Spring break starts today! Yea!!! Got an email from school, they will have less than 40 days left once they return and 40 suprises before the end of the year. That is kinda cool…..one suprise they found about today is a semi-formal dance at the school, just for their class. But, it does make me realise just how quickly summer shall be here! Here are 3 cards to keep you

A cool project via California!

Here is a great project – from a Stamping friend in California. There are a couple of things that I truly love about this Birthday calendar… *it is perpetual – you place all your birthdays on it ONE time and it is done! Keep it forever! *The colors she used – very bright and happy! *AND, it is a project you can make for YOU! So many of the things

Punchin… the old fashion way!

It is not that I have never met a craft I didn’t like {but} I do like the quick crafts, the ones I can pick up and finish in just a few minutes or at most an hour or two…. Well, tonight we take a break from the zillion of great punches that line my shelves ~ and delve into my current lastest love {punchneedle} Here is my lastest creation,

Ever have days when you don’t have time to stamp? That has been ME recently…..taxes, re-carpeting (thus re-organizing!) my office and preparing for our annual demonstrator training day that shall be here before we know it….. Thankfully, I have friends who can stamp so incredibly well….so I have some new samples to show you! This beautiful card was made by Theresa….totally lovely…. Here are some more by Theresa and one

Tiny Treasures! Ventures in mini scrapbooks

I LOVE to scrapbook, but I am also a realist and it took nearly a decade, but I have come to the conclusion that scrapbooking in the traditional form just doesn’t fit into my schedule. The last 12×12 pages I made for my scrapbook (not for class samples!) were last December – not 2006, 2005! There, did I make some of you feel much better?! Instead, I have done a

Covering Chipboard Journals

There were 2 mistakes on my mini journal, but those are only in the eye of the maker…..but I will tell you, just to show you that if you think you have a mistake, you are likely the only one who will notice it!

This is kinda hard to see in the picture, but literally took just minutes to make. It is an acrylic clear frame with a magnet on the back ($1.50 at Target:). I used the Simply Scrappin Sell-A-Bration packet and quickly designed a note them on the celery cardstock. Then I just slipped it into the frame and added my post it notes to the outside of the frame. Perfect for