Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Sunday, March 22, 2009
My heart is very heavy today. I wish I did not have to make this card. Friday, we have learned that a beloved father and dear husband of a friend of mine has passed away under tragic circumstances. He was attending to a call as a volunteer fireman when tragedy struck and he fell of the ladder. He passed away this past Friday.
His name is Marquis Pomerleau and was the father of four beautiful young girls ranging in age from 5-13. Please hug your kids a little harder today and tell those closest to you that you love them...
You can also post a message here which I am sure would be greatly appreciated.
Monday, March 9, 2009
Here is a cute little box that I made but I cannot seem to remember where I got the pattern. I think it may be on Splitcoast. It was one you can simply print on CS and cut out and voila! Super easy.
For the stamps, I used a set which was from the Sale-a-Bration from last year (I think). Having way to many menopause moments lately...
Saturday, March 7, 2009
With the not so great weather we had for Spring Break, we only managed one afternoon of skating. Conditions were horrid for X-Country skiing unfortunately, but I put together this little package to put a little brightness in my day. I found the tutorial for the gable box on Splitcoast and the card is for SC218.
Hope you like it.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Well it's been sooooo cold here just outside Montreal, Qc that for the start of Spring Break, my daughter and I were just content to barracade ourselves in the house and just have quiet times together.
So just to add a little warmth to these cold days, I put together
Becky's Tote-ally Awesome Tote Tutorial that you can find here
This was just a blast to put together. I altered it slightly obviously, using different DP, stamp set, etc. But if you really want to treat yourselves to a fun and super easy to follow step by step instructions, absolutely fool-proof - Becky is my new BFF. She puts together these GREAT tutorials at the most unbelievable prices. Can you believe this tutorial was only $3.95 (USD)!!!!!!
Thanks Becky - appreciate your hard work.