Thursday, July 8, 2010

The happiest of anniversaries...

This was my anniversary card to my darling husband Jim. On Wednesday it was our 9th anniversary.  I can honestly say that they have been some of the happiest years of my life.  I made him a lovely dinner of steak, grilled asparagus w/sea salt and twice baked potatoes.  Then we had fresh homemade blueberry pie for dessert.  As I have been extremely mushy so far I will continue in that vein.  We are extremely blessed to have found each other and I thank God for it everyday.  Okay enough of the mush. I hate to say it but I cannot remember for the life of me who made this stamp.  Update:  The Stamp is by Magenta Hmph.  It's really nice though so if you know tell and I'll give them proper credit.  I coloured with copics and then over-sprayed with vanilla Smooch  Spritz.  It's in the new Stampin Up catalogue.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

I scream, you scream, we all scream for.....

Kabobs!  Here's was supper.  Just sayin'.


Here's who wanted to join us for dinner.....

Saturday, July 3, 2010

My Copic Journal

I found this super site called Copic Munkies. They showed how to make a copic journal. This little journal has printed charts which you can find on the site. They have charts for marker inventory, custom colours, etc. It's pretty cool.  I used my Bind it All to make the book and I printed the pages out on cardstock so I can colour right inside the book with the actual paper I use with my copics. The brand is called Hammermill.  I've had this Daisy D's paper that I used to cover my journal for ages. I was hoarding it. I'm a craft supply hoarder.  Isn't  there an anonymous group for that? Also check out this site Michelle's MBellishments She's got some great ideas for this copic journal too.

I got those rhinestone embellishments at the dollar store.  Dollar store!!!! I paid $7 for one of these on a scrapbooking site. Holy crap. Needless to say I now buy them from the dollar store. Oh yeah, the bird's name is Frank.

Friday, July 2, 2010

FWF Flair Flair Flair

Here is the birthday card I made for my husband Jim. He loves embossing so I embossed leaves on the background with silver EP.  They I rubbed inks onto the surface. I used pale plum, so saffron and old olive.  I used this stamp from the June KOTM. I love that stamp.  I embossed it as well and used the same technique and inks as I did on the background. I added stickles to the sun rays. I also used the new damask embossing folder from Stampin' Up. Wow does that thing emboss deeply. It's quite impressive. (no pun intended) (I'm lying, pun intended!)

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Look at this...

Just a quick little post to show you some new organization in my office.  Inspired by Stephanie, purchased at Ikea, Jim put these little pots up for me today.  My desktop looks a little more organized. Funny how just moving things around a bit makes things look so much roomier.