Friday, March 30, 2012

A Card for Quincy -CPS158

My little friend (she's almost 2), Quincy, took a tumble off a slide and has a possible broken arm.  They won't know for sure until the swelling goes down.  Poor baby!  I thought a personalized card of her very own was in order.

I used Card Patterns Sketch 158

and this sweet image from Pure Innocence.  I computer generated Quincy's name.  Hope it brightens her day a bit.

Paper - Neenah; PTI; Crate Paper Emma's Shop
Ink - Memento; Copics
Other - May Arts Twisted Rope; sewing machine, paper doily, buttons, Spellbinders wavy rectangle
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Foodie Friday Homemade Vanilla

Don't forget you've got until Midnight tonight (Friday) to comment for the Rubbernecker Stamps Stampin Sisterhood Mother's Day Blog Hop.  Sunday is the Stampin' Sisterhood Challenge Sunday and that means more chances to win great Rubbernecker Stamps
I've been busy working on DT projects so hope you'll be patient with me.  We aren't eating sugar or anything special until Easter so no yummy food but I do have a recipe for you. 

I have made my own vanilla for a few years now.  It tastes wonderful, is more economical and (I know what's in it!).

Here's a printable recipe for you....Homemade Vanilla.

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