October 20, 2012

HIMCR Challenge #68 - Technique: Use Die Cuts


Welcome to our weekly challenge!!  The challenge this week over at Hiding In My Craftroom is
" #68 - Technique: Use Die Cuts, show us your projects using diecuts!
As you all know my health is not at it's best right now but I have put together a little something that I had already made... silly me I was looking at the wrong challenge month and did distressing and inking for this post but to make up I threw in the pumkins in the background that Michael and I made together.
The diecut used was a tag from "Birthday Bash" ...I used Cricut Expression to cut them out.
The matchbox halloween treats were inspired by Jaded Blossom, when my stamps arrived, a matchbox treat was added.. (so sweet!)
I am doing 25 of these treats for each child in Michael's class, (hopefully soon!)
Mmmmmm, candy corn, I love them!
(I used my placemats as a background, hehe!)
I opened one so you can see the treat!
The circle bat stamp came from Jaded blossoms, they are called Halloween Kisses and I can't wait to use them on my Hersey's kisses!!!

Have fun and drop on over and link up your projects, we would love to see them!

October 16, 2012

Very Exciting News!!!!

Hello my friends!

I am just dropping in with some really exciting news... I have completed 46 pages of my new website and bought the domain, all I have left to do is add a Zen Cart which I have no clue about... I worked soooo hard at this but loved it at the same time.
 It will be up and running in 2 days!!!!!! 
Yeah I am on a deadline here, sick or not... I am battling Kidney infection, Kidney stones and a flare up (Fibromyalsia) but I am being taken care of by the doctors and seriously I am too excited to mind it too much (mind over matter???),
Things will get back to normal when it is published and I can visit all of you...gosh I miss you!!!! 
Have a fantastic evening!  (can you tell I am excited?)

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