Monday, November 30, 2009

Tilda and the Ladybug

Welcome to a new week. I can't believe November is coming to a close and December is about to start. Today's card features Tilda of Magnolia Stamps and her little ladybug friend.

Just as the sentiment says, I wish you all a Happy Day today. As I have learned over the last couple of weeks, live each day you get to the fullest. You never know when life will throw you a curve ball. Find the good in everyday. There are so many wonderful things going on all around you.

Project Materials: Cardstock (DCWV); Stamp (Tilda-Magnolia Rubber Stamps; Saying -i think-Hero arts); Ink (Versafine); Color (Derwent Inktense); Stripes (All My Memories);

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Sunday Angel Card

Hello everyone! Here is the Sunday angel card this week. I used the sentiment "The Lord's unfailing LOVE surrounds the man who TRUSTS in him." I hope everyone is surrounded by the Lord's love this week.
Hope you have a wonderful Sunday and a great week this week. This is the final day for the Card of the week vote and this afternoon I will start up the new card of the week vote, so be sure to cast your vote in the new poll.
Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill, DCWV); Stamp (Eureka Rubber Stamps); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); Flowers (Prima); Brads (Basic Grey, Queen&Co, Bazzill); Saying (Oriental Trading Company); Adhesives (Popdots, Glue all);

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Meet Elly

Meet Elly from Faerie Song Art Stamps. She's a cutie. I paired here with a fun saying "Hold a true friend with both hands." I have a lot of wonderful friends and don't have enough hands to hold everyone. Hugs to you all

Thought I would try a blue and orange combo. These are colors that art teachers tell me go together but I don't always naturally put them together.

Project Materials: Cardstock (westrim, bazzill, DCWV); Stamps (Faerie Song Art Stamps); Flowers (Prima); Ink (Memento); Color (Derwent Inktense, Copic Markers); Brads (Basic Grey); Ribbon (Unknown); Adhesives (Ribbon glue, Glue All);

Friday, November 27, 2009

Fall Fantasy Girl

This adorable girl comes from Sweet Pea Stamps. I love her because she is so versatile. The foliage that surrounds her face can be colored in different ways which allows this image to be a great image for fall, spring or summer.

I paired the stamp with a beautiful saying that is also from Sweet Pea. "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart. Helen Keller"

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Stamps (Sweet Pea Stamps); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); Leaves (Grandmas Button Bag); Adhesives (Glue All, Glue dots, Pop dots);

Sweet Pea Stamps

Here's an adorable paper piecing that I made with a member of the Gum Drop Gang from Sweet Pea Stamps. I added the Get Well Soon sentiment as I was preparing to go to the hospital when I made this card.Sweet Pea Stamps is having a sale today for Black Friday. You should go to their WWW and check it out. Lynette is releasing new fantasy art stamps and they are TOO beautiful. You can preorder them at a discount. Purchases over the $20 minimum will get free shipping and a bonus!!

Project Materials: Cardstock (Wetsrim, DCWV); Stamps (Sweet Pea Stamps); Ink (Memento);
Color (Copic Markers);

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Sugar Nellie's Daisy

Here's a stamp that Sugar Nellie simply called "Daisy". What a sweet little girl. I love how she looks so innocent and thoughtful. The saying "The Kingdom of heaven is within you...." was something that I can imagine her sitting there thinking about.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope you all have a wonderful day with your families and friends. May God be with you all on this, the day we give Thanks. I am especially thankful for this past year. I am thankful that my health has held out and that God has brought me to accept possible surgery. I am very thankful for my dear husband John and my supportive friends and family.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Rubber Stamp (Daisy-Sugar Nellie Rubber Stamps); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); Flowers (Prima); Brads (unknown); Quote (unknown);

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Be the Change

Here's an adorable image of Hanglar from Hanglar&Stanglar sitting up on the branch of a tree. She's so cute. I love how the shading turned out on her outfit. I paired her with a saying from Ghandi "Be the CHANGE you want to see in the WORLD."

What a different place the world would be if we all took that advice. Can you imagine a world without war? without hate? without poverty? I guess with Thanksgiving around the corner, now is a good time to think about a world like that.

