Wednesday, June 13, 2007
I love my idea to use this longaberger piece for my punch storage. I just got all this rubbermaid plastic drawer storage...doesn't look too bad. I use my longaberger baskets for odds and ends ...you know all the things that need homes so you throw it in the basket. The comfy chair is for my darling husband when he comes up to visit me when I am stamping or tutoring online to pay for my stamping addiction. The chair is placed right in front of a large televison. He can watch his programs and chat with me.
Okay so here it is...my stamping space! I did have the stamping space blahs until I got everything organized! Woohoo! I did it ...it loooks great...hope it stays somewhat neat. This room is the so called "bonus" room above our garage. It is the only upstairs part of our house. The room is mine...all mine! I am so lucky! I am uploading all the pictures I took. if anyone has a question about what I did with storage, just ask away!
Here is my darling daughter's birthday party invite. She is turning 9 this weekend. I had the idea of using a flip flop theme, but she came up with the phrase, "Flop On Over". She is so creative! Together, we come up with some cool creations. The doodle this alphabet was used for the cool phrase. The border of flops is the $1 Michael's Flip Flop stamp that I finally got to use!! The big flip flop is from the 2 step die cut for my Cuttlebug. My daughter wanted to use a hot pink color and black since she is having a karaoke sleepover. I used cardstock from my LSS, I didn't want to use my SU cardstock! The polka dot backgroun from Polka Dots and Paisley's is on the flip flop. The bling flower is from Making Memories which I bought at my LSS. I used stickes in black, clear, and silver on the other flops, as well as the flower on the doodle this "n". Of course, this was the 3rd card idea. My daughter was so frustrated by the time we finally agreed on the design. She is not as picky as me. I think it turned out great! Of course, the inside was just printed from the computer.
Thursday, June 7, 2007
I love this graduation card! I used my Cuttlebug to emboss the back with divine swirls in white. Before embossing, I stamped in Cranberry Crisp the Congratulations.
I then used my Cricut and Mini Monograms to cut out the scalloped circles in CCrisp and marigold morning. The card is Cranberry crisp and ribbon is from a LSS. I used CCrisp and Mmorning to stamp the image from Happy Harmony. I think it came out great. I got the idea from a fellow SCS. I used the minimates I Did It Stamp on the Envelope. The congratulations stamp is from $1 bin at Micheals.