You love me, you really do, I had emails asking…where was my post, and I am like huh what? I posted, so I looked an oh well that is weird and I set the time wrong…oops…so thanks for the heads up everybody, my BFF Tracy included…here ya go…love to all – Di
Today was a fun day I did a private class at Lois' and got to hang out with some fun ladies, there were some new faces there too. It is always a great time when I go there. Lois has me do the current 10/10/20 class at her home. She has 10 – 15 people attend, and I think everyone has a blast. Lois always has the best treats too.
This is one of the cards they did. I saw a card by Brenda Taylor that used a different set and I loved it, so this is my tweak. Thanks Brenda!
Paper: Tempting Turquoise, Daffodil Delight, Whisper White, Melon Mambo
Ink: Pear Pizzazz, Melon Mambo, Basic Black
Misc: Perfect Polka Dot embossing folder, 3/4" circle punch, rhinestones, Melon Mambo pompom trim.
Tip: To attach the Pom Pom Trim just add a few glue dots on the back side of the Pom Pom Trim and press it on the cardstock, works like a snap.
I had a few people email me with questions on how to use the Letterpress Templates. I did a video tutorial a while ago on this post, and you can see it again here.
To see any of my past tutorials and or videos just look to the right under categories, and click on Tutorials or Videos and they will come up. If you read my blog in a reader or if it comes to your email box, you'll have to go right to my blog to see the columns on the sides. You should do that now and again anyway, cause you never know what you are missing.
I let the girls out tonight for a bit so they could snack on some grass and stuff. Alice, Clara & Stella were easy to get back in, they are tame enough that they come over to me to let me pick them up and I pop them back in the coop, but Gertie who is not as tame, she is getting better but she still has a ways to go. It must have taken me 10 minutes to wrangle her up. She was called all sorts of names while I was trying to get her. I finally got her in the corner and scooped her up and then she clucked at me like she was saying "that was fun, was it good for you? It was good for me" So I think I'll wait a while before I let them out again. I hate to only let one or two out cause then the ones left in the coop throw a fit, and the ones out are over there trying to figure out how to get with the other ones…too funny!
Have a great Saturday and thanks for stopping in!
Dee in N.H. says
Great video! It was nice to hear your voice and we got to check out those nails too. LOL! Love that card!
Di-I love hearing the stories about the girls. When I first starting reading your blog, I thought you were actually talking about real girls and then figured they were chickens. Love it! I think it it so cool that you have the chickens and count their eggs and all cuz you are not on a farm. My MIL was an Alice and we named my daughter Allison after her. She was a wonderful woman. Love all your stamping ideas too and you are on my daily list. I live in Tyler, TX and do SU here, but your workshops and such I would love! Ellen