First, I want to see if anyone else is playing along this Saturday in the Cards for Heroes Blog Hop?
This blog hop is SO easy. Just post a card on Saturday and link to the next person in line. I did my projects today. They are hoping for 100 people. Please come play. Click HERE for the information. And, please leave a comment on this post telling me if you signed up. From those folks, I will pick a winner of some stamps. And I know they have lots of prizes throughout the hop…
I just got a card from a soldier who I sent a box of cards to via Cards for Heroes. The appreciation from her group was so wonderful. Made my heart smile.
Time to share. These are layouts I did for CK. This one was just a couple months ago. I love making circles like this with my Quickutz Revolution and dies…
This page is from last year. The article was on ways to use journaling blocks. Here, I cut them in half and used them around a photo. Jamie had emailed me asking about it, so I thought I would share. It amazes me how Colin is still like the many things listed here…
It is linking time:
- Debbie Olsen. My my my. She is amazingly talented. Her attention to detail is the best. Adore THIS card.
- Love THIS page on the Studio Calico blog.
- The giftbox Tami Hartley made HERE is so gorgeous. Can't wait to try it.
- Great page HERE from Laura Vegas.
- Great giveaways HERE from Stephanie Howell. And the sneak peeks are fab!
Speaking of which, I have to show you a couple of my favorite new products. I bought them. And am now going back and buying two more. Hee. They are from Lily Bee – 12×12 rub-ons. So unique, affordable and cool. Click on the images to see them bigger.
One last thing: Remember me telling you about the little boy in Africa named Surprise? He is still not in a loving home. Please keep praying. Thanks…
And thanks for stopping by once again. Off to watch Gilles. Night.