Thursday, April 15, 2010

Cute Cards!

Been meaning to post these great thank you cards that I received from some majorly talented gals!  The cards are always so much prettier IRL!  The cute Alien card is from Jen Y.  So cute!
This one above is from Michelle.  I just love it!  Check out a closer look at the bling and fluffy kitty!
It's always fun receiving these cards in the mail.  Teri's got a great One Card Swap (OCS), now being hosted by Linda & Kyoko, here.  Try it out, it's super fun!   Beats getting bills in the mail!

Saturday, April 10, 2010

March OCS

Here's my March OCS from my partner, Vina.  It's so cute!  Love the colors that she used.  I'm off to go look for Cheeky Shooter's stallion!

Happy Saturday all!


Thursday, April 8, 2010


Gave these out to our parents and Aunty for Easter.  At Ross, found these cute little egg whiskers.  They fit perfectly into these plastic containers that I found from Teri's blog, here.
 The tag was made with an Easter Whipper Snapper stamp (from Joy) that Skye had picked out at the Swap Meet. :)
Found this cute little box tutorial, here.  Simple and easy to make.

Hope everyone had a great Easter!


Sunday, April 4, 2010

Happy Easter

Learned how to make these cute Easter Chick baskets at Teri's class and couldn't wait to duplicate it.  Made these for DD2's basketball team.

Happy Easter!  Hope your day is filled with laughter and love!

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Mini Desk Tidy

"Copy cat, eat a rat"....that's me!...well, minus the rat,....bleh...
Ever since1luvnmama so graciously sent me a mini desk tidy, here.  I've been wanting to make a few.  Copied adjusted dimensions from Joy, here.  Be sure to peruse their blogs...they're uber talented!

Picked up some really cute DP paper from ManLe, here.  Used Tiddly Inks cute...left it plain because I wanted to showcase the cupcakes.
Gonna take the girls to hunt some real Easter Eggs!  Maybe even find a golden egg!
Happy Egg Hunting!

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Double Shaker, Baby!

If you've seen some of the talented local crafters' blogs, guarantee you've seen the double shaker card.  It was all started by the Queen of Queen Crafters, Teri.  It was my lucky day when Teri would teach how to make them suckers.  It wasn't as hard as it looks.  I'd say that the cutting of the foam was the hardest part.  The next hardest was choosing the beads to go inside the shaker.
I can't wait to try making another one.  But, for now, I'll just enjoy this one.
Shake, shake, shake!!