Thursday, May 18, 2017

Post Office machines ate my card, LOL

Evening crafty friends.  I went out tp grab the mail earlier today to find a plastic bag from the local Post Office  telling me they were sorry but my mail had been damaged by their machine.... And of course it was one of my cards I was pretty proud of.   So I had to quickly create another birthday card for my friend.  Below is the damaged one from the P.O and then the new one I am getting out in tomorrow's mail and you bet it is going in a padded mailer!  I used the Art Impression water color stamps again and did some water coloring.   I am very happy with the new card to, almost like it as much as the last one.  Oh well at least I made a card today right, LOL.....  have a wonderful evening all.  


Until Next time
Tootles

Monday, May 15, 2017

Couple quick Cards

Hi Peeps, Made a few quick cards this afternoon as time was a factor and I got these all done in less than 1 hour... Works for me, LOL.   The TY card is for a Dog Walking client who is moving a way, the Bow Shaker is for  friend and the Yellow Shaker is a graduation card.  The shakers where made from a Kit by Anna Griffin that my Mom has and I asked if I could take a few pieces and of course she said Yes...I have a wonderful Mom....  Now for the cards.....




Until Next Time
Tootles

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Mother's Day 2017

Happy Mother's Day to all the Creative Mom's!  Hope you have a fabulous day!   Here's me and my awesome Mom.  Love you more Ma.......

Until Next Time
Tootles

Thursday, May 11, 2017

My Ma's Mother Day Card

Hello everyone.  Found myself with some time to get my Ma's Mother's Day Card done.  Not my best coloring but I still like it.   Used an Embossing Folder that came with some card magazine....all in all I think it came out nice.  And Mom will love it.  The tulip image is a digital stamp from Power Poppy, I love their images...And now the card. Oh and it is a bit hard to see but I added some glitter pen glitter to the flowers as Mom loves everything glittery, LOL......

Until Next Time,
Tootles