Make Every Moment Count.

Hello everyone. I started making this card feeling so emotional with everything that has been going on in this world. I can’t believe so many people died this past weekend in Orlando for no reason. My heart and prayers go out to all the victims and their families.

So with that being said I just want to make sure that I make every moment count and enjoy life because who knows what tomorrow will bring.  Hope you like my card and thanks for stopping by my blog. 20160613_103426_001-02

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Pink And Gold Hello Card

Good Morning Monday! Hello everyone. Hope your day is going awesome. I didn’t really do anything this weekend. Just stayed in and binged watch The Blacklist. That show is so good and addicting. We finally made it to season 3, If you haven’t seen it, you should. I did a little bit of watercoloring with pinks and some gold splatter. I used my Cricut to cut out the Hello sentiment and then I used the patterned flower print as a background and I used Tim Holtz Distress Inks to blend in the pinkish red red color you see the gold flower patterned was already on this patterned paper so it was pretty easy to put all together and I made this cute card. Thanks so much for stopping by hope you all have a blessed day!IMG_20160611_201937

I Miss You Card

Hello everyone. My goodness it is hot here in Arizona. We say this each year I don’t know why because we’ve lived here for 16 years and we should be used to it by now. Try and stay cool and  hydrated if your in Arizona. Here is a card I made the other day. A cute card telling that special person that you miss them. Loving the colors I choose, it really makes the I Miss You pop out.  Thanks for stopping by.

 

 

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Our Weekend Camping Trip.

Hello Everyone! Well we had an amazing time up at Woods Canyon this weekend. The weather was perfect. We did a little fishing, didn’t really catch anything but small fish so we had to throw them back. We did some hiking and we saw an elk. We had a great weekend getaway especially since Phoenix was over heated this weekend with temperatures over 100. We felt it coming back on Sunday. Well here are a few pictures I took this weekend.

I Love You Card

Hello everyone! Happy Thursday, It’s actually my Friday. Were getting ready to pack all our stuff up for this camping trip. I’m excited I can’t wait to be up in the cooler area with this heat down here in Phoenix. Well here is a cute card I made for the one you love. I used patterned print scrapbook paper, white card stock, some bakers twine, and my Cricut to cut out the circles and cut out the “I Love You” sentiment. Hope you enjoys todays creation. Thanks again for stopping by my blog. Have an awesome weekend!IMG_20160602_110924

Love You Card

Good Morning everyone! Happy Hump Day. This week has gone by really quick. We’ve already plans for this weekend. It’s suppose to be in the 100’s this weekend in Phoenix so we decided to go up north to go camping. The weather and scenery will be much pleasant to be in this weekend. I will be sure to take lots a pictures. Anyways let’s get into this lovely card I made to send to the one you love. Thanks for stopping by my blog!IMG_20160601_095649

Supplies

  • Card stock
  • Glue
  • Ribbon
  • Stamp
  • Ink
  • Cricut Explore to cut out the side borders and the circle for the sentiment.
  • Embossed Powder in Black

Thank You Card

Hello there! Hope everyone had an amazing Memorial day weekend. As being a military brat I know how much the military family means to me. I certainly will never forget those who have served. With that being said I made a Thank you card. Thank you for stopping by my blog. IMG_20160531_101441So for this card I used my Cricut to cut out the butterfly. I used distress crayons to add the color to the back ground and blend it in. I used a stamp from Stampabilities  with hand lettering for the background and added the sentiment with Prima Marketings Christine Adolph adhesive rub-ons, then I added the foil over the rub-ons . I added Tim Holtz Idea-ology star fasteners to the corners of the card.

 

Supplies

  • Cricut Explore
  • Tim Holtz Distress Crayons in yellow and green
  • Stamp from Stampablities with the hand lettering
  • Prima Marketing Christine Adolph Adhesive rub-ons
  • Foil sheets in Gold and Teal
  • Tim Holtz Idea-ology Star Fasteners
  • Glue
  • Card Stock
  • Water coloring paper