Friday, November 26, 2010

Well I made it back a little faster this
Here is a re make of the long blue non traditional colors card...I decided it needed a bit of something, it was too plain for even me... : )
And I made another one using up another left over piece and some dp by SU along with using some ribbon from SU, in an in color from last year, Red Riding Hood ...though the scan is showing it all crazy, it is simply a shade of red solid ribbon... and my newest punch that I just love...
I still have not decided on a layout or color for this years design, but at least I am playing again... Thanks for stopping by... I hope to have more soon so you can visit me again... Enjoy the season, ALL of it !~

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Hello, has it really been three weeks since I was here?? Sorry about that... I was thinking today that I really need to be busy on my Christmas cards, so I opened up THAT box and started looking through it. I seem to have many odds and ends and left over pieces, so I started playing around.. Both of these will fall into the Non Traditional colors for a Christmas card, but clean lines and super easy. And that was perfect for a day of just not feeling well or having any "mojo"...The blue one is a 7 1/2 in by 3 3/4 inch card the other is regular size at 5 1/2 inch by 4 1/4 inches.
I warned you, these are super plain and simple...near the blah state... But hey, I stopped in and maybe I will get into the mood this way. I hope to find some real creativity and come back to share something
Until then, I hope you are having a good day and enjoying the season... As always, Thanks for stopping by, come back when you can sit and visit ...

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


My friend owns a fabulous gift shoope here in town. I get to help her there any time I want is just like playing to me, I love being at her store... Any way, she wanted to host an event for Halloween, and call it WITCHES NIGHT OUT.So a few of us offered to help her, and the plans began... One of the ladies helping came up with the idea that we should all dress up in the Wizard of OZ costumes, and if you know me, I usually have my little dog with me.So guess which character I got to be?? Yep, Dorothy. So with help of my daughters, and husband, and the sewing expertise of my sister in law... I was transformed into Dorothy for the night.My daughter Krista, was Glenda, and my oldest grand daughter was a Flying Monkey...and she was fabulous, stealing ToTo and all... L O L

We had a fantastic time, along with many others. Everyone enjoyed themselves. There was a costume contest, BOO LIGHT specials, discounts, in store specials and refreshments of every kind... The cake was designed and made by my youngest daughter, Krista, and pumpkin bars by our scarecrow , punch and finger goodies were plentiful too along with a scary punch !

So here are some pictures of the night...hope you enjoy them...I know we all totally enjoyed our selves...