Can’t think of a title…

… but I am posting anyway. 🙂

Just a quick post tonight before working on the new card drive post. :)  And, just fyi – we will be posting the final list of Cards for Kate and Eric soon and then we will pick prizes.  (But, yes, you can still send in cards for Kate and Eric's family.  It just won't be for this round of prizes.)

I also should give a shout out to my dad.  He has ended up being the kind soul who goes to the post office every single day to pick up all the cards you send in.  Dad, you rock.

Thanks for all the kind comments.  I really like what Tim wrote again on his blog today (don't tell him I said that – again – ha) about really feeling motivated by hearing from you all.  In fact, I am starting today to make a better effort of leaving comments on my favorite blogs, too.  I rarely take the time to do so, but I realize that is wrong – it only takes a few seconds, ya know?  (I will also continue to share some of the gems I find out there on twitter.)  Also, he is right – when you give you get – so I will doing more prizes from random comments.  (I have some prizes planned for the next few days…)

These are some cards I did back in the spring, but I don't think I have shared them yet.  Everything is Hero Arts and Bazzill cardstock.  Some pieces were cut with my Silhouette.

050709 Lots of Flowers

050709 Stars Celebrate 

050709 Butterfly
Supplies: Hero Arts stamps, Bazzill Cardstock, Silhouette die cuts, Creative Impressions ribbon

Night.


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227 thoughts on “Can’t think of a title…”

  1. Great cards! And as much as I love the flower card I’m suprised to hear myself say that my favorite is the star card.

    Thanks for sharing your talents with us.
    Happy Stamping!

  2. just wanted to let you know that your tutorials are awesome. you have really inspired me just when i needed to be inspired…i also loooooooove your work. however, tim h. is right there beside you for #1. keep up the great work ;D

  3. You are absolutely right about leaving comments! I will make a better effort. Your work is such an inspiration – thank you!

  4. I really like the sayings you have used on the cards! Thank you for the inspiration…today my house is a mess but I don’t care because I decided I was going to craft today…I am closing the door to the mess and getting at it!

  5. I love that your work is soooo varied and yet I can usually spot your work any time I looking through a magazine without even seeing the name. Keep up the good work.

  6. Love, love, love the Celebrate card. Jennifer you truly are inspiring. I don’t know how you do it. I appreciate hearing your love for your faith, and what a really matters to you.
    Thanks,
    Angie

  7. Just wanted to say how beautiful all of your cards are-thanks so much for sharing. (And thanks for the reminder about posting comments-I need to be better about that too! I know how much I appreciate it when someone comments on my posts!)
    Take care!

  8. Lovely cards! How did you emboss the scallop border on the 3rd card? Or is it just painted? Either way, it looks fantastic!

  9. Jennifer, your blog is always the first place that I go to whenever I need inspiration to make a card. Your designs are so lovely and what’s important for me, so “doable”.

  10. Love, Love the first card. Lumpy, bumpy, and simply fantastic ! ! So much detail in such a small space. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  11. Jennifer,
    I love your cards. they are so inspiring. Each day I start by reading your blog. I throughly enjoyed your classes at Creative Journey. Your Mom rocks. 🙂

  12. You are right, I visit sites, and eww and ahh over the work – but don’t take time to always write comments. Jen, just wanted to let you know I love your sire and appreciate all the tips you give! I have learned so much from you. Thanks!
    Sandra

  13. Jennifer, thank you for introducing me to Kate and her family. I have been following their progress thru the CaringBridge Journal- cried with them and rejoice on the good days, learned a lot from the messages that other people left. I love to see the work on your blog–you make such beautiful things.

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