Happy Father's Day
Not that many Father's will read this blog, but my Dad does to check up on me and see what I'm up to. I'm pretty sure not many of us will get the chance to stamp today, as we will be dedicating today to our Father's in our life. My husband will be spending the day watching our oldest play basketball, which I think is one of his favorite things to do, and then I'll make him Lasagna for dinner. My dad is in Kentucky camping where I'll be later in the week. Well, I had a really rough weekend, and my stress level is to the roof, because with all this rain, my basement got a big leak, and water poured in my stamp room all Friday night! Which means it's completely torn up! And, I have our Mount Pleasant meeting to get ready for tomorrow, and not one clean spot in my office to work. I know I'll get it done, I always do, but I may be up till wee hours of the morning tonight. The blessing is that nothing major got ruined. Just all my bags that I've collected over the years from all my conventions, Founder's and Leadership conventions. It brought back memories looking at each one before I had to throw them away. Funny thing was, I even found some great stuff in a few of them that I forgot was in there and didn't put away. Let's see, I'm posting a few projects from my Big Shot class this week, a little gift card bag made from two top notes, and inside fit a medium cello bag perfectly, then a circle album made with the thick window sheets and pieces of the To the nines DSP, so we could make mini books for our Dad's. I LOVE making these mini books with the thick window sheets because it gives them such added stability. I'm also posting another card made at our Sponge class. This class was very cool, a little tricky, and our fingers got very inky! Then, a swap card made by Gayle McCracken using Orchid Opulence, and the Manhattan Flower folder with the card stock vellum...I LOVE that! I will be doing almost the exact one at my card class on the 30th. Lastly, it's my Carter...he is now officially on the move! He scooches and gets himself into all kinds of places. Makes getting work done pretty difficult. He's only 5 1/2 months!!!! He also won't nurse anymore...he's just too nosey, and can't stand to look away from anything for even a moment! I miss those quiet times with him, and I hate making a bottle at 4:00 in the morning, but it's easier to leave him now with a sitter when I have to go to work. I hope you all have a wonderful day! I'll post some of my Mount Pleasant meeting samples tomorrow, or Tuesday. The theme is all new colors, plus Fun with envelopes. We're making a few neat projects using some of the different envelopes we have. Blessings to you all!!!