I finished making the extra cards that were left over from my card night Friday. I got them put with an envelope and into a card sleeve and filed in my card boxes. What a great feeling. I also emptied my two shelf cabinet in my craft room, and got it all organized so I can find things now! I took the retired stamps to the basement along with empty stamp cases and got them put where they belong. During 2 tv shows tonight I got pictures sorted and things organized in my cupboards in the basement. I went through pictures and got rid of those that really weren't needed for a scrapbook or memory box. It feels so good to accomplish things that have been bugging me ya know?
Ben has his best friend over tonight. He's a great friend who will be going back to college early in Sept. Ben has a job interview at our church to help with the technology team. Two of his friends who have been doing it are off to college so Ben's name was brought up. I just pray that whatever God wants for Ben is evident to him. I was busy making cards. Here are a couple.
Here's my card in honor of Marie Alice for Queen For the Day. I chose this card of hers to CASE. I used the labels 17 die cut for her image page. Then I used rose red paper and some paper a friend, Jan gave me. She got it at Michaels. I used pink ribbon. Love this image and it was colored with Copics.
Congrats Maureen on being the featured stamper! Here's the card I chose in your gallery to CASE.
I used versamark and black embossing powder then colored with SU markers and copics. I used the Mr. and Mrs. stamp which is layered with black behind it.
Saw this on FB and really liked it.
I love this since it doesn't say it HAS to be family. I've made some wonderful friends along the way.
One week from tomorrow I start back to work. I can hear Hope laughing and carrying on all the way from Pittsburgh!
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Blessing of the day: This evening's church service was a question/answer session. My question was read and I was able to ask our pastor another question after the service. He made me feel like I was doing the right thing. Thank you God.
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