Monthly Archives: October 2008

Play Date!

I had a play date with Cris today – and what fun that was!  She just got a bunch of new stamp sets, and, while I'm not coveting them exactly, I am trying to convince myself that I do not … Continue reading

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A funny thing happened on the way to the scanner….

Mike had an appointment with a client today, so as I was saying goodbye, I noticed he had a little glitter on his cheek.  Not surprising.  You can't walk through this house without getting glittered.  But, being the wonderful wife … Continue reading

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What Happened to Tuesday?

Yesterday disappeared!  I know I went driving with Wesley (he is doing so great at driving!) and visited with Dad & Mom a little bit.  But the rest of the day is a blur.  I made it to the gym … Continue reading

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Last two challenges

Here are the last two WCMD challenges I did.  I think they may be my favorites!  This one was a "Limited Use" challenge.  The directions list things you can't use on the card.  For this, it was no pastels or … Continue reading

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As it happens…

…I did get to spend a lot of time stamping yesterday!  I made 6 of the 7 challenges.  You saw two in this morning's post.  Here are two more, and I'll post the last two tomorrow.  Mostly because one is … Continue reading

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Challenges

Yesterday was World Card Making Day.  It's always the first Saturday in October.  But, just like my birthday, it can be celebrated all month!  Heck, I celebrate my birthday from August 1 until October 31, just to be sure no … Continue reading

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Today is World Card Making Day!

And I want to stay home and make cards.  Unfortunately….Well, life gets in the way of our plans, sometimes.  They should have a stamp that says that. Oh, wait – we do!  It's a loose paraphrase of a stamp from  … Continue reading

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