All kinds of creepiness is happening over at The Rubber Cafe. This is my take on some spook!! I just loved the webs and had to create with them.
September 20, 2014
September 18, 2014
Ever get a sentiment in your project life cards that says exactly what you want to say? Then, you casually look to the stack near by and see orange hearts on another PL card calling your name? it doesn't stop there, as your searching for the perfect flair, out jumps another orange heart that cannot match any more perfectly!!! (That might be what happens when you just have too many.)
I designed this card with mostly project life cards from Me and My BIG Ideas. Just the cardstock base, the two die cut hearts, which are from The Cut Shoppe, and a flair from A Flair for Buttons, but the rest is from PL cards.
Just a pretty, simple card to mail to a friend.
Thanks for popping by.
Oh my goodness, even my signature matches:o)
September 17, 2014
If you have a child anywhere between the ages of 7-20, specifically boy, you all know about over-priced sneakers. Well, in this house, we have had several conversations that revolve around Lebron's. At the end of the last school year, it was a daily topic. More like begging. My boy would request a pair of "Lebron's". For those of you who have sheltered children, or don't live near the hood, or don't watch TV, Lebron's are the ugliest, most expensive, highly sought after sneaker out there. After many, many chores (that had to be without resistance) we broke down. Well, my husband broke down and got my kid a pair of sneaks that I am embarrassed of:o) You just can't buy them anywhere, that's if they even have the ones your looking for, and in the size you need. Nothing matches except the really expensive t-shirt that he had to have too. Then, when you get the sneakers, you have to have the really ugly, over-priced socks too. You just can't wear what you already have. Anyway, he sported them at times throughout the summer (selectively). When school started, we waited to see if others had them, then a few days into the school year, he broke them out. Bam. Just like that. The cat is out of the bag!
This picture is from this summer when we went to a Mexican restaurant for dinner. He matched there just fine with all the colorful chairs and decor! I sat at a different table:o)
I used MAMBI (Me and My Bid Ideas) product for this layout and some Thicker letters. The star cut file is from an amazing Etsy store, The Cut Shoppe!
Click on this pic to read the journaling.
If anyone is looking to hire, let me know! We are broke!!! Oh wait, HE should start sending out fliers to the neighbors about odd jobs he is willing to do like I did when I was a kid! Maybe, walk the dog? pick weeds? Mow the grass? All at least worth a buck or two! Then maybe, we can eat again:o)
September 15, 2014
It is not often enough that I get to see my sister. She is probably one of the most important people in my life, and I don't spend enough time with her. Thank God for Alexander Graham Bell and the nerds who invented the smart phone. We talk and text but I'd rather see her. Over the 4th of July this past year, she came down to visit. We were busy prepping for a BBQ, but took time out to snap a quick pic. I was worried about the scar on my knee showing, so she covered it with her legs. Both of them:o) That is what sisters do!
Dear Lord, did you see this Foxy flair? Isn't it just the best thing you have ever seen?
For this layout, I used the True Friends collection from Fancy Pants. I even utilized the packaging. The color pallet of this line is stunning. I think this may be my third layout, all completely different, with this same collection.
Hug your sister if you can. If you happen to see mine, hug her or me too:o)