collection. Click HERE for a full list of bloggers. Be sure to leave a comment on every participating blog to be entered into a random… Continue reading Pulp and Deckle!
I am all about a good punny birthday card, especially one that wobbles! There’s still time to join this week’s Cupcake Inspirations challenge! Bugaboo Stamps is our sponsor this week and they are offering a $12 gift code to our randomly chosen winner. Create something blue and white and link up HERE for your chance… Continue reading Fishy Wishes
One of my favorite books as a little girl was Goops and How to be Them. It is a book of nonsense verse written for children and I thought the poems were hilarious! The Goops make wonderful examples of how not to behave by cleverly illustrating proper manners from improper manners. The Goops they lick… Continue reading Good Advice and Other Nonsense
I love fall… and school supplies! My favorite part of fall was “back to school” shopping. New clothes, shoes, haircut, and school supplies! When I was in elementary school in the early 80’s, we had to cover our text books. It was a creative process using brown paper bags that mom saved after grocery shopping.… Continue reading Back to School!
I just rekindled a romance with the Silhouette Cameo. It was there all the time and I didn’t even realize I needed it. It was practically brand new, I only used it a handful of times, so I dusted it off and turned it on. Everything was working fine, I even upgraded to the Design… Continue reading A Little Frappe Makes Everything Better
My first introduction to horror movies as a little girl was Dracula starring Christopher Lee. I still sleep with my blankets around my neck! I’m not a fan of gore, but I do enjoy a good psychological thriller. The “Psycho” shower scene scared me so badly in junior high that I was afraid to close… Continue reading “V” is for Violence