Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Spooky Halloween

Since I'm crazy about cats, this new Penny Black "Spooky" clear set was one I had to have even though I'd sworn off adding to my Halloween stamp collection this year. I don't often send Halloween cards, so do I really need another set? What's the point, huh? Well . . . as my friend, Carol, and I like to remind (read enable) each other. . . . When was need ever a factor???! LOL Anyway, this card uses Basic Grey's new Eerie dp. The witch hat is layered with pop dots, the bats are Cuttlebug . . . the cut and emboss combo (Do they still make these . . . very cool!), and that's a Spellbinder tag label sans the ribbon slide parts.

Thank you for the visit today.



Sunday, September 20, 2009

So It's Your Birthday

A quick post . . . the weather is turning ugly, so I need to get off here. The last bad storm we had fried my Ethernet card . . .
The inside of the card reads "I hope you laugh so hard cake and ice cream comes out your nose!"
Thank you for taking time to stop by. PS Check out the slide show at the bottom of the page and let me know what you think. Notice any other changes???

Saturday, September 12, 2009

We'll Be Friends

On a roll . . . .
Thank you for stopping by.

Friday, September 11, 2009

A Baby Boy is Such a Joy

In an effort to try to mend my lazy ways, here's a post (three in two days!!) I think it is self explanatory, but if you have questions, feel free to ask . . . . or comment.

Thank you for the visit today!



Thursday, September 10, 2009

Second POST!

Ok, for those of you only interested in card creations, please check the previous post. But for you cat lovers, I decided to share this picture of my bff, Tiger, sitting and staring at the refrigerator. Do you think he's trying to tell me something? LOL He just cracks me up!

Hugs again!


Another Bloomin' Birthday!

Gosh, time just flies! I've been stamping up a storm, but I get lazy when it comes to editing the photos and posting.

This is one of my latest favs. I just adore this set from Papertrey Ink! I finally got out my (have-to-have it now!) Copic Air Brushing Kit and couldn't be happier with the results. The learning curve was not bad at all, and I'll be using it more now that I know what I'm doing. Anyone know if it's safe to leave it assembled with the air control screw locked or is it necessary to dismantle it after each use? It would be nice to leave it out, (just what I need . . . something else on my desk lol) but I can just imagine this window rattling boom in the middle of the night . . .

Hope you like this recent creation. I'd love to hear comments and any ideas you have on the Copic Air Brushing system.

Hugs to all,