Welcome to my World

Welcome to my little corner of the vast God planned domain. I plan to share mostly my card projects here, you might even possible see some scrapping, quilt projects, and photography. Who knows I may even try other other craft projects. I am also going to share a selection of little recipe cards I have collected over the past few years - scrapped, of course. There may even be some little things of greatness of my daily life. Every now and then, I might even vent!

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Getting a lot of swap completed

Made these two cards today for a floral swap.  I am having so much fun completing my swap on SCS. Hope people are liking the cards I am making. The top card is using CC302 and SC313 turned the long way up.. The stamp is Fast and Fabulous from SU using white, Real Red and Black. The ribbon is SU Real Red Ribbon Grosgrain Polka Dot and I tied it in the center with some red spool of ribbon. I am not sure I like the two step stamping much as I wish it would line up better.  The bottom card is CC293 Concord Cherry Olives. I used the Because I Care stamp for the flower and thank you. The flower is t5amped in Crushed Concord and leaves are Old Olive with the Thank you in Cherry Cobbler. Flower is back in Cherry Coblbb\er and double border punches in Olive and Concord accented with Ruby rhinestones. Thanks for looking. These are in the mail soon.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Get Well Soom

Another card for the masculine swap. Also for the SC312 and CC303-Old Navy delight.I completed this swap and they will be postal tomorrow. I feel like I am the one that needs this card. I woke up with a sore throat today and do not feel like doing anything now.
Stamps: SU Countryside and Sincere Salutations
Paper: SU, Whisper White, Old Olive, Night of Navy and Daffodil Delight
Ink: Night of Navy
Accessories: Border punch

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Birthday Wishes for Swap

This is a card I made for a masculine swap on SCS. Also used challenges Mojo171 and CC301 on SCS.
I did change the Mojo171 to an oblong card because this is just about the best size for mailing and swapping.
The recipe for this card was Mojo171 Sketch.
Ink : SU Going Grey
Paper: All SU, Whisper White, Marina Mist, Going Grey, Concord Crush from CC301
Stamps: Countryside and Sincere Salutations by SU
Accessories: CM Cutting System for oval, miscellaneous brads, dimensional under the end of the oval.

Monday, December 27, 2010


This was my favorite Christmas Gift of all time.  I have had by pictures in packets trying to find time to scrap them.  Now I don't have to, I am going to make a couple of albums for grandmothers now.  My daughter made me this most wonderful 8x8 album patterned after her 12x12,  It is the most beautiful wedding album I have ever seen.  She wrote me a special thank you as the last page that made me cry.  Amazingly they do grow up and learn to appreciate their parents very much. I hope she made an album also for Matt's mother.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Votive Cup Gifts for...

  1. my office mates.  They were a little hard to scan on a flat bed but I am sure you can make out what they are. I took clear 2" tall votive cups and wrapped with a piece of Stampin' Up Jolly Holiday DSP. Then wrapped some 1/4" picot edged ribbon above that. Stamped the ornament from SU Tags Til Christmas in Cherry Cobbler or Old Olive, punch with SU ornament punch and adhered with dimensionals. At the top of the ornament I adhered a coordinating ribbon, inserted a votive candle and they are completed.  I made 32 of these for about 75 cents apiece. great way to use scraps from another project of cards made for a swap back in October.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Back in Our Home at the best time of year

We moved back into our refurbished home last week on Friday. Saturday had a few friends come and help start unpacking. Got most of the kitchen together what I can find.  Most of the boxes were not marked so cannot find a lot of stuff yet. Monday both my hubby and I came down with horrible colds.  I tried to work on Tuesday but came home early and spent next two days in bed only to wake up to snow Thursday.  Today is the first day I even feel like doing something,  Hope we are better soon and my son, now living with us, does not come down with it as we are supposed to travel to other side of WA to spend Thanksgiving with my daughter and her hubby.  Some day I promise to post more wedding pictures and some house refurbish pictures. God Bless one and all and thanks for your patience while I was gone.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Still Homeless

We still are not living in our house, but I am able to come into my scrap room now and use my computer.  They hopefully will have it rebuilt by mid October.  They had to totally gut the basement and start over - all except the studs.  About 2-3 feet on the lower edge of all walls in kitchen, dining, living utility, bath #1 and 1 bed room had to be taken out and redone. Electrical and plumbing are completely done and they are just about complete with the sheetrock. Then the painting, floors, reattached cabinets and haul it all back in.
I will post wedding pictures and such when I have more time here.  They have the heat off at this time and I get too cold if I stay here very long - about an hour is my limit.  Maybe next week I can get back here for longer. Please continue to pray for our situation along with the stress at work and my mothers health - 2nd back surgery was this week.  She says she has no pain now so hopefully this works.

