Saturday, April 28, 2012


Hi blog buddies! I made this thank you card for a sweet lady that my husband works with. She gave him a ride home a few times this week and i thought what a perfect reason to make a card!!

My design inspiration was from the sketch at the Flutter by Wednesday challenge. I was really sad to read this was their last challenge. I am sure they will be missed.
 I used my  Best of 2006 Cricut cartridge  for the Thank you. All the paper is by Simply Delightful. I got to use my little Tim Holtz tool to distress the edges of the paper, my Martha Stewart butterfly punch and I embossed the light pink paper with a floral pattern from Darice. I also plan on entering this card in to the following challenges:

Thanks for stopping by!

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Yummy candy!

Hello friends!
I want to tell everyone to hop on over to Lisa's Creative Niche. She is giving away some yummy candy to celebrate her  first publication ever in Scrap N Art Magazine!! Please stop by and give her a big CONGRATULATIONS!! 

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Huge $100 giveaway!!

Kristen Wilson Handmade is having a huge giveaway! She just started a new blog and is giving $100 give certificate to Make sure you check it out!

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Whiskers Graphics

Congraulations Whiskers Graphics for reaching 2000 likes on FB! To celebrate they are having amazing giveaways at their blog! They are giving away Scrolly Square Labels and the giveaways will get bigger and better as the week goes on. Make sure you stop in and join the fun!

Butterfly kisses

Happy Tuesday blog buddies!

My wonderful BFF Jessica gave me an awesome spreed sheet listing all of the challenges that she likes to enter. I have been stopping by the sites just checking things out and I came across this amazing challenge! Flutter by Wednesday's weekly challenge is to create a card with an uplifting sentiment and of course butterflies or fairies. The best part of this challenge is that its actually a card drive for an organization called Butterfly Kisses. I visited the website and read what Nancy, a design team member at Flutter By wrote. This wonderful nonprofit organization was started by two North Carolina teenagers! They deliver care packages to children with cancer and other terminal illness. This really touch my heart and my 15 yr daughters too. My daughter has decided to spend some of her Spring Break helping me make as many cards as we can to send to them. I really encourage all of you to visit the the website to learn more about it. I have seen so many talented women making beautiful cards. Lets all send a few of our amazing cards and brighten a child's day!