Saturday, September 18, 2010

Saturday Sharing

WOW this was a LONG week. I'm still cramming away for the exams. BUT happy day today - I got my pass to schedule my CCRN and intend to take it in the next two weeks so that I can concentrate on the CNRN the entire month of October. It's scheduled for October 29th so no working around that date only this one. I've been studying like crazy! OH, and trying to gear up to take Brandy to California next week - sniff sniff. Not ready for my baby girl to fly away but all I can do is support her decision. BUT for today I have cards to share. The first card here is for the sketch over at Unscripted Sketches. This week there's a twist added - monochromatic color so I picked pink! The stamp is a new one I got from Lilly of the Valley - Cardstock is from Core'dinations of course and paper is from a Noel Mignon kit.

Next card is for the card sketch over at The Sweet Stop. For this I pulled out some Unity stamps, added some Flower Soft to the stem and papers all from Crate Paper.
Then over at Designed 2 Delight Faith has this adorable image. I used some Core'dinations cardstock together with my last year's Noel Mignon kit goodies to create this.
Thanks for stopping by - have another one I'll try to get up in the morning. It's pouring here and I can't get a good picture.


  1. Debbie, these are just beautiful! I love them both, but the pink one really stole my heart!


  2. These are fabulous, as usual! Love all of them!

  3. Great cards Debbie! I especially love the one with the "once in a while" quote!

  4. I wished i could make cards like you do hon
    dear goodness they are great!

  5. Awesome Cards ...very inspiring...thanks for sharing

  6. Very busy lady! All of these cards are just wonderful. Love the dotted swiss tree on the halloween card though. ~chris

  7. Wonderful cards Debbie! You will do just fine on your exams. I wish you luck and piece of mind. :)

  8. Awesome creations Deb! The pink one is soooooo sweet! And I really love the Halloween card too! So fun! :)

    All the best for the exams!

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