Wow, its been a while since I posted. I have to admit, I’ve had lots of intention, even taking pictures of cards I’ve made but yet I never had a chance to post. Well, today is the day to actually get pictures off my camera and up online!
Today’s card is one I made a week ago when I went to visit my grandparents down in Arizona. I wanted to take Nicholas to meet his great grandparents so we hopped on a plane and flew for a weeklong visit. I knew my mom would be visiting at the same time, so I decided I ought to take some stamping supplies with me for some late night stamping sessions. I didn’t have a lot of room, so I took a little bit of patteren paper, a couple pieces of cardstock, a circle punch, some buttons, ribbon scraps, 5 markers, 1 ink pad, and 2 stamp sets (Fox and Friends and Teeny Tiny Wishes). Basically what I could jam in a large SU stamp box plus the stamp sets.
I made this for a friend of mine who moved across the country and I wanted to send her a card to say hello. I LOVE this glitter DSP from the Occasions Mini catalog and when I think of monkeys I think of her, so this was my attempt to combine the two in a fun yet simple card. It was quick and easy and hopefully she will get a kick out of it.
Stamps – Fox and Friends, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink – Chocolate Chip Classic
Paper – Sending Love Specialty Paper, Very Vanilla CS, Chocolate Chip CS, Kraft CS
Accessories – Circle punches, Stampin’ Dimensionals
One last bit of fun. While I was in Arizona, I realized that the Creating Keepsakes crafting convention was in town, so since my mom and grandma like to craft as well, we decided to have an early Mother’s Day treat and all went to the convention for some classes and shopping. Since I was going all day, that meant Nicholas went with us. He was so good all day and all the ladies there loved seeing him in the classes. So, at age 3 months, he’s now been to his first crafting convention! Got to get him started early. Plus, he needs to train for when he goes with me to the Stampin’ Up! Convention in July! Here is a picture from our day out – 4 generations of crafters.