Good Morning and Happy Saturday. I spend all day yesterday thinking it was Saturday - the kids get time off from school and I get so confused! Anyway - spring break is here and I though we weren't going to be too busy, but now we have a few things to do. My niece and nephew will be in today and I am sure for the next 2 days we will be spending time with them. Sophie and my niece, Shannon are like peas and carrots. They get along so well. They're adorable together. I wish I had had cousins my age when I was younger. I was the youngest grandchild until I was 10 and my cousin Rachel was born. I did however enjoy finally having cousins. I only have 2 cousins and they are siblings and adults now which is so hard for me grasp. They are totally awesome individuals. Rachel is now an art teacher at a University in Washington, married for almost 2 years now and smart. I'm putting in a link to her website where you can view some of her unique art work. She specializes in ceramics. Totally cool stuff. Here it is:
Anyway, now you've learned a little more about me. Gosh, I hope rachel doesn't mind.
Okay - the pic to the right is of a card I made this week for my friend and fellow stamper Sandi. She had surgery this past week on her knees (week on her knees - sounds punny). ANyway, I hope she liked it. I used the Farm Fever set along withe the dry brush jumbo wheel to simulate the wood grain. For the ewe I used a non Stampin' Up! product called souffle pens. They puff up when dry - they don't puff as much as liquid applique, but the effect is still pretty cute.
Okay - I"m off to get dressed so we can take the munchkins to a movie for family time before my niece and nephew get into town.
Oh yes, and look for a stamp camp coming up soon. I will be combining this class with a fellow demonstrator!
Oh yes, and one more thing tomorrow is the drawing to see what March hostess gets the free stamp set! Stay tuned!!
Thanks for stopping by!