Project Materials: Cardstock (DCWV); Ink (Memento, White Pigment ink); Stamps (Hanglar&Stanglar Rubber stamps; Saying-unknown); Color (Derwent Inktense);

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

My Friend

Here's a cute Tilda card, sitting on the ledge above the pretty flowers. My house smells of flowers from all the bouquets I got while in the hospital. I can smell the roses very strongly here at the computer.

Hope you are having a great week and are getting prepared for Thanksgiving. I don't think we will do anything for thanksgiving this year. It will just be John and I, so we will probably go out and eat somewhere.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill, DCWV); Border(Doodlebug); Stamp (Magnolia Rubber Stamps); Color (Derwent Inktense); Ink (Memento); Flowers (Prima); Saying (Colorbok);

Monday, November 23, 2009

Sugar Nellie Flower Girl

Happy Monday everyone! I can't believe we are already on thanksgiving week! Time is flying by this year. Here's an adorable little girl stamp that I bought from Sugar Nellie.

Results from the testing last week were encouraging. They are going to run additional tests to see about the possibility of surgery. Thanks to everyone for their thoughts and prayers! I will let you guys know when I go back in for more testing.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Stamp(Sugar Nellie); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); Vellum Quote (Colorbok); Brads

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Blog Candy Winners!

The winner of the Joys of the season Cricut cartridge is:

Kendra of Scrappin' Cricut!!

The winner of the bonus prize (UM stamps) is: Lee of Stampin With Grandma Lee!!

Congrats to both of you. I hope you love the prizes. I would love to see something that you create with them.

Cheers, Holley

Sunday Angel Card

I am so grateful to be home again. It was a long stay in the hospital and the last couple of days were very unpleasant. But I have since be released and I am glad to be home. Here's the Sunday Angel card for the week:
I hope that all of you are having a great weekend and are looking forward to a good week. Thanks so much to everyone for their well wishes and their prayers. Things went well and more tests will come in the very near future.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Angel(Provocraft); Saying (Unknown); Ink (Colorbox Chalk); Sewing (Linda W);

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Unity Stamps Rag Doll

Hello! The last few days in the hospital were REALLY hard on me. I am glad to be relaxing and packing up to go home. Hopefully in a day or two I will be back to normal again.

For now here's a cute Unity Stamps Doll card, she's so sweet. Makes me think of Rageddy Ann of course.

Project Materials: Cardstock 9Westrim, Bazzill); Stamp (Unity Stamps Rag Doll); Ink (Memento, Colorbox Chalk); Flowers (Prima); Bling (MAMBI); Text (Rubon); Color (Copic Markers)

Friday, November 20, 2009

Bad Hair Day?

I love this cute little girl. She's from Stamping Bella. Her hair is curly and everywhere. I have super thick straight hair, so I always wanted curly hair as a child. I even curled my hair a lot during childhood through college.

Project Materials: Carstock(Bazzill, DCWV, California Paper Goods); Stamps (Stamping Bella); Ink (Memento); Color (Derwent Inktense); Buttons (Jesse James Buttons); Brads (unknown); Adhesives (pop dots, glue all, glue dots);

CC Designs Fairy Girl

Here's a cute Fairy Girl from CC Designs Rubber Stamps; I kept the decor very simple on this card, you can't tell from the scan, but the paper is a beautiful shimmery mica paper that's absolutely gorgeous. The violet color and the white has a golden shimmer to it.

Today should be my last day in the hospital. I hope to have news soon about whether they will do the surgery or not.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Specialty Papers (California Paper Goods); Stamp (CC Designs); Ink (Versafine); Color (Derwent Inkense);

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Diane Duda's Cat

Here's a great new stamp from Diane Duda of Sugar Nellie Rubber Stamps. I wanted to pair Pink and Orange for this card.