Sunday, July 25, 2010


the wedding was beautiful, moved new soninlaw's parents, played a few days and then!!!

We got a call yesterday at 11:00 am when my son came over to the house to use my computer and he said we have a little problem over here. Well we happened to have a flood in our house. The hose to the washing machine broke and we think it ran about 3 days. There was 3 inches of water in the basement and draining through the small drain down there. Upstairs where the washer and ryer are there was about an inch of water in our kitchen, dining and living room. That end of the house is lower so we lucked out in the scrapbook room which was next to the living room and the other two bedrooms were spared. We tho did not get home until 1:00 am this morning and he was continually swabbing out water all day. We also did about 20 more gallons after we got home. Went to bed at 5 am and got a call at 6:30 that they are showing up about noon to dig the basement out. We have extended ceiling in our basement and since the water also went through the floor we lost the whole celing except to rooms. We will lose the kitchen floor and probably our carpet since it has been so long wet. We will know more later today. I am now trying to get evreything out of the upper floors that is still in the rooms taken care of.

Was going to stay through tomorrow so we could go to another reception for the newlyweds today but that is not happening. Also while we were away my hubby Aunt was in the hospital overnight with very low oxygen and my Aunt in
Montana had a slight stroke and was in the hospital for 3 days. I am supposed to go to Montana to be with and take care of my mother on Friday as she is having extensive back surgery.

Please keep our family in your prayers and thanks God we did not loose more than we did tho I am sure eveything in storage and my 20 some boxes of Christmas things are all ruined. I am also off to buy about 20 plastic tubs to put everything salvagable in. If they replace my kitchen floor we will have to move out of the house for awhile and not sure how much time I will have on the computer.

Talk to you all later and will keep you updated.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Just 4 more day until the big wedding

A couple of cards I have made this past week for a couple of SCS swaps I am participating in.  Really don't want to give the whole thing away but just a sneak peek of what may come your way if you are in the black and white Christmas or any other swap on that board.  I am also taking a lot of cardmaking supplies with me to work on swaps and my own Christmas cards while on vacation. I have to make close to 100 for myself and my own Christmas swap. Think I might be busy if the weather is nasty or I get tired of walking on the beach. HA HA Thanks for looking and will check once in awhile when I can.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

One week of work and

Only 3 more weeks until the wedding.  Spent yesterday making quite a few cards and shopping for the plates, cups, napkins, etc. for the reception. Was quite fun pricing and making decisions as to what was a best buy to feed 250.

The card above was for a marble technique challenge in my card swap group.  Therefore, I decided to use three challenges on this card. Technique was TLC218, colors came from CC275, and the sketch was SCS285.  The marble tech. was fun so I had to do it twice (see card below). Colors are Barely Mellow Red - Barely Banana, Mellow Moss and Real Read from SU. Also use the same colors for the ink. Stamped sentiment is from Whimsical words then cut with oval scallop funch mounted on a larger oval punch. Also used the scalloped border punch on red and white to give it a little snap.  The squares hold red corduroy button from SU, and two are threaded with very narrow white satin ribbon.


This second card is for a wedding or anniversary swap.  I love the new Because I Care hydranga so stamped it in Baja Breeze and leaves in Certainly Celery. Was also making a wedding card at the same time for my daughter in her colors so just kept stamping,  The triange is mounted on Chocolate chip. The sentiment here is from the new SU Ocassional Quotes and added a few rhinestones to dress it up a little bit more.
The last card is Hooray for the Red, White and Blue 4th of July swap.  Also was cased from SCS Featured Stamper Pam FS175. I used 2 of the new SU colors Cherry Cobbler and Marine Mist, along with Whisper White. The DS paper is a from DCWV Seasons paper pack. I printed with the computer onto WW the sentiment. The stamp is Great Impressions Patriotic Bear from the Celebrate line. Cut with CM over cutter and used decorative scissors for the scallops. Add some red grosgrain ribbon and added a star shaped button.

