These were the FABULOUS Christmas cards made in April.
I was unable to attend that night and Terry so graciously made my cards for me and wrapped them up beautifully in a gift bag and brought them over to me with a really, cute handmade card.
Kindness is a beautiful thing…THANK YOU Terry!
Just before Easter I was looking for some fun, easy crafts for Taylor and I to pass the time while she is at home.
I found some pictures on Pinterest of these really beautiful sequin Easter eggs…off I went to buy the supplies to make a WHOLE bunch of Easter eggs (very reasonably priced I might add)!
I got home and started making my first egg…than my second…that that was IT! OH MY gosh…soooo incredibly time consuming!!!
Stamper’s group this month involved LOTS of stamping!!!
I just love LOVE this butterfly die.
Stamper’s group this month brought out some brighter, springy colors!
The paper on the “happy Easter” card scream Spring. Love it!
8 more cards added to my stash!
Fun night at Stamper’s Group last night.
Love the card, something about feathers makes me happy! and a cute little box that can hold a gift card…or something!
Earlier this month I started making Christmas cards at my Stampin’ Up! demo’s Christmas card workshop.
We meet monthly…by the time December comes I will be all set to mail out my Christmas cards!
We make 8 cards every month (4 each of 2 different designs).
I love the first card.
These little origami Christmas trees are soooo cute and easy to make!
Both cards designed by Terry Christoffersen.
I made up these cards for a Christmas card class in November.
Absolutely NOT my style. Lots of glitter and dimension!
I started working at Michaels in July and since than I have become the scrapbooking instructor.
I created these holiday gift bags for a class in November using the We R Memory Keepers using the gift bag punch board.