Monday, January 2, 2012

Kindness Matters

Wow, what a task it has been to blog again.
I don't know what is up with my computers that they don't want to download my pictures anymore.  I really need to figure out what's wrong, because what I did to get the next few posts up was an all day process......hahahaha.....well almost. 
I was crazy busy during Christmas time, and then it came and we all had a stomach virus and were sick all day Christmas day, and then all the after stuff....taking it all down basically.  I feel like I haven't had anytime to play with paper. 
But, I finally did get to play, and boy have I played.

I have made a lot of cards to get my stash ready for the New Year.  That is one thing I want to do better, is get cards in the mail to people.  I mean, I make them.....I love to make them, and then they just silly is that?

I saw a card made by Nicole Heady similar to this one, and knew I needed to make some of those.
It uses the Everday Enhancement DSP that you can get for free during sale a bration.  I LOVE this paper.  It also uses the new framelit dies available tomorrow from the Occasions Mini catalog.  I LOVE those too!!!!  I took the Kindness matters stamp set and inked it up with markers and added a little bling to the butterflies, popped it up on dimensionals.  I also wrapped some linen thread around the card a couple of times.  So easy, but so perfect.
 You can see I decided to make more than one.  I decided I was going to make 4 of each card I make for my stash.
So, if after a month and a half of no blogging, if anyone is still out there.....thank you for hanging in there with me.

I have more cards for my stash to show you tomorrow.
Thanks for peeking in today.


  1. These are adorable! So sorry you were sick! No fun!
    I know all about the busy- in fact if I hadn't checked your blog I would have forgotten that the new mini starts tomorrow, and thus not sent a newsletter! THANKS! :)

  2. I check in...and love your cards...that new dsp is the best ever! Happy New Year and thanks for sharing...