I have more I made but will save them for another post. Thanks ahead for looking and all comments are excepted good or bad.  I am trying to get all of my swap cards for June and July completed.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Two more weeks

of work and then I have a 7 week summer break. Spent most of this weekend relaxing and did a little drive to the top of Mount Spokane.  Was a gorgeous day and we had so much fun. Maybe summer really is here it was 75-80 degrees both days.

I did find time this weekend to make a couple of cards. Participated in the SCS Featured Stamper casingThe first one is using a color challenge also. Paper: Tempting Turquoise, Cameo Coral and Ruby Red. Stamped were from the Wings of Friendship set. Used a stamp punch border and teal and red brads to accessorize.

This card was using Color Challenge with Real Red, Ballet Blue and Apricot Appeal.  Stamps were from the new Of the Earth set. Accessories included using my scallop square punch and scallop border punch. Also used a MS floral punch with one from SU.

I really enjoyed being able to sit down and make some cards.  The wedding is in just 27 more days per my daughters countdown.  Have a few odd and end to do but most everything is completed at this point.  I am so excited for her.

Talk to you all later and thanks for looking and all of the comments left.

Monday, June 7, 2010

Will Summer Ever Arrive?

The weather here has been so awful, so much rain.  We were lucky and had a pretty good day on Saruday.  My daught was in town to do some of the last minutes wedding stuff since I will not see her again until we head over to the Seattle area a few days before the wedding.  We also had a bridal shower for her. Boy was she excited to get so much love and great gifts from all of our friends. 

After she left I made a few cards (2 horizontal, 2 vertical and 2 ATCs) for my swap group all of the same colors and ingredients. I used the CC218 Only Summer Olives and SCS260 for my inspiration. Paper was Old Olive, Summer Sun and Only Orange whis some what. DP was from one of the Christmas package but I love the pine boughs. Stamp by Love You To Bits stamped in Going Gray and colored with SU pens to match. Added some stain orange ribbon and white and yellow silk flowers with the Corduroy Summer Sun button brads in the middle.

Monday, May 31, 2010

Blessed Memorial Day.

Thanks to all who gave their lives for freedom and my freedom.  Thanks to my ancesters who served and also my many other relative and American s who have served greatly for this wonderful country the United States of America.
The last batch of cards I made for my personal swap group just before I headed out for the 3 day weekend.  All of these cards are using Stampin Up supplies not certain of all colors tho.  Many scraps and older and newer designer papers.

Drove to Montana and spent it with my parents and had a great time some special time at the cemetary,  and with my nephew whom we havd not seen in 16 years.  Also spent lots of time eating great food and playing cards. It is always good to visit my elderly widowed aunts and try to encourage them.

God Bless You All.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Sweet delights

SCS CC270 Mambo Suede and also for an SCS swap. Some of my favorite colors and combinations are using the In Colors of this past year. I love using the border punches to add a little pizzazz to my card.  Here I glued the cutout from the border onto the ribbon.  This stamp has three of my favorits: pie, cake and chocolate strawberries. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment!!

Recipe: Stamp: Great Impressions Sweet delight
Paper: SU Soft Suede, Melon Mambo, Very Vanilla, Double sided Designer Paper from Razzleberry pkg.  Ink: stamped with soft suede, colored with Soft suede, Melon Mambo and an Evergreen pen from Zig. Used the border punch, added some Soft Sued polka dot ribbon and crystal stickles for the lace.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Happy Mother's Day

to my mother and all of the mothers out there.  You all do such a wonderful job.  This is the card I made for a swap and sent to My mother, Donna and Dan's mother Betty.  We love you both very much.
Stamp: Messages for Mom
Paper: Pretty in Pink, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Whisper White,
Sweet Pea DS DP
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Pretty in Pink
Accessories: SU Pretty in Pink Satin ribbon, Top Note Die, Border punch

Friday, May 7, 2010

First Bird of Spring

Hopefully spring has finally arrived.  It has been so cold here thru April. Today and the weekend are supposed to be very nice. I need to get some yard work done.  This is a borrowed stamp called Love you to Bits. Card for a private swap.
Recipe: Paper: Cameo Coral, DP from SU-brown is from a Christmas package and Celery from another pkg, Whisper White.
Ink: Close to Cocoa, Certainly Celery, Blush Blossoms, Cameo Coral.
Sketch was SC279 and the CC230. Added a few rhinestones to dress it up.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010


Seashell Collection is also a card for an SCS swap. This is a stamp I have had for awhile and not sure what to do with it. Along came a beach swap and I jumped on that.  Recipe: Seashell Collections by Inkadinkado.  Paper: Soft Suede, Pale Plum, Blush Blossoms, Whisper White, Soft Suede DP. Ink: Stamped in Basic Gray, watercolored with several SU reinkers. Accessories: Satin Ribbon by Offray, corner rounder and a new MS Border Punch.     Thanks for looking and thanking ahead for the comments. Love you all.

