Happy Thursday everyone! I have been busy using up all the extra pre-cut packages from previous classes that were left over. Some of them were about 5 years old. Can't believe I keep them around for that long. I'm running out of room in my house and I really need to clear them out.
I made the card totally new and different from what the card in the package was supposed to be.
Well, I better run and create some more.
Hello everyone! Happy Wednesday! Where is Summer? Seriously, where is it? I think so far we had only 2 or 3 days of sunshine so far. Today it feels like Autumn.
Anyway, onto a happier note. Here is a card I made using the Nature Walk and Curly Cute stamp sets. I used the Framed Tulips Embossing Folder for the background and stamped the flowers on the two sides. The rest of the card is pretty much self explanatory.
Supplies: stamps-Nature Walk, Curly Cute inks-mellow moss, soft suede, old olive and pretty in pink markers papers-whisper white, mellow moss, soft suede, very vanilla accessories-ribbon, framed tulip embossing folder, big shot machine
I made a pack of these cards for my kids' piano teacher as "thank you" for teaching them. I used the Flower Garden Embossing folder, can found in the Summer Mini catalogue, for the main image. For the card base I used the Square Lattice Embossing folder.
I used the Stampin' Dauber to colour in the flowers. The rest of the card is pretty much self explanatory. Very simple card. Hope she likes it and make use of them.
Happy Wednesday! Summer is finally here! Yay! I'm all done with my kids school stuff. Now I can stamp more.
Here is a card I made using the Fabulous Florets stamp set can be found in the Summer Mini Catalogue. The background was made with the Elegant Lines Embossing Folder. The script on the circle is from the French Foliage stamp set.
Thank you fro stopping by today! Have a fabulous day!
Hello everyone! I have been super busy trying to get my kids work scan and send them to the teacher. I'm almost done. Just need to make a few more adding on to pile of scans. So this post will be very short.
Anyway, here is a card I made for couple getting marry soon. Very simple card with flowers on it.
Thank you for visiting today! Have a wonderful day!
Hello stampers! Happy Saturday! Here is the finished creation of the altered wooden box. I made 3 sets of notes cards to go into the box. Great gift for Father's Day.
Here is the inside of the box. I covered it with the Nautical Expedition DSP.
Here is a picture of the note cards inside the box. The inside of the box is shy 1/4" for the cards to stand up so I had lay them down. If I stack the cards neatly to one side I can add something small in there.
Hope this gives you an idea for Father's Day gift. I really love this box. It is so pretty. I might be able to part with it. My youngest daughter said that I can put jeweleries in there. I just laugh at her. Now she want me to make her and her sister one in girly style so they can put their jeweleries in. When I do I'll show you my creation.
Thank you for visiting me today. Have a wonderful weekend!
This birdhouse opens up at the roof for you to put goodies in it. Whatever you put in there it'll show through the round window. A nice gift for moms, sisters, daughters and girl friends. Very elegant little box and nice for display around the house on a desk, mantle or table.
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I want to show you some pictures of the King James Bible Conference that was held by our church GVBC this past Monday and Tuesday. These are pictures of the Bibles display. It was a wonderful conference and lots of things I've learned. Most of them I probably have forgotten. Good thing that all the sermons of the conference were recorded and will be available to watch soon. For now enjoy the pictures.
KJV Bible and a picture of King James. This is the English Bible that made it possible for us to read the inspired Word of God.
This Bible has a lock on it. Back in the old days Bibles were only available in the church. People had to go to the church to read the Bible which means the church had to stay open all the time. Because of this Bibles went missing so they decided to lock it up.
Spanish Bible. These letter openers and the magnifying glass are so pretty.
Pens used to write the Word of God.
Very thick Bibles with a pretty clasp on it.
More Bibles with pretty clasps. I love these ones with the engraving on them.
Cool little Bible scrolls.
Not sure what this is but my guess it is a mini printing press? Didn't have time to ask questions about all these Bibles and stuff on display. Busy tending to my kids and just enough time to take these pictures for you to see.
Well, this is a really long post but I hope you enjoy these wonderful pictures of the Bible display.
Hello everyone! What a busy weekend, yesterday and today! On Friday I went to a birthday party for my dad and two brothers. Yup! They are all born in June so we celebrate their birthdays on the same day. Yesterday and today my church have a King James Version Bible Conference. It is the KJV Bible's 400th years. It was so amazing to be at the conference today to learn the time line of the Bible.
Well, here are two cards I made for my brothers. My dad's card is an old one I made long time ago. This top one was made using the Sail Away stamp and the Nautical Expedition DSP.
This card was made using the The Open Sea stamp set and the Nautical Expedition DSP. Very simple cards for my brothers.
Thank you for stopping by today! Have a good day!
Supplies: stamps-the open sea, sail away, think happy thoughts, curly cute papers-sahara sand, chocolate chip, nautical expedition dsp, whisper white, real red, not quite navy inks-basic black, not quite navy, chocolate chip, cherry cobbler accessories-jumbo eyelet, brad, spiral border punch, 1-1/4" , 1-3/8" and 1-3/4" circle punches, crop-a-dile, baker's twine, big shot, scallop circle #2
Happy Friday everyone! Hope you are having a wonderful Friday! Love the sunshine outside. Weird that there are still snow up on the mountain in June here in Vancouver.
Here is the before picture of the box I've altered.
Here it is after I altered it. I had this wooden box for ages and finally decided to cover it. I love, love this box! It is not done yet but I just can't keep it away from you. I just had to show you the outside first. I'll show you the inside when I'm done with it and what will go in it. Makes a great Father's Day, graduation and birthday gifts for those masculine people in your life.
I love the Nautical ExpeditionDesigner Series Paper. I might have to order more of this pack of paper. I use it so often.
I used the The Open Sea stamp set to decorate this box.
Well, I better go and finish the inside of this box. Thank you for stopping by! Have a nice weekend!
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I'm so excited to show you this! What do you think of this beautiful box? This is definitely a cute and elegant gift box for those girly girls graduating this month! You just change the embellishment and DSP and make on for the boyish boys in your life.
I created this box for Madeline over at INKspirations 4U!. It was fun working with Madeline.
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