Sunday, February 19, 2012

Sister Card

My two sisters and I have what we call "Sister Trips".  Only the three of us are allowed to go, no husbands, no kids, and no grandkids.  We try to make these trips at least once a year, even if it is only for a weekend.

A few weekends ago we decided to meet in Portland, Oregon (half way for all of us), so we could all go see the new movie "One For The Money".  This movie is based on the books by Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum Series.  We all read all the books so we decided that we HAD to see the movie together.

When I got home, I created this card as a thank you to my sisters for the great trip and always for being my best friends ever!  Hope you like the card.
On a side note, I also screen printed matching shirts for us all to wear to the movie. See below!
Hope you enjoy the pictures of my crazy, beautiful, wonderful sisters and me!

Friday, February 17, 2012

Valentine's Day Card....

My son, Kaleb, really wanted to make his girlfriend a Valentine's Day card this year.  So, I helped him design a card and told him how to put it together.  The following series of pictures depict his journey in developing the lovely card that he made for his Valentine.






And here is her reaction to the beautiful card that he took so much time to create for her...



Super Hero ATC

I made this card for an ATC (Artist Trading Card) swap.  I happen to L-O-V-E the new Super Hero paper pack!

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

From new born to high school grad...

This is my son Kaleb from when he was first born to 4th grade then graduating from high school.  He is and always has been such a joy in my life, as all 6 of my children and 3 grandchildren are!  This layout was created with the Victory Workshop on the Go from CTMH.  If you would like to create your own send me a message!

My son, my hero!!

This layout was made by using the new Super Hero Workshop On The Go. I decided to use the pictures of my son, David. In these pictures he was stationed in the Congo.  He is a Marine Embassy guard.  This was his Halloween costume for 2010.  I am absolutely in love with how this layout turned out.  He loves it too.


Sorry about the picture quality.  No matter what I did, I couldn't get that glare off of there.