Friday, April 30, 2010

The invitations are...

completely finished and ready to mail by the 15th. I am so glad to have them done finally. Next I will be making 25 centerpieces. Not as time consuming, should only take about half a day.

But I have finally been able to make some card, therefore here are two for a swap that is getting mailed today. Hope you enjoy then.

Recipes: Lighthouse was CC268 - Old Banana Ballet

Paper: Old Olive, Barely Banana, Ballet Blue, Whisper White

Ink: Basic Black, Old Olive, Ballet Blue

Stamps: Great Impression Lighthouse; Sea Grasses, SU Sincere Salutations

Saturday, April 10, 2010

They are Coming Along...

Well we have just over 100 completed and going to have a work party with some friends to complete the rest today hopefully. In the top picture are the components to the invites. The 3 little pieces stack and go into a pocket on the left side when opened. The main invite part is on the right. Close it all up add a picture and wrap in a ribbon (this is what she wants) but I think I am going to just add a bow. (Much easier).
Thanks for looking and please let me know what you think. No I really am not in the market of producing these for money. Way too much time involved. I love my daughter very much is why I am doing them for her.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

OK EVERYONE- Here is the process

From left to right are the supplies and such to make 250 wedding invites.
Chocolate Chip CS 11 packages
Whisper Whtie CS 6 packages
CM Adhesive 2 rolls
Tacky Tape 7 rolls
SU Snail Adhesive 5 cartridges
Photos 250 plus a few extra for ??
Michaels ribbon 25 spools
Envelopes 250 and Postage $110.00
cutter, scissors, corner rounder
Almost one full set of ink cartridges

Far left with picture of Christina and Matt was our prototyle made in December. The one tied with the Teal ribbon is the final design. I tried 10-12 times to get the stamped hydrangeas to look the way I wanted them, then I copied them, onto the white CS. I have 100 all assembled just need to ties them together, threfore there are still 150 to go. Now do I think I saved money. Not sure but they were fun to do. GOOD think I only have one daughter to do these for. I will post better picture of the final sas soon as my battery camera's recharge. Had just enough to take the picture above.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Bird in Bamboo & Bandanas

This is a card for my swap group.
The theme was to try the bandana technique.
Stamps: Asian Artistry, Inkadinkado Clear Flourish
Paper: Whisper White, Basic Black, Sage Shadow
Ink: Zig brush pens in Evergreen, coffee and black
Accessories: Ribbon from LSS, Blender Brush

Sunday, March 28, 2010

They are coming soon

My favorite spring flowers are tulips so I made this card for a swap. Mine are actually coming up early this year, mild winter here. YEAH, last year was over 6 feet. Kept my card very simple and nature colors.

Recipe; Hero Arts Tulips border stamp
Paper: SU Only orange, Real Red, Glorious Green, White
Ink: Basic Gray, Real Red, So Saffron, Only Orange, Glorious Green
ASccessories: Water Blending pen SU

Thursday, March 18, 2010

I need to get Busy...

Before these eggs hatch. No, I really need to get busy on the wedding invitations. They are about half completed but sending date will be here before I know it. Also need to make all of the bridal party (8) bouquets and cut out a quilt. The quilt needs to be cut before the 1st of April so I can get it to Montana. My mother is sewing it and my SIL is quilting it for the couple's wedding quilt. Here are the fabrics being used - actually her wedding colors. Actually minus the two prints with the large flowers and maybe add a few more in the light teal and celery green shades.

Friday, March 12, 2010

Another Thank You

This card was also made for the same Thank You swap.
Recipe: Stamps: SU Rustic Rooster, Inkadoo Personal Impressions
Ink: Basic Gray
Paper: Almost Amethyst, Pretty in Pink and SU Tea Party DP
Accessories: Blue Organza Ribbon, Label Punch, Corner Rounder

Thanks and have a Christ filled weekend.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Thanks So Much

We were so blessed with such nice weather over the past weekend on our retreat. Today we woke up to 25 and cold. I have not been able to get warm all day and even wore a sweater to work. But still thanks and bless the Lord for the day I was given.