I started by coloring the image in various shades of pink and orange using my Derwent Inktense watercolor pencils. Then everything just came together by adding more shades of pink and orange to complete the look. I think this stamp would look great with lot of different color combinations.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill, DCWV); Stamp (Sugar Nellie Rubber Stamps); Ink (Memento, Colorbox Chalk); Buttons (Grandma's button bag); Flowers (Prima); Button Brads (Making Memories); Ribbon (Fire Mountain Gems); Adhesives (Pop dots, glue dots, glue all)

Wednesday, November 18, 2009


Bonus Card: Faerie Song Art Stamps Paloma
Evening All, I am getting a little extra time at the computer this evening so I wanted to post another card for you all to enjoy. This stamp comes from Faerie Song Art Stamps and her name is Paloma.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill, DCWV); Stamp (Faerie Song Art Stamps); Ink (Memento); Color (Derwent Inktense); Ribbons; Adhesives (Glue All, Ribbon Glue, PopDots);

Have a great night everyone!


Here's a wonderful stamp from Sugar Nellie Rubber Stamps. The name of this stamp is "Demure". I have paired her with a great vertical stamp from Sweet Pea stamps that says "Just for You".

Project Materials: Carstock (Bazzill); Stamps (Girl-Sugar Nellie Rubber Stamps, Saying- Sweet Pea Stamps); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); Flowers (Prima);

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Hanglar & Stanglar Love Ya!

Here's cute little Hanglar. I love this stamp because she is holding a little sign so it can be used for most any occasion. I have a whole set of tiny word stamps from Hero Arts that work perfectly with this sign.Hope you are all having a great week. Today is Day 2 in the hospital for me. Hopefully the testing is going well. I have set up these card to post for your enjoyment while I am there. I hope to have WIFI connection at the hospital so I can check in and add new comments as things happen!

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Specialty paper (DCWV); Stamp (Hanglar&Stanglar Stamps); Ink (Memento); Color (Derwent Inktense); Punch (All night media); Sticker (Colorbok);

Monday, November 16, 2009

Pumpkin Girl Emma

Here's a cute little card of Emma wearing a pumpkin hat! SO adorable. I have removed the rest of the stamp and just framed her face using Spellbinders embossing dies.
Today is my first day in the hospital. I am all hooked up and ready now. I have some WIFI connection so I can occassionally check in. They will be running lots of tests as well as inducing seizures, so once that starts happening, it will be too hard to do things on the computer. Nothing more miserable than days of seizures. Wish me luck!

Project Materials: Paper (Bazzill); Stamp (Emma-CC Designs); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); Borders (Doodlebug); Die Cuts (Spellbinders);

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Sweet Pea Egyptian Mermaid

The new Sweet Pea stamps are here! They are having a release party tonight and will begin taking orders for the new stamps. I have made a sample for them using this beautiful egyptian theme Mermaid.I have set up the new poll for "Card of the week". Voting is in the right hand column. If you haven't signed up for the blog candy, please do so! I will likely pick the winner this week and mail the prize out. Who doesn't need a new cricut cartridge or some new rubber stamps? The sign up is on Date Oct 24th or you can click the image of the Cricut cartridge in the right hand column to get to the correct entry.

The Stamp release party is at 10pm Eastern and will be lots of fun will have many prizes, you can read the details here. It's at the Sweet Pea Group at Paper Craft Planet:

Project Materials: Paper (Stampin up, Bazzill); Stamps (Sweet Pea Rubber Stamps); Color (Derwent Inktense, Copic Markers); Flowers (Prima); Button Brads (Making Memories)

Faith Blog Hop, Day 3

(to read more about the Friends of Faith blog hop, scroll down to friday and saturday's posts)

Here's my card for today. "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways, acknowledge him and he shall direct thy path."

This is a HUGE week coming up for me. I find this card particularly fitting as I am about to go into the hospital for testing. It's quite a surprise really, as I have always been very anti surgery. But here we are and here I go. I pray that the Lord will guide me and help me to deal with the outcome of this week, regardless of the results. I will either find out that I am a good candidate for brain surgery and will then face brain surgery OR I will find out that I am not a good candidate for surgery; that will be a very depressing blow. So either outcome is a little scary and will take much faith to get through. I have made some great cards for you all to see next week. Please come by and visit everyday. I hope to have WIFI connections at the hospital, so I will leave messages as I can. Hugs to you all!!

