Monday, October 17, 2011

Clean & Simple Teapot Tuesday

The CAS challenge this week on SCS140 is a theme - Cupcakes!  It just so happens that the Teapot Tuesday challenge MMTPT168 this week is also - Cupcakes! so I waited to combine them both to send to  Elsie in Aurora, Colorado.  Elsie's birthday is Oct. 31.  She's the mom of the co-pilot of the helicopter that was shot down with all the Navy Seals aboard a few weeks ago.   We're hoping to try to bring her some birthday cheer so no Halloween or sad cards...just cupcakes...lots and lots of cupcakes!




I'm running on 2 hours of sleep so keeping this short and simple because very soon I will cease to make any sense at all.  Here's the inspiration teapot Cindy chose.  I decided to go with the pattern and pretty colors.


Look what I caught...after I took the photo!


That pearl is definitely not supposed to be there...guess it's tired too.


Supplies:
Cardstock - SU, Girls Paperie
Ink- Memento, Copics
Stamps - There She Goes Cupcakes
Other - stick on pearls, paper doilie, stickles, MA ribbon

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It's a Triple - May Arts, Petaloo and Core'dinations Giveaway

We're doing it again!  May Arts is teaming up with Petaloo and Core'dinations and you KNOW what that means...it's projects galore and prizes, too!!

Here's a tiny bit of my tutorial project for you...



Head on over to my post to see what's on the tree, leave a comment,  then pop back in here and tell me what you saw.  I've got lots of Petaloo flowers and some Core'dinations A2 cardstock for one or maybe even two lucky people.  Leave a comment on the May Arts site to win a bunch of fun products from the Big Three!



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Clean & Simple Monday

Today is my DH's birthday.  We have grown old together and I have to say, the second half is so much better than the first was.  We celebrated yesterday, just the two of us and it was good.  I never, however, give him his card until his actual birthday so here is what he got this morning when he got up to make the coffee...yes, he does that!



I wanted something simple but not fishing or BBQ like I usually do and then I spied a old deck of cards that we got at Churchill Downs years ago.   They give the cards they use for gambling away (no we didn't do that!) but first they put a hole clear through the entire pack of cards...box and all.  I have no idea why.  Now you know where the idea for the banner die across the front came from.  He had a hole clean through his middle!

He left me a sweet note saying he loves this card the mostest of any...maybe 'cause I wrote mushy stuff inside, you think?

Supplies:
Cardstock - PTI
Stamps - PTI Enjoy the Ride
Ink - Tsukineko Versafine
Other - playing card, PTI banner die, computer generated sentiment, stick on bling
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