Showing posts from September, 2011

Love You a Latte Card

I love my lattes!  These cards were made using "Just Because Cards", Tim Holtz Distress Inks, and TPC stamps.  Hope you enjoy and thanks for watching.

Card File Box Lid

Woo Hoo! This project is complete.  I will link all the other parts of the project below.  Thanks for watching.
Card File Box - Part 1
Card File Box - Part 2
Card File Box - Inserts

Card File Box Inserts

I finally got around to making the inserts for my altered card box.  It ended up being very simple.

Here are the links for the box tutorials.
Card File Box - part 1
Card File Box - part 2
I hope you enjoy this project.  Keep watching for the final video of the lid for the box.  Thanks for watching and have a great day.

Super Supplies Saturday - Episode #6 (Glitter Glue)

Today we discuss glitter glue (stickles).  I hope you enjoy this video.  Below the video, you will find links to other projects I have made using stickles or glitter glue.  Thanks so much for watching and have a great day.

Stickles Project #1
Stickles Project #2
Stickles Project #3
Glitter Glue Project

Cupcake Birthday Card

This is the card that I made for this month's Card Exchange Club.  The theme was kids birthdays.  I chose the color scheme based on an old paper pad of printed paper from Provo Craft.  I then used paper from the Recollections Soda Pop collection to coordinate.  White, brown, red, and black card stock were pulled from my stash to complete the card.  I used glitter glue from Studio G to add some extra interest to the cherry and the D'Vine Swirls Cuttlebug folder to frost the cupcake.  The cupcake was cut from the Create-a-Critter Cricut cartridge.

Thanks for watching and have a great day!

Card Exchange Club - Kids Birthday

This month's Card Exchange Club's theme was Kids Birthdays.  Please join me as I show you the cards made by the talented ladies in the group.  Thanks for watching and have a great day!


The last 2 weeks have been quite crazy.  Just 4 more days and life should slow down (but only a little).  I have spent much of the last 2 weeks at the dialysis clinic with my in-laws learning about peritoneal dialysis.  I am truly blessed to be part of dad's care team.  Once again, I can see another reason God has taken me on this nursing journey.  It has been exhausting, but it has been good.

While going through e-mail the other day, I came across a post on one of the blogs I subscribe to.  It was about putting meals in the freezer.  Now I have done this before and I love the rewards.  However, that initial day cooking and preparing is very long and can be quite expensive.  This post mentioned a book and I decided to look it up.  It's called, "Don't Panic - Dinner's in the Freezer" and is available on (probably other places as well).  I decided to take a look at it and was able to preview a few of the pages.  I really liked what I saw.  Being the …

Haul and a Giveaway

Please leave your comment below and become a follower to enter a chance to win the giveaway.  I plan to have a couple of "surprises" to go with the giveaway as well.  Thanks for watching and have a great day.

Terrific Tools Tuesday - Episode 5 (Stamps)

Today we explore different kinds of stamps.  Thanks for stopping by to watch this.

Super Supplies Saturday - Episode #5 (Perfect Pearls)

Today we will talk about Perfect Pearls by Ranger.  Let me know what you think of this fun product!  Have a great day!


Things in life have a way of coming up on you fast.  That is the way this week has gone.  I missed Terrific Tools Tuesday due to computer issues.  We are back up and running though so watch for next week's full feature.  The upcoming week is going to be very full for my family.  The kids start school on Tuesday and that is going to keep us hopping.  There are some other commitments that will take me away from the blog often in the next few weeks.  Thanks for your patience and keep checking for great projects.