Sunday, February 28, 2010

CPS Sunday

Sunday - means getting ready to go back to work and Monday's are 15 hour days for me. I do an extra partial shift as charge in the Trauma ICU on Monday afternoons - the fill-in space. But it's fun to keep my hands on with the ICU team so I usually enjoy it. But I seem to have this little cloud that haunts me and we usually end up so busy it's crazy! Today I just have one card to share - my CPS card. Spend the rest of the day working on some pages for Core'dinations and my cards for DT work.

For today I decided to stick with Core'dations cardstock and used a stamp from Cornish Heritage Farms.
Also sharing a page I did for Core'dinations using only core cardstock - no fancy sheets this time just different shades of blues.


Thanks for stopping by!

10 comments:

  1. OH Debbie, wow, do you creations every make those Core'dinations cardstocks shine! LOVE the embossing, love what you did with the CPS sketch.

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  2. Beautiful!! Love me some Core'dations!! Dont work to hard. I know what you mean, Tomorrow is cardiac Cath Monday for me!!! I am an assistant nurse manager on a PCU unit, and one of the things we do is recover Cath patients.On Mondays those cardiologists bust out those caths one after another. So my 12 hour shift usually turns into a 14 hour shift...So don't let busy crazy drive you nuts...I'm right there with ya babe!!! Lisa

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  3. Wow!! Monday's are long days for you!!! I love your cps card and layout!

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  4. Really neat card that you made, love the colors and the earthiness of it. Its good to hear of other people in the medical field retreating to crafty things like scrapbooking and card making on there days off- I bill for commercial claims at our local hospital and Mondays are crazy too!

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  5. I am always amazed by your card stock creations...hope your day tomorrow goes quickly!

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  6. You're really great with cardstock Debbie! I love the simplicity of the card and how you let the photo take centerstage in that LO! I've forgotten how effective paper tearing can be in creating wonderful textures! Awesome work! :)

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  7. Gorgeous! Love the browns with those sparkly rhinestones! So pretty!

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  8. I don't usually see the Diamond Plate folder used for feminine cards, but this looks great! YOu really make me look outside the box.

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  9. Great projects! I LOVE the layout!

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  10. love love the projects and your blog. thanks for sharing. march 5 is my bday. a win would be great.

    chriswooten57
    mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

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