Thursday, January 6, 2011

For the birds!



Hi blogging friends. Well it is sounding as we may get dumped on with snow over the next couple of days. Wondering if my lil guy will have school tomorrow, love it when he gets to stay home. :D And the daycare kiddo's love him being here too. My eldest son will be doing some winter camping in Ludington state park, I will of course worry about him the whole time he is gone Who wants to sleep in a tent when its a blizzard!! ugh boys! Well he is 22 so I guess no longer a boy, but always my baby boy :D
Today I played with the new Aviary set from stampin up. I wasnt to sure I liked it to well at first but it seems to be growing on me somewhat.
So glad you stopped in thanks for visiting. Hugs n blessings until next time.

8 comments:

bumblebee creations said...

Very cute Renee! I love it--am so excited about some of the new items from SU available soon!

Traci said...

I love the card. I have been thinking about buying this set.
I'm now following you from SC.
Thanks for your nice comments.
LORI/Traci

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laurie said...

Thats a cute set.... I love the embossing on the card too!

Gloria said...

Love what you did with this card...totally sweet.

Thanks for following me via SC...I am now following you too!

Pam~ said...

I love this set! There are so many beautiful cards made with these stamps and yours in definitely one of them! We are supposed to get snow tomorrow night and into Monday. My son is sure hoping we do and he doesn't have school for a couple of days.

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, I love these bird cages, and your card design is just perfect! Renee, you were very nice to stop by and leave a comment on my Favorites post. Thank you!

Christina Dowty said...

I just love birdcages. You did a great job! I am now following you from SC#324http://thecrazystamplady.blogspot.com/

Annie said...

Ack! I LOOOOVE this set! This reminds me that I've neglected it for awhile. It's time it comes out to play again! :)

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