For those following the blog hop, the next stop is Karen Murray
Have a Blessed Day!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Faith blog hop, Day 2

Welcome to Scrapbook News and Review Magazine's A Faith Perspective Thankful for Friends Faith Blog Hop. Today, we're out in force on the internet -- showing our faith and giving the glory to God. United, we stand as Christian paper crafters and blog owners to make a presence on the internet for all to see. We're celebrating the theme of friends and we're happy to share our projects with you based on the verse: "Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work: If one falls down, his friend can help him up. " Ecc4:9-10a

If you're just joining in on the fun, you can find the start of the train here:

Here's my project for day two of this Blog Hop. Many people are just showing a single project all three days, but I love to put up a new project everyday, so here's one for day #2

Project Materials: Cardstock (Westrim, DCWV); Stamps (Posh Impressions); Color (Stamping Up Watercolor Crayons); Materials (Spritzer);

For the next stop on the hop, please see Karen Murray

Have a Blessed Day!

Friday, November 13, 2009

Faith Blog Hop, Day 1

Welcome to Scrapbook News and Review Magazine's A Faith Perspective Thankful for Friends Faith Blog Hop. Today, we're out in force on the internet -- showing our faith and giving the glory to God. United, we stand as Christian paper crafters and blog owners to make a presence on the internet for all to see. We're celebrating the theme of friends and we're happy to share our projects with you based on the verse: "Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work: If one falls down, his friend can help him up. " Ecc4:9-10a

If you're just joining in on the fun, you can find the start of the train here:

Here's my project for this Blog Hop:
Three beautiful angel images from Sweet Pea Stamps. I also used one of their sayings to make the "Count your blessings" message. No matter how bad you think life is, always stop to count your blessings.

Project Materials: Stamps (Sweet Pea Stamps); Ink (Memento); Buttons (Jesse James Buttons); Cardstock (Bazzill, California Paper goods);

The next person in the blog hop is Karen Murray at

Have a Blessed Day!

In Style, meet Yuki

This great girl comes from the Anime style stamps at In Style stamps. They have a cute line of stamps that are in Anime fashion. This girl is named Yuki.

Off to get the MRI today. I am sure many of you have had one of these. I haven't had one in many years but I am guessing it's still loud and obnoxious. I think mine will last about an hour. Then I will come home for some fun stamping :)

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Stamps (Yuki-In Style Stamps; Saying-Sweet Pea Rubber Stamps); Ink (memento); Color (Copic Markers); Buttons (O'scrap); Ribbon (Fire Mountain Gems);

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Tilda is a Tweet Heart

Here's a cute fall color Tilda as she looks at a little tweetie bird. What a tweet heart!!

Have any of you ever had a bird come up to you? I can't think of an occasion, even someone's pet who has flown up to me. One time in Hawaii we did take a photo with some tropical birds, one on each shoulder and one on my head! Too bad I didn't look good in those photos. They never made it into the scrapbook.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Stamps (Tilda-Magnolia; Saying- Hero Arts); Flower (Prima); Brad (Basic Grey); Ribbon (Doodlebug); Ink (Memento); Color (Derwent Inktense, Copic markers)

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Sir Felix the Cat

Here's a fun image from Stamping Bella. He's part of their KETTO line and his name is Sir Felix the Cat. I paired him with a funny saying from the Cat's Pajamas Rubber Stamps.Happy Veterens day! Let me say a big thank you to all the Veterens out there and all those who are currently serving. Thank you for your service and may the Lord bring peace everywhere soon! Don't forget to vote for the card of the week in the right hand column! Hugs all! Holley

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Papers (Copper-California Paper Goods; Print-Autumn Leaves; Neenah Classic Crest); Ribbon (unknown); Stamps (Sir Felix-Stamping Bella; Saying-Cats Pajamas); Color (Copic Markers); Tools-(Circle punches-Creative Memories; Spellbinders dies, Sizzix die cutter); Adhesives (Pop dots, glue dots, ribbon glue, Glue all)

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

That's who I am....Perfect

This Gorjuss girl is letting you know who she is! She's got an attitude, but she's perfect just the way she is.It may not be visible from the blog, but the pink patterned papers on this card are stitched together and I just love that. I had a friend who stitched me up a whole bunch of beautiful papers. This was one of them.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Paper (Unknown); Stamp (Sugar Nellie Rubber Stamps); Ink (Versafine); Color (Derwent Inktense); Vellum sayings (Colorbok); Flowers (Prima); Bling (MAMBI)

Monday, November 9, 2009

Got Wings?

