My daughter helped me with a craft room yard sale I had in July and she kept admiring this stamp. It is a rolling stamp I had FOREVER but just never used. She LOVES pigs, well, I should say she loves pork and bacon! LOL. Anyway she kept playing with it and then made the comment that her birthday was coming up soon. So I new just what to use when it was time to make her birthday card! I added some embossing and some satin ribbon and Viola! She loved it! Needless to say, it was removed from the yard sale pile, and now has a safe place along with the rest of my rolling stamps! :)
I was pointed in the direction of this charity by a fellow Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melissa. They can use donations of cards, either Handmade, or Store bought for residents of nursing homes. What a great way to share your creativity, while brightening the day of others!!! Here is their website:
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Look who's 7!!!
My "Baby Girl" at her 7th Birthday party
Sweet Smell of Summer
Sniffing a bloom on the butterfly bush outside our home
A mother of a 5 year old boy and a 8 year old girl. I love being a mom! I married a guy I met in first grade! We married May 18th, 2002.
I wanted to have a place that I could show some of my creations. When my sister is able to visit she always asks me what I have been working on, so I thought this way I could keep her updated! It's also a way to show some of my other friends and family what I have been working on! This also gives me a little push to get some things made and posted.
I hope you enjoy the things you find here, and maybe even find some inspiration! Some of the things found on my Blog are by Stampin' Up! Ask me how you can get the stamps, or feel free to look at the current catalog found in the sidebar.(it will download, it takes a few minutes). Feel free to ask me any questions!