- Cortland, Ohio, United States
- I married for 17 years to a wonderful husband who has supported me ever since i have been going blind and deaf. He has been at my side at the start. He helps me with my colors as i do have trouble with colors so i ask him alot which colors go together.We take care of each other as it should.
Monday, March 24, 2014
here is one of many easter cards I am making for the nursing home and the ladies I visit teach and for a swap also. I have enough for 60 cards for the nursing home so I am hoping to get them all made but will make all i can so i can send them in time. all stamps from stampin up and puches used are also from stampin up.
Sunday, February 23, 2014
this are but 2 of the 28-30 I am making for the nursing home my mom resides in. they really enjoy receiving they do not get cards alot of them so I am making sure I can do my part. the stamps are from stampin up, the half back pearls are from amazon which my husband bought for me since I needed alot. the embossing folder is also from stampin up as with the ink used. I used red liner tape on the ribbon as the glue dots didn't work to well. the red liner did. :) love that red liner tape..
Monday, February 10, 2014
this I made for a swap I am in using black and white and 1 accent color. the hearts I traced by hand and cut out by hand also. then i put them thru the embossing folder. I used mini rhinestones in each heart. this is my best tag yet I made.
here is the scoop why i didn't post for december. during that time I was in the middle of organizing m,y craft room. going thru everything. then i re-arranged 3 pieces of furniture. 2 bookcases and my table. a friend help me to moved those and he even fixed it so no cords are in the middle of the floor so i do not trip, since I am going blind. just getting used to where everything is at the moment. :) I am sure you all know what that is like. then I had to get ready for inspection. so that made me not post anything for january either, so I was super busy doing all this. that is what I was doing.