Thursday, January 14, 2010

Thank You

Happy January Everyone! Here in Central Wisconsin we are finally getting alittle break from the cold weather. I know that there is alot of winter left but to have a week with temps in the high twentys to low thirtys is really really nice!! Boy, I bet anyone from the southern states are probably think that I am a nut! But it just goes to show that it doesn't take much!!
I needed a thank you card to thank some friends for inviting us to their Christmas Party that was held last night. My husband and I went and had a lovely dinner with their group at a local restaurant in our town.
So the card, I used Stampin' Up! Rich Razzelberry for the main color of cardstock and ink. The stamp set is Fresh Cuts, along with the SU designer paper, some deminsions to add alittle depth and my Thank You card was born!
My thought for today:
Talent is produced in solitude, Character in the stream of life. Goethe
Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Happy When I am Fishing!

Here is just one of my son's favorite past times, Fishing! It doesn't matter if he is fishing in the spring, summer, fall or winter; this guy loves to fish!
These photos are just a couple of pictures of him, one with his dad when they were fishing. Surprizingly his favorite fish to catch is panfish.
I used Stampin' Up! Happy Together stamp yet, the cardstock is Brocade Blue.
My thought for today:
Happiness is like a butterfly, the more you chase it, the more it will elude you!
As always, thanks for stopping in.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Fall 2009 Scrapbook Page

Here is the page that I came up with for Kristy & Justin's fall page. I noticed that I had alot of the restired SU River Rock cardstock, stamped some leaves and then embossed them in gold, I used my watercolor crayons to add some color to the leaves and the page was done!
A piece of ribbon and a couple of brads completed the page.
I am almost out of pictures for the kids again, but I have some on my camera chip that I have to take to town and print some of the photos. I would print them out on my printer but I just don't care for the quality of the pictures. I figure if I am going to go to all of this work, the photos better look good!!