Here's a super cute fairy stamp from Faerie Song Art Stamps. Her name is Sassafras. I got several adorable stamps from Faerie Song last week. Their rubber is top notch.

Seems like I don't use a lot of violet in my crafting, so I am working to include it more often. This project uses 2 different violet papers, 3 shades of violet copic markers, 3 shades of violet prima flowers and violet bling.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill, Violet Mica-California Paper Goods); Flowers (Prima); Bling (Hero Arts); Stamps (Faerie Song Art Stamps); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); Adhesives (1/8" pop dots, 1/16" pop dots, glue all);

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Nuts about You

This is a cute die cut that comes from the Hello Kitty line of Sizzix. Her name is Lori the Squirrel. I cut a whole bunch of these and made cute variations by changing her shirt color.

Well, it's time for a new week to get started! I have put up the new "Card of the week" poll in the right hand column. Please take a second and cast your vote. If you haven't signed up for the Blog Candy, there is still time, Scroll down to Oct 24th entry or click the link in the right hand column to go to the entry!

Project Materials: Cardstock/Printed Paper (DCWV); Squirrel (Sizzix); Stamps (Acorn-CTMH--I think?; saying - Hero Arts); Ink (Colorbox Chalk; Versafine);

Sunday Angel

Happy Sunday everyone! Here is the sunday Angel card. I love this angel and her beautiful wings. Let us all give "Glory to God in the Highest"

I hope I have positioned the angel correctly on the card. I did this because her hair was flowing downward. Coloring was done with Copic Markers. Have a blessed sunday! Tune in tonight for the first card of the week and the new vote. I believe both stamps are from Eureka company but I am unsure. If you know, please leave me a comment and tell me.

Project materials: Cardstock (Bazzill), Stamps (Unknown); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); That's all!! Giving Glory to God doesn't always take a lot :)

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Whoo loves you?

Been a while since I have had an Owl card on the blog, so I colored up this owl with rich fall colors on a fall colored card.Anyone else out there who loves Owl stamps and the funny saying that go with them? Seems like I have a bunch of these cute stamps and still can't get enough!

Project Materials: Cardstock (DCWV); Stamps (owl-Prima; Whoo...-Hero Arts; I do.....-Hampton Arts Stamps); Ink (Memento; Versafine); Color (Derwent Inktense); Buttons (Jesse James Buttons); Ribbon (Unknown); Adhesives (Pop dots, Ribbon Glue, Glue All, Glue dots);

Friday, November 6, 2009

Rosey Posy

It's Rosey Posy with a bouquet of roses just for you today! Isn't she Sweet? (wink, wink)
This cute stamp comes from Kraftin' Kimmies stamps. I added a tag with the additional stamp they send to go with her.

Happy Friday everyone! I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Don't forget to come visit me :)

Hugs, Holley

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Stamps (Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps); Tag (Stampin' Up); Ribbon (Fire Mountain Gems); Vellum Quote (Colorbok); Color(Copic Markers);

He loves me....

Can you remember being a little girl and picking up a flower, pulling the petals one by one as you said "He loves me, He loves me not". Ohhh how we wished the flower would end with "HE LOVES ME!!" Well, the cute cat on this card loves you!
The cat is actually part of a larger image, but he was so sweet that I thought he deserved a card all his own. If you haven't been to their blog lately, Sweet Pea Stamps is giving away Blog candy of their own, I put a link to it on my sidebar to the right. Go by and maybe you will win some rubber stamps of your own.

