not at posting but at at making cards and everything else!! I got together with a friend last week and stamped and colored while our kiddos played. We all had a great time. Here is my first card from an image that I colored at Amy's house. He's a Whipper Snapper stamp...isn't he just the cutest with his little stick horse?? I hand-drew the wood floor after my dear friend, Candice, taught me how to do it. I colored him using Copics and the ovals were cut using Nestie ovals. The background candycane stripe is from the new Martha Stewart Christmas paper stack found at Walmart. My dear friend, Suzanne from Texas, sent me this stack for my birthday!!
Here is an anniversary card that I got an order for. It was for a 63rd wedding anniversary...so I knew that it needed to be EXTRA special! I chose an all white theme and LOVE how it turned out. I used my Cricut for this card. I used Happily Ever After for the silhouette of Cinderella and her Prince and George for the heart. I layered it all on and used pop dots for the heart and Cinderella and the Prince. I used a Studio G clear stamp for the sentiment. Inside the card, I printed out the words to "their song". I also added some bling to the front and inside too.
DH is a pharmacist at Walmart and they were having an open house to recruit new pharmacists so the pharmacy techs have been working their tails off cleaning the pharmacy top to bottom..removing ALL the bottles from the shelves and everything. It looked amazing in there when they were all done. But one in particular went above and beyond by taking the horse by the reins and made a list of what needed to be done and made sure that everyone did their part and got that place in tip-top shape!! Charlie had asked if I would make a card for her and for the rest of the staff so I whipped up these cards. The stamp is Domestic Goddess Hanna from hannastamps.com. My best friend, Candice, had stamped these images for me a long time ago. See, we used to swap stamped images in hopes of spending less on stamps...that worked for about 2 months. LOL Anyways, I colored her using Copics and cut her out using Nesties. Background paper is by MME.