Thursday, November 13, 2008


Good morning friends!! Well today we woke up with the temps in the 50's!! I guess its the last break we get until spring, for this weekend we are supposed to have snow showers Friday, Saturday and Sunday. My hubby of course is loving this for hunting, me on the other hand could really do without any snow, I sure live in the wrong place for that. This year is even worse for I have two pretty new drivers my daughter, this will be her first year driving in the snow my son his second year but we all know that sometimes it can be challenging for even the most experienced drivers.
I thought I would post early today, for I am off to Calebs my 6 year olds school this afternoon to work their book fair and when I get back I would like to sqeeze some stampin time in. ( yeah we'll see) :)
Today I am going to share two projects made from the Stampin Up! set Inspired by nature. I love, love, love this set!! Of course I am not happy with either picture the cards actually look better in person but this is the best I am able to get today. With the first card I used SU!s card stock summer sun, chocolate chip, and whisper white. Then I sponged the background with with summer sun, really rust and ruby red for the sunset background. The grass is stamped with old olive and atop of that the flowers in chocolate chip. Really love how this card turns out! and the sponging is a lot of fun.
The second card I used SU! s card stock certainly celery the flowers were stamped in chocolate chip Can you tell I really love that color. :) on top of pretty in pink. I put vellum paper on top with grass stamped in certainly celery. I used the wide oveal from SU! and stamped thinking of you once again in chocolate chip.

Well I hope you enjoy the cards today, Thanks for stopping by and please let me know you were here by leaving your comments. A big Hug sent out to KYLIE for being my first follower!!! Happy stamping and Gods blessings!!

1 comment:

Joani said...

Hi Renee!
You left a message on my blog and I'd love to get back to you.
Please e-mail me @ so I can explain in more detail about TAC Ü


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