Project Materials: Cardstock (DCWV); Rubber Stamps (Sweet Pea Stamps); Ink (Momenta); Color (Watercolor pencils); Buttons (American Crafts); Mustard ribbon, Popdots.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Falling Leaves

Happy Thursday everyone! Here's a cute little girl from Hanglar & Stanglar who's looking at the changing colors of the leaves falling down.
Ahh, so nice to see the beautiful temperatures of Fall finally arriving. For us here in South TX, that means mid to high 50s at night and low to mid 70s during the day. Not much of the falling leaves though.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Stamp (Hanglar&Stanglar); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); Brads (unknown); Leaves (Jesse James Button Co.); Adhesives (Pop dots, Glue All, Glue dots);

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Magenta Girl

This cute girl comes from Magenta Rubber Stamps. I paired her with a cute vellum saying about friends and some adorable tiny prima flowers.So as the poem asks, what simple joys have blessed your life recently? some beautiful weather, talking to a family member, chatting with a friend? For some of us, just having a healthy day is a blessing. I know I count the days when I have time to craft as special!

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill, DCWV); Stamp (Magenta); Ink (Momenta); Color (Derwent Inktense, Copic Markers); Flowers (Prima); Brads (Queen&Co); Vellum quote (DCWV); Ribbon& Buttons (Unknown); Adhesives (Glue All, Ribbon Glue, Glue dots);

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

A Gorjuss Star

This little gorjuss girl holds a cute star that she cut out. It matches the star barrettes in her hair. I love her long wild hair and her fun striped socks. Makes me think of my long hair as a kid.

I can't believe it is already November. Where has this year gone? I better get on the ball and start making some Christmas projects. Before I know it Thanksgiving will be here. Are you making handmade projects for Christmas? Drop me a comment and give me some good ideas :)

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill Black, DCWV Red, Mica Yellow:California Paper Goods); Stamps (Gorjuss Girl: Sugar Nellie Stamps); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers); Ribbon (Unknown); Skittles; Adhesives (1/8" Pop Dots, Ribbon Glue, Glue Dots, Glue All)

Monday, November 2, 2009

Friends make everything bearable!

Here's a cute bear from CC Designs. I colored him up with Derwent Inktense watersoluable pencils and blended it with a blender pen. I used a cute saying from Stampin' Up to go with him.

Let us all be thankful for all our friends today. They do make life better don't they? They are the first ones we want to share our good news with and the first ones who console us when something bad happens. HUGS to all of you, especially my Internet friends. Some days I never even get to leave my house, but I still feel rich in friends who support me.

Project Materials: Cardstock (Bazzill); Ribbon (Prima); Stamps (CC Designs Bear; Saying-Stampin' Up); Ink (Memento); Color (Derwent Inktense); Buttons (Grandma's Button Bag); Border Punch (Fiskar's); Adhesive (Glue it All, Ribbon Glue, Glue Dots);

Sunday, November 1, 2009

I won the Sweet Pea DT challenge!

I won the first Sweet Pea challenge. Contest required use of Bright red, yellow and blue in the same card and only use Sweet Pea Stamps. The contest ended today and my card was the winner by website vote.

Thanks so much to everyone who voted for my card. I am going to get a great sheet of Sweet Pea stamps, probably one of their newer sheets when they are released next month. They just put out three new sets of Fantasy art by artist ching-chou kiuk. You can see some of these on my site, as I made card for the release party.

Thanks for your support everyone. Hugs, Holley

Sunday Card

Well, I usually make this morning the time for my Sunday Angel card, but I found this stamp in my drawers and this is the perfect Sunday for using it. I hope it's large enough that you can read the card.

"What is a Christian? It's like being a pumpkin. God picks you from the patch, brings you in and washes all the dirt off you may have gotten from the other pumpkins. Then He cuts the top off and scoops out all the yucky stuff. He removes the seeds of doubt, hate, greed, etc., then He carves you a new smiling face and puts His light inside you to shine for all the world to see!" So, Let your light shine on!

I have posted the new "Vote for Card of the week" Poll. It is in the right hand column. Please take a moment and pick your favorite card from last week!

Project Materials: Stamp (Eureka Stamps; pumpkin-unknown); Cardstock (unknown); Pumpkin cutouts (DCWV); Ink (Memento, Colorbox Chalk);