Tuesday, July 27, 2010

My Button

Well I did it...and before I leave for Florida!!!  I love my new button....BLING!!!  Reason I picked butterflies, is because my grandmother loved them.  She has been gone 11 years, she was my very best friend.  I miss her everyday.


Monday, July 26, 2010

New Blog Look

Well I updated my Blog L@@K!  Hope you all enjoy.  My next stop is creating a blog button, having some issues with PhotoBucket but hopefully can get this done this week before I leave for Florida.

Hoping to use this as my button!!!
What do you think?

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Birthday Project

My grandpa is turning 92 years old on August 7th.  We are having a big party for him and celebrating everything about him.  All my aunts and uncles will be at the party.  I am very excited to see him and all my family.   Well anyway, I couldn't figure out what to get Grandpa for his birthday.  So I made this using my gypsy with carts:  Printing 101 and Gypsy Font.  I cut out a template and the used Armour Etch on the template I cut out.  The think I did wrong was not cut it out flipped.  The etching is actually on the top of the glass....oh well it still turned out good.  I think the worst part for me was coming up with words that I felt described my Grandpa and starting with all those letter.  Thanks for looking!!

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Scrapbook Area


Well this is my little scrap area in the corner of my kids video game area. 
This is my next project to work on and get organized.  Any suggestions??

Friday, July 16, 2010

Martha Stewart and Provo Craft join together

I do not have the cricut cake but would love to get one!!
Especially this one with Martha Stewart Carts.

Will be on HSN Monday July 19, 2010 @
1 AM, 12 PM, 4 PM and 9 PM EST

Monday, July 12, 2010

Seen through a Fence

Well baseball season has came to an end for my oldest son.  He is 10 and hit his first home run on Friday, July 9th.  He was so excited, the ball almost went over the fence.  My husband and I were so excited for him.  What a great feeling to see your kid do something so amazing.