Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Didn't want another flat card; so, I made this purse with card inside. What do you think?
I can understand the exhilaration the hymnist felt when he penned "How Great Thou Art". Who can deny the awesomeness and wonders of our God, let alone the wonderful, joyous peace that He brings. Praise Him!!

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Good afternoon. As London Tipton would say, "Yeah, me!!!" (It's a Disney thing.) I am loading a picture of an explosion box that I did for my hubby; just thanking him for all he does (he really is a gem). Thanks to Beate Johns at the Scor-Pal site for the tutorial.

On the picture you can also see one of the Oh So Cute Shirts that I made (thanks to Cambria Turnbow at the Scor-Pal site for that tutorial).

The gated card is one that I remember from Sandy Genovese a couple of years ago (with my modifications to make it my own). Notice the box that the shirt is in front of - it was done with the Top Score multiboard. This is absolutely the easiest way to make any kind of box, of any size.


Friday, September 19, 2008

Learning Curve

Just finished "playing" with the Scor-Pal - very interesting tool; although I still love my Top Score multiboard. Made a very interesting explosion box.

By the way, found the USB cord to the camera and have put on the pictures I promised. Enjoy!

Also, put some pictures on out of my garden. Take some time to "smell the roses" while you are here.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

My sister made the cutest pink glycerin soaps in the shape of shoes and purses. I thought it would be a great idea to make some knitted face cloths to go with them. I finished one with a butterfly motif and another with an apple motif. They came out great, but I could not really capture them in a photo (they were light-colored). Will work on trying to get them in print.

Also finished a congratulatory card in an oriental theme. Will post a picture of that at a later time.

In the meantime, I have posted some pictures of afghans and cards that I have made in the past.


Tuesday, September 16, 2008