Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Lovely Lolly Jars

Hello, stampers! Here is a picture of Estelle. Isn't she a cutie? I love the smile! I just want to thank Annette for allowing me to post this picture of her daughter.

A few months back I made some stationary for Annette. She took some pictures of the stuff I made for her. Here is a table of all the lovely lolly jars with the labels I made. I made the labels using the Apothecary Labels Framelits Die. Those jars of lolly looks so yummy.

Look at the yummy bomboniere in a little jar. The bomboniere has Estelle's name on it. How cool is that! This jar is smaller than the ones on the lolly buffet table and they were for the guests to take home.

Close up of one of the lolly jars on the lolly buffet table. Just beautiful!

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Thursday, 25 October 2012

Mary and Jospeh Christmas Card

Happy Thursday everyone! Here is another Christmas card. I tried to make it in the olden days colour but I don't think I'm successful in doing so. I love the stamp of Mary and Joseph. Such cute little stamp. I added a jewel to the big star to make it sparkle.

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Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Peaceful Wishes Card

Good day everyone! I made this card using some of my favourite stamp sets. I love all of my Christmas stamps and use them a lot. Now I'm not sure where to store them all. sigh!

I used the Delight Decorations, Peaceful Wishes and Ornament Keepsake stamp sets to make this card. I added jewels to the bigger ornament to give nice touch to the card.

Thank you for stopping by! Have a nice day!

"Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men."
Luke 2:14


Friday, 19 October 2012

Sneak Peek: 12 Days of Christmas Projects

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Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Birthday Treat Box

Good day! I made this treat holder for a friend's birthday. I filled the bag with chocolate covered cookies and placed it in the treat holder. I used the box from the tutorial here. I just change the front of the box to birthday wishes instead of Christmas.

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Sunday, 14 October 2012

NSR: Video Of Jarod Playing The Piano

I want to share a video of Jarod playing the piano. He played this song at church during offertory. I'm so proud of him. He love this musician's arrangements and it really inspired him to practice a lot. I don't have to ask him to practice at all.

Jarod played "Our Great Saviour" by Cary Schmidt

Saturday, 13 October 2012

Baptism Ensemble

Hello, stampers! Happy Saturday! Today I'm showing this Baptism ensemble I made a few months back for a lady live in Australia. It was a custom order and it was an experience to communicate through emails. I made invitations, menu display cards, lollies tags for the jars and name tags. I used the Apothecary stamp set and the Framelits Label Collections to make this ensemble. This is such a pretty set.

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Thursday, 11 October 2012

Retirement Cards

Hello, stampers! I'm so glad it is Friday. I'm so tired this week. I helped out at church 3 days this week watching the older kids while they do school work. I makesure they are behaving. Went to a school field trip with the elementary students to a pumpkin patch. They all enjoyed it very much and was so happy they got to pick a pumpkin all of their own. So easy to please little ones.

Today I'm showing you 2 retirement cards. The above one was the original one I made. So I got all my card stock out and cut the pieces for the card. Well, when I went to assemble the card it didn't not turn out the way was suppose to be.

I ended up making this one instead. I unconsciously embossed the Chocolate Chip card stock and ended up  changing the card.

I still like the first one better but had to do with the mistake I made.

Thank you for stopping by! Have a wonderful weekend.


Monday, 8 October 2012

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian readers! Hope you are having a wonderful thanksgiving dinner with your family. Yummy turkey, mash potatoes, corn, sweet potatoes with marshmallow on the top...mmmm. Writing this is making me hungry. It wont be until 6 more hours before we get to eat our turkey dinner.

What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? I'm thankful for a Saviour who died on the cross for my sin, my immediate family- a husband who cooks and works hard to provide for our family and not perfect but obedient kids, my extended family, friends, my blogger readers and many more. I can write a long list of things to be thankful for but I'll stop here. There are much to be thankful for.

Last week was crazy busy. I finally finished altering 11 skirts and dresses for a lady, finished the cards my sister requested a few months back and I go to school now. Ha, not the schooling you are thinking about. I don't homeschool my kids anymore but I help out at the Christian School they are attending about 2-3 days a week. No, I'm not a teacher either and glad I'm not. So lesser time for me to stamp these days. I do admire those who work everyday and still able to stamp and blog.

Thank you for stopping by today! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

"O give thanks unto the Lord; for he is good: because his mercy endureth for ever."
Psalm 118:1