Finally some cards….and shameless cute pics of my kids!

Sorry about not posting much this week….too much going on!

Here is a little winter weather inspiration for you:

IMG_2713 How cute are these two?  This is nothing more than a cheap $1 frame, a little kiwi prints paper, a photo, a little rubon and some flower fushion attached with a brad and glue dots.  HOW fast and easy is this–makes a great gift for grandma, or for you!  I love it!

IMG_2715 Oh my goodnesss, another adorable pic (this time with cousins)….these are good lookin' kids, don't ya think?! :)  Not that I have any bias, but wow!!

Now that I am done telling you how cute my kids and my sister's kids are, let me tell you about the frame…

This was made with the small board book basics, the my way punch, flower fusion and some cardstock.

Colors are rose red, pumpkin pie, and old olive!


IMG_2809 This cool card was done using the new Sweetest stem embosslit.  I cut it twice–one in pink pirouette, and one in kiwi kiss.

I then layered parts that I cut off behind the kiwi one to make it look like a lily…cool, huh??

The printed paper is raspberry tart and the edges are sponged with rose red ink.  Let's celebrate is from the set, On Your Birthday.


IMG_2821 This sweet and simple card uses one of my favorite sets, Pocket Silhouetes.  Colors are Whisper White, Chocolate chip and Tangerine Tango.  The 1 1/4 and scallop square punches are used here…quick and easy!

IMG_2884 Here is another goody…the set is Upsy Daisy and the colors are Basic Gray, Baja Breeze with whisper white.  The punches are layered and are the wide oval along with the designer label punch.

The gray taffeta is perfect with this card (and the background is sprinkled with the itty bitty backgrounds stamp (which, I believe is the oldest, longest running stamp set in the current catalog…wow!)  How about that for some useless trivia for your friday morning! 🙂

1 thought on “Finally some cards….and shameless cute pics of my kids!”

  1. How adorable are those kids- Last time I saw you here, your son was still just a glimmer in your eye! I am so glad I found your blog- So Creative as always!
    Lynda Lee


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