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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Sending Peace

This week at Mo's our theme is Straight from the Heart. This card represents a sisters love which is straight from the heart. One of the teachers I work with asked me to make a card for her sister's 40th birthday. The same teacher I made the candle for using this beautiful image Sending Peace which you can find HERE. Her sister loved the image so she asked me to make a card using the same one and since her favorite color is pink I used pink as my main color. I also decided to make a matching box since it is for a special birthday.

So here is a picture of the card:


The inside of the card:


The card and the  box


Angle shots of the card and the box below














I am entering this into the following challenge:

1.  Wild Orchid Craft: HERE Punch it Out - Use Punches and or Die Cuts


 I hope I inspired someone to join in on the fun, I can't wait to see what you come up with, just don't forget to use one of Mo's images. If you need more inspiration don't forget to visit the rest of the teams blogs they really out did themselves and came up with some great ideas just click HERE to see what they came up with and as Pat always says, don't forget to leave them a little love.


Image: Mo's Digital Image: Sending Peach Sentiment: LOTV
Paper: Stamping Up Extras: Doily, Border Punch, WOC Pins, Rhinestones, Nestibilities, WOC Flowers, Cuttlebug Corner Die, Pearls, Doohicky Tag Die 
 Image Colored with Copics and Prisma Pencils

As always, thanks for stopping by my part of the world, and now that you're here why not leave me a little love as well your comments mean so much and always brighten my day.

 Hugs
 Debbie

Thursday, June 21, 2012

The Power

Well it Thursday, and that means it time for Mo's and this week the challenge calls for that of a masculine nature.  Now for me that means CAS. No flowers, No Lace, No frilly stuff so what beterr image than "King for a Day" which you can find HERE and those  Lazy Mutt which you can find HERE.  Now I  told you I love these little mutts and as you can see, they can be used in so many ways.  They come in a set of three so this is the second image.




This image represents my husband to a "T".  He sits in his recliner  has the remote and is control.  But in my house, we don't call it the remote, we call it "The Power" because whom ever has it has total control of the TV.  we've called it "The Power" for as long as I can remember and now we have friends calling it "The Power" cause it's true who ever has that remote has complete and utter control of that TV...Complete and utter Power...lol   This was the card I gave my  husband for Father's Day, and he loved it.  He said it really reprepresented him to a "T' except for the beer can so I told him to pretend it was water

and of course my angle shot:



I hope I inspired someone to join in on the fun, I can't wait to see what you come up with, just don't for get to use one of Mo's images. If you need more inspiration don't forget to visit the rest of the teams blogs they really out did themselves and came up with some great ideas just click HERE to see what they came up with and as Pat always says, don't forget to leave them a little love.

 Image: Mo's Digital Image: King for a Day, Lazy Mutts
 Paper: 6 1/2 Paper Pad Kaiser Craft-Velvet Ensemble
 Extras: SU Punch, MS Punch
Image Colored with Copics and Prisma Pencils

 As always, thanks for stopping by my part of the world, and now that you're here why not leave me a little love as well your comments mean so much and always brighten my day.

Hugs
Debbie

Thursday, June 14, 2012

A Walk Through Central Park

Well, it's Thursday and you know what that means, it's time for a Mo's.  This week our challenge is A Walk Through the Park and to me there is nothing like a walk in the park with your dog and stopping off for some Mr. Softee.   Little Lacie is enjoying her Mr. Softee ice cream with her Lazy Mutt as she strolls through Central Park here in New York.  You can find her HERE and HERE and these adorable Lazy Mutts HERE.  I am in love with not only Lacie but these Lazy Mutts and  they come in a set of three and can be used in so many ways I will be merging them quite a lot.


 Here in New York we have an ice cream truck called Mr. Softee.  You can hear that jingle a mile away, or at least I can say that the kids can hear that jingle a mile away.  OMG!!!  It's a joke in my house and we are on the 10th floor, as soon as we hear it,  we all scream ICE CREAM... He makes the best soft serve ice cream in a truck, and drives around  the area. You name it, he makes it.  I tried to  uploaded a video from You Tube  just to give you guys  a taste of that jingle...Just in case you don't know it, but I couldn't figure out how to do it.

 Here is a the card My Angle shot

I will be entering this into the following challenge:

 Wild Orchid Craft: HERE Anything Goes

 I hope I inspired someone to join in on the fun, I can't wait to see what you come up with, just don't for get to use one of Mo's images. If you need more inspiration don't forget to visit the rest of the teams blogs they really out did themselves and came up with some great ideas just click HERE to see what they came up with and as Pat always says, don't forget to leave them a little love.

 Image: Mo's Digital Image: Lacie, Lazy Mutts
 Paper: Basic Grey SU Certainly Celery
 Extras: WOC Flowers, Corner Punch, Doily, Cuttlebug Swiss Dot Embossing Die
 Image Colored with Copics

 I used flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts which you can find HERE

As always, thanks for stopping by my part of the world, and now that you're here why not leave me a little love as well your comments mean so much and always brighten my day.

 Hugs
 Debbie

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Wyken, Blyken and Nod

Well it's Thursday so that's means it's time for a Mo's challenge and it's  Elaine's turn to host this week and she decided to go with "Anything Goes" Easy Peasie right. So for  this weeks challenge at Mo's  I decided to make a baby card and tag for the blanket since as you know I have tons of babies on the way.   This was made for a baby shower that was on June 2 and this is the Baby Card, Tag and Blanket that I made for one of the teachers that I work with. She doesn't know if it will be a boy or a girl, so I thought this would be gender appropriate. Since she is a teacher I thought a Poem would be perfect I used Wyken Blynken and Nod  that you can find HERE and HERE

Card with the tag out:

The tag is on the second blanket,.


and the blanket which was my first lacy blanket

I am also entering this into the following challenge(s):

1. The Ribbon Girl: HERE Use Ribbon or Lace
2. Lollipop Challenge: HERE Flowers in Bloom
3. Cutie Pie Challenge: HERE Die Cuts & Punches
4. Cupcake Craft Challenge: HERE Tag You're It
5. Digital Tuesday: HERE Anything Goes
6. Cooking it Up with Kate: HERE Celebrate with Ribbon and a Die Cut

 I hope I inspired someone to join in on the fun, I can't wait to see what you come up with, just don't for get to use one of Mo's images. If you need more inspiration don't forget to visit the rest of the teams blogs they really out did themselves and came up with some great ideas just click HERE to see what they came up with and as Pat always says, don't forget to leave them a little love.

 Image: Mo's Digital Image: Wyknen, Blynken and Nod Sentiment: SU: Short and Sweet
 Paper:SU: Crumb Cake, Doodlebug and Stash
 Extras: Flowers from WOC, Ribbon from the The Ribbon Girl, Pearls, Nestibilities,"BABY" Letters from Target, Cricut Tags, Bags, Boxes and More Cartridge
 Image Colored with Copics and Prisma Pencils

 I used flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts which you can find HERE and the ribbon and charm from The Ribbon Girl which you can find HERE

As always, thanks for stopping by my part of the world, and now that you're here why not leave me a little love as well your comments mean so much and always brighten my day.

 Hugs
 Debbie