Hello out there.
Have you ever had one of those weeks where you have TONS to do, but instead find it necessary to take on a huge project that could have waited? Oh, yes. I decided that I needed to redo my scraproom. And this project keeps growing and growing. I need to stop! Ha. Meantime, the work piles up. Eek.
Anyway, here is a video that I did for pop-up greetings. This is an old technique in the cardmaking world, but it is a favorite of mine. Easy to do.
Again, the wonderful music of my brother-in-law, Keith Chapman. More about him below.
Hero Arts stamps (big tree, bird and greeting), notecards, flowers, tag and black gem
Ranger Diamond Stickles (this the must-have one)
Versafine Black Ink
Chocolates and Blueberries Chalk Ink Queue
Stampin’ Up Slot Punch (for scallop edge)
Jute, trim, colored pencils and Gamsol
Back to the music guy – Keith. 🙂 He is married to Ken’s sister and they have three cutie kids who I scrapbook about often. They had been doing dental mission work throughout Africa on the Mercy Ship. But they decided to move to Liberia just recently and are currently trying to make a house a home there. (At this moment, ithas no power, etc.) We love them and miss them, but we are super proud. They are opening a dental clinic there and living as missionaries. Amazing. Anyway, he has always loved music and created a few cds. They are available for purchase – just email me if you are interested. And feel good knowing that the money will be going to support them as they help people in need. (BTW… I am sharing all this because I have had a few people already email me.)