Mike's daughter Whitney has lived on her own since she was 18 and has learned how hard it is to make ends meet on one income. She has worked her tail off for the past 3 years working 2 jobs and is just ready for a change, so off she goes to Kansas City. We decided to get the family together to tell her goodbye and what a better way to do it then to sing karaoke? Right??? Well that is what we like to do and we had a great time and wished her well. We know she will do great. Thanks for peeking in.
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
Tuesday, October 9, 2007
This was such a fun project. One of the girls I work with at Scrapbook Garden was trying to help me come up with some fun little items that I could sell at the craft fair I am going to be in at the end of October. The trick to craft fairs is to find something that is cute, and doesn't cost a bunch to make. Sometimes that can be hard with all of the things there are out there in the scrapbook world. You really have to think about your project and decide what you can realistically sell your item for. Embellishments can put you way over the top of your budget but if you make most of them you can save a ton. The Cricut machine helps me to do this! What at great little investment! Any hoo back to this envelope album...you take 4 envelopes (you can use any size you want, I thought square ones would be fun) and flip the flap where where the adhesive is open and attach that with glue to the next envelope. Continue in this manner until you get to the last envelope and tuck the flap inside the envelope. If you lay it out flat all of your openings will be facing the same direction. These are "secret" pockets that you can stick a tag or square piece of card stock into for additional photo space or journaling. Before adding the decorative paper to the outside I used glue dots to adhere the ribbon I used to tie the album shut. Pretty simple and who would have thought you could do this with envelopes? They go together pretty quick, I think I made this one in about an hour. Well thanks for stopping in, hope you are having a great week. - Toni
Thursday, October 4, 2007
Wednesday, October 3, 2007
One of my good friends is going through a challenging time right now and I thought I would make her a card to cheer her up a little bit. This is the newest to my Bella girls...Huggybellas. I thought they were so fun! I added a few dots of stickles for some added "bling" (got this idea from my pal Michelle) **wink wink**. Thanks for peeking in...talk to you soon. Toni