This is the two-page layout I had my friends do for our monthly scrapbook night. It can be adapted for any season: Use fall colors and add leaves or acorns in place of the ornaments, or use bright colors for a summer camping trip layout - use your imagination!
As I was sorting through my boxes of cards I realized that I don't have any congratulatory wedding cards. I got the ideas for the wedding cake card from the Splitcoast Stampers gallery and the wedding dress card from the Paper Crafts magazine's Go-To Sketches.
On Friday, October 29, the biannual Cardmakers Shoebox Party was held. We had a handful of card groups represented. Here are the 10 cards I got to create that evening - plus the one I brought for people to create (the 1st card).
My friend asked me to help make her daughter's Halloween costume as she and her little sister wanted to be 50's girls. Here is the finished poodle skirt I made using a McCall's "At The Hop" costume pattern. The leash is silver glitter glue and the poodle is an iron-on applique.
I've had a couple requests to post some of my paintings since some people don't have a facebook account to view them there. Here are some examples. I mostly use acrylic paint on canvas or canvas paper. Average size is 24" x 36". You can see more if you go to the January 2009 link in my blog archive on the left side of this page.