Blow Out Your Candles

This is another card I received from my friend, Kim.  I have missed a few of her club meetings, so she gave me some of the projects she has worked on during the summer.  This is so cute, because the spinner actually works.  I love this stamp set, Take a Spin.  Perfect for an occasion!


So Sweet

This is one of the projects we are going to make at the September club meeting/workshop.  I love the treat cups!  I bought some gum balls for our gum ball machine at home, so I thought it would be a good time to make a this card before the boys chewed all the gum.

The stamp set I used for this card is Something Sweet.  There are a lot of ways to use the treat cups with this set.

God Bless You

Due to the hurricane heading up the east coast, I thought this card would be appropriate to post today.  I used the design on page 77 of the current SU Idea Book & Catalog.  I love going through the catty and looking at the cards made with the sets I own.  I mark the ones I want to recreate.  I used a different color scheme.  I like to use the colors I already own.

The stamp set is Crosses of Hope and I used the new Stripes Textured Impressions folder.


May God be with those who need His help right now.

Birthday Hat

Isn't this the cutest birthday hat treat box?  I didn't stamp this one.  My friend, Kim gave me this, when I went to her house last week.  She gave these to her roommates at the SU convention this year.  Oh, so cute!



Oh, I think I am going to have to get the Blossom Bouquet Triple Layer punch.  Love it!

Photo Booth

Since I got my MAC, Tanner loves to play on the Photo Booth program.  This application fits his personality to the max.  Susanna has given us a great template at Paper Craft Planet to scrap a lot of photos.  When I saw it, I knew I wanted to use these pics.  This was a fast way to scrap a lot of photos that do not need journaling.  The pictures tell ALL!


I am host tomorrow at Paper Craft Planet's Scrappy Sunday.  I hope you can play along with me next week.