This card is for a SCS swap "Thank You".
Recipe: Stamps - Live Your Dream, Soft Summer
Ink: Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery
Paper: So Saffron, Bashful Blue, Whisper White; Delicate Dots DSP
Accessories: Label Punch, Olive Satin Ribbon

Thanks for all of your wonderful comments. "Grace Notes"

Sunday, March 7, 2010

So Very Blessed

I just came home from a Women's Retreat thru my church and am so blessed to have a God that cares for me as much as he does. The study was on grace and how we need to be aware of grace, use grace notes and live grace. It was an awesome time with 42 other women in faith praising, worshiping, praying and most of all showing grace to one another.

We were also blessed to have it in a absolutely beautiful setting - Leavenworth WA, which is a little Bavarian decorated town. Great shop, eats, etc surrounded with snowtop mountains. It was wonderful weather to spend in God's beaauty around us. I also had the priveledge to spend the weekend with my daughter and that personal fellowship also.

We are all so blessed if we take the time to realize it! Thanks you God for sending your Son into my life as a child. Thanks to the speaker, worship leader and retreat committee. I love you all, you made my weekend wonderful.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

A Kind Word is Like a Spring Day

This is the card made from my card kit. March is my month to Hostess the Monthly card swap.
Recipe: Serene Spring SU Stamp Set Ink: Basic Gray
Paper; Three bugs in a Rug- Little Check DSDP, Whisper White, Old Olive
Accessories: White Grossgrain Ribbon, Water Color Pencils
Thanks for looking and thanks for all of your past kind coments.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Silly Sassy Suzie

I made this card for the Women swap that was hosted on SCS a month ago. Loved all of the cards I got back. Great swap. Suzie was my funny women swap.
Recipe: Razzle Dazzle everything from SU and Sassie Suzie stamp set.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Sneak Peak

These two cards are made for the Coffee or Tea swap on SCS. I love both stamps very much but not too impressed out the Mother's Day card turned out. Love the coffee one.

Recipe: Stamp: Great Impressions Tea for Mother
Paper: SU Pink (don't remember which one), Whisper White and a scrao of an SU green
Ink: Basic Black
ASccessories: Scallop punches, Small EK success and large Martha Stewart-punhces both sides at once. Also used water color pencils

Recipe: Great Impressions Nice Perk stamps
Paper: Night of Navy, Ballet Blue, Whisper White
Ink: Ballet Blue, Basic black
Accesories: Blue buttons & water color pencils

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Be My Valentine

Above are 4 of the cards I made last Saturday, I went to a Valentine making class hosted by my Creative Memories friend. We used 5 sheets of 12x12 colored Cardstock, A paper ribbon pack, a 4.5x6 pad of black and white papers. We made 32 cards and still have lots of the black and white paper and some of the paper ribbon left to do more things with. It was fun and exciting.

Does anyone need some cards to use for a cause. I will send some to you if you think they could be used. Would make great valentines, love cards, wedding or anniversary cards. Thanks for your interest.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

This is a Get Well card made for my swap group.

Recipe: Stamps: Eastern Bloom, Sincere Salutations
Paper: Whisper White, Punmpkim Pie, Yoyo Yellow, scrap sfrom the Autumn package
Ink: Close to cocoa, Coffee, pure yellow and pure orange Zig pens
Accessories: A few floral bards in yellow and orange

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Speckled Backgrounds

I made this card for a speckled background challenge. The speckling was done by using 3 different colors of ZIG pens and and INKWORK AirArt pump. Boy were my hands tired by the time I got the effect I wanted, but pretty happy with the first try on a card.

Recipe: Stamp: Asian Artistry
Ink: Graden Green SE and Pure Green, Great Lakes & Coffee Aigs
Paper: Lots of SU scraps and whisper white
Accessories: Big Shot die cut

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Not wanting to waste

Any of the deisgner paper i used the last little bit to make this card for one of my swap group. I used one of SC sketches for the card layout. Thanks SC for helping me out when I can't think on my own.

Recipe: Stamps: Upsy Daisy (one of my favs)
Paper SU DP Ginger Blossoms - DS, Whisper White, Groovy Guava, Real Red
Ink; Groovy Guava
Accessories: Off White Sating Ribbin and Corner punch - SU, Detail punch is also an EK
Thanks for taking the time to look and I thank you ahead for all of the commments you all so graciously leave.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Asian Artistry

Did not get many cards made this weekend but did cut all 200 bases for the wedding invitations. Card was a for a just because swap on my group.
Paper: SE Real Red & Whispper White, Pinecone pres Love Plad DS pattern.
Stamp: Asain Artistry
Ink: Colate Chip
Accessories: Teal ribbon and water colors.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Seems Like Ages...

