Friday, January 9, 2009

Another Hangover!

We had a lot of fun last night on the Hip Hop that Unity Stