Well got busy yesterday and didn't get around to taking pictures until late. Had to be in town at 7:30 (EEK!) am to get an MRI on my foot. If you have never had one on an extremity it's about the weirdest feeling! The waves play off your nerves and at first it feels like someone is just lightly stroking your foot but then as it intensifies it's SO hard not to jerk your foot back! Oh well, it's over and should have results soon. I' m also hoping to make a trip up to see Kim soon and get a new picture - I'm getting sick of looking at this picture of me and Kim is the only one besides me who ever picks up the camera and takes one of me.! First of all I wanted to share this card I made for the Cardvarks challenge to create a tall card. Since I had just gotten some wonderful Webster's Pages papers I went to them right away to create this. This paper is so beautiful it's almost hard to cut it up! Can't say enough good things about Webster's Pages.
For the CPS sketch this week I pulled out some October Afternoon. I LOVE this paper line - just adorable!
Next I want to share my card I did for the Card Patterns sketch challenge this week. For this I decided to get another birthday card done (for my grandson Kadin who is a bug lover - yuck-bugs!). But this 3bugsinarug paper is perfect for him. Actually that's why I bought it - to make cards for him! Needless to say he's going to be 7! All my little ones are growing up! But before you know it so will Brandy and Jason and they will have more and more babies for all of us to spoil eventually (NOT SOON I HOPE!)
Then I also want to share my card for Unscripted Sketches this week. For this one I pulled out some October Afternoon and teamed it with a rub-on from Pink Paisley and some Core'dinations cardstock.
Then I made this card for one of the challenges/tutorials over at My Sketch World and loved how it came out. I had just bought this Christmas line from American Crafts last week but the little dots were perfect for a tree.
Lastly this is a page I did for I Am A Scrapaholic this month with some Jenni Bowlin and Teresa Collins lines. This is my mother, my niece and my little great-niece at her first recital.
Thanks for coming by! I'm totally addicted to these now. I have 4 boxes of cards and about half my 50 Christmas cards done!