Since I lasted posted. Last weekend was filled to the brim with wedding planning. I worked 7 hours last Friday and then drove for 6 hours to Seattle area. Saturday my daughter and I went to the Bridal Fair for almost 4 hours. So many people and so many ideas. Took in lots tho, got a $50 certificate towards a dress and order the cupcakes for the reception. Then went to David's Bridal and purchased the dress. She will be beautiful. On to Michael's' to buy more flowers and such. Sunday was church, on to the ferry across the Puget Sound to go meet her future in laws. On the way stopped and purchased fabric for a quilt. His family is a hoot to be with, had a great time. Monday we went to check out the venue since I had already paid for it sight unseen on my part, her and Matt had been there before. It is a wonderful old opera house used almost every weekend for wedding. By the time I got back to Spokane after 6 more hours on the road I was exhausted. Good thing I did not have to work Tuesday so I rested, got a hair cut and went shopping for myself this time.

Since I have been home I got my monthly swap group cards from SCS completed:

My plans today are to start making wedding invitations, do some blogging and get caught up on some swaps. Thanks for looking.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Chocolate Anyone?

This is the 3rd spot I made for Audrey's stock up swap on SCS.
Keywords: SC237. Chocolate Bunny Card Swap
Stamps: Chocolate Bunny
Paper: Tea Party DP, Whisper White, Almost Amethyst, Certainly Celery
Ink: Chocolate Chip

Thanks for looking and appreciate all of the comments.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Another SIP Swap Card

This is the other spot I did for Jessica's SIP Swap
SC255 Abundant Hope Card Swap
Stamps: Abundant Hope
Paper: Certainly Celery, Wild Wasabi, Delicate Dots DP, Whisper White
Ink: Going Gray
Accessories: Zig Pens

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Thisis one of the cards made for Jessica's SIP swap on SCS. We could only use stamps, ink and paper, thus the SIP. Also used a SCS Sketch but don't remember which one right now as I cannot get onto SCS at the time. Must be down because I can go to anything else online??
Stamps: Hot off the Press Swirls and Inkadinkado Personal Impressions
Ink: SU Ruby Red
Paper: Groovy Guava, Ruby Red, River Rock, and Ginger Blosson DSDP
Accessories, not to have any but I made a bow and it was from paper so I was legitimate.
Thaks for Looking

Friday, January 8, 2010

One Word Quiz

Challenging Questions - One Word Answers

I saw this list of questions on this creative blog. Handcreafted Memories) It looked like a fun challenge to answer the questions with only 1 word. TRY IT!!
Answer the following questions using single word answers. Then pass the award to 5 other people. (I'll try my best with the 1 word thing, but that is hard!)

Your cell phone? Motorola

Your hair? Permed

Your mother? Donna

Your father? Thomas

Favorite food? Mexican

Your dream last night? None

Your favorite drink? Pepsi (diet)

Your dream/goal? Debtfree

What room are you in? craft

Your hobby? Cardmaking

Your fear? cancer

Where do you want to be in 6 years? Traveling

Where were you last night? Home

Something you aren't? Healthy

Muffins? Poppyseed

Wish list item? Wedding

Where did you grow up? Montana

Last thing you did? dinner

What are you wearing? jeans

Your TV? Old

Your pets? None

Friends? Lots

Your mood? Relaxed

Missing someone? Grandmother

Vehicle? Cutlass

Something you're not wearing? Shoes

Your favorite store? Michaels

Your favorite color? Blue

When was the last time you laughed? today

Last time you cried? Sunday

Your best friend? Loving

One place that you go to over and over? Kitchen

Face book? member

Favorite place to eat? Out

GOOD LUCK and have fun!
Thanks for looking.

1 Resolution already Broke

I was going to try to post something daily but I miss a few days here. I think tho I made up for it when posting several cards in one day.

These two cards were made for Audrey's Stock up swap on SCS. All products are in the new In Colors from SU. Love their stuff. I also used SCS Sketches for both of these cards./ Razzle Dazzle cards was SC258 and Upsy daisy was SC247. Thanks to SCS for their inspiration. I use it all the time.