Big Shot, Birthday, Cards, Cling Stamps

Birthday Cheer

Welcome back to a new week, friends, I hope your weekend was grand!! I am making great strides in my recovery…I can now get dressed on my own, sit on the potty without the booster/riser, walk with a cane and I even got behind the wheel of my car and drove a few blocks to the market. It’s the little things!!!

Ok, let’s get down to business with today’s card share using the Birthday Cheer stamp set found on page 17 of the Occasions Catalog. You can never have too many birthday cards on hand!

Big Shot, Birthday, Cards, Photopolymer

Sweetest Thing

Happy Hump day, we are half way to the weekend! I am still recovering at home and going a little stir crazy (aka cabin fever)!! Each day gets a little bit better with walking and just getting around in general, however, I still cannot sit in a chair for longer than an hour (plus)…yes, I have and paid the price dearly for it lately!

I wanted to share with a card that I made last month (prior to my surgery) and it is so colorful and sure to indulge your sweet tooth! It is from the How Sweet It Is bundle found on pages 14-15 of the Occasions Catalog.

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Incredible Like You

Hello, hello! How was your weekend?! I am seeing my surgeon this afternoon, hopefully I get cleared to drive and start physical therapy. Oh, the things we take for granted! Today I want share this beautiful card was designed by Barbara Allen for our recent demonstrator meeting. I love that she used the flowers to look like floating lotus’. This stamp set can be used separate or with the coordinating project kit, located on page 21 of the Occasions Catalog.

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Your’re So Awesome!

Cheers to Friday, friends! How did your week go? We had a pretty non-eventful one, which was perfectly okay! Let’s get down to business with today’s card. I am so excited to share with you this beautiful card using the Flowering Desert stamp set, located on page 29 of the Occasions Catalog. I love the colors and who would have thought that using the Tea Room Specialty DSP would work so well together!