Thursday, July 18, 2013

In my home now

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Dream Home

 Here are the Pictures of our dream home. We are going to Settlement/Close March 15, 2013.

I will start with the "Imagination Station"
I am going to have this part of the basement for my Crafting Room
behind the door is the Washing Machine & Dryer, Furnace and Water Heater, etc. 
 This is the rest of the Craft Room

Okay for the rest of the Home

This is the Powder Room/Half Bath

Hall way between the two extra rooms 

This is what I am calling Donny's Den, his Man Cave.
The leather Day Bed is staying and is going in to the Guest Bedroom

My Dressing Room/Guest Bed Room  

Master Bed Room

Dinning Room with a view of the Sun Room


Living Room  with view of the Kitchen

Living Room

Saturday, December 1, 2012

No recent posts

I have been have a time an a half trying to add posts to my Blogger and I am also trying to buy a house pack and do a limited amount of crafting.

I just found out that all this time I have been trying to sign in with the wrong email address. I will try to do some updated post but I may not get to most if any of them until after the New Year after we move.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Liebster Award

Thank you so much Kisa Hilson Collier at Hanging In The Women Cave for choosing me to receive this Liebster Award.

"The origins of the Liebster Blog award are somewhat unclear but the general consensus is that it originated in Germany, Liebster meaning favorite or dearest, to showcase bloggers with fewer than 200 followers. Upon accepting the award the recipient must then pass it on to five more blogs of note."

Without further adieu, here's what you do as a presenter of this award!

1. Thank your Liebster Blog Award presenter on your blog.
2. Link back to the blogger who presented the award to you.
3. Copy and paste the blog award on your blog.
4. Present the Liebster Blog Award to 5 blogs of 200 followers or less who you feel deserve.
5. Let them know they have been chosen by leaving a comment at their blog.

So, now it's my turn to pay it forward, my picks for fellow bloggers with less than 200 followers, in no particular order, are as follows:

1. Teresa Kaufold ~ Create Enjoy Share

2. Candice Fields ~ Stampin Pearls

3. Deirdre Smith ~ Glittered Roses

4. Tiffany Grant-Smimmons ~ The Crafty Teacher

5. Tammie Lippart O' Keefe ~ Scrapping My Life Creations

Now, choose 5 blogs that you like and give them the award! 

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Let Freedom Ring

When I found out that the theme @ Erica's Craft Room was 
Cricut Cartridge I had to share my story about the 
Card for the Troops for Martin Luther King Jr 
Day of Service @ my church 

The "Let Freedom Ring" and Liberty Bell" are found on page 30

Liberty Bell cut @ 2.5"
Let Freedom Ring cut @ 3"

This is basically the card that we would do.
I have the kids six and up make the back ground Pattern Paper
with White Card Stock, Red and White Acrylic Paint and Shaving Cream

This is a big hit with kids of all ages
This is a project the parents love to do with their children

Before the event I cut out about 200 of so of each image needed for the cards
The cards for this post I used EK Success 3D-Dots 
to the Liberty Bell made from Craft Paper Card Stock
that was colored in Ranger's "Perfect Gold" Perfect Pearls

I accented the top of the bell and crack with Ranger's "Copper" Stickles

Every year I look forward to heading up this event
Even though we do not do any 3-D effects the mass card production for the Troops
the card come out great.

I hope that you enjoyed the project as much as I love doing and sharing it.
Happy crafting and thanks for looking

Please go to Erica's Craft Room to see more projects from the Design Team.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

A Bouquet of Spring

Hello and Welcome to my first
Design Team post

This project is something that I made for my Mothers for Mother's Day.

When I decided to make this I wanted to use what I call "Ugly Paper"
Now "Ugly Paper" in not necessarily ugly but some that you will not really use,
 you know the papers that are in the packs.

The Pattern Paper that I used for the I had for so long that I can not remember the Pack of Paper I got it from.

I cut the Vase from Plantin SchoolBook page 80 "Tall Ball" 
I cut at "Fit to Page" for the vase size.
I put together Mog Pog and cut of the handles

I placed foam at the bottom of the vases so that I was able to stick Pipe Cleaning Wire in it for the steams of the flowers.

The Flower were cut from Accent Essentials at 2 inches
on page 63 and 56

The center of flower were cut out with a 1 inch EK Success Scallop circle punch.

I cut two flowers for every steam used and glued them together on the steams.

The Butterflies were cut from Picturesque on page 65 at 2 inches

This was simple to make but can have a dramatic affect.

Thank for looking,
I hope you enjoyed my first DT Post.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Ranger & Tim Holtz Products

Tim Holtz Creative Chemistry 101

Just wanted to say that I am starting to get another obsession 
along with my Cricut

I have brought just about every thing that the ACMoore that I teach at has.

Here is how I am storing them for now.

I am taking the Tim Holtz Creative Chemistry 101 online class series, and I have to same that after the first class today and am pleasantly surprised to learn a lot abut inks and pants.

I can't wait to see what else I will learn during the next 2 weeks.

I want to learn it all.

So that I can teach.

Click on the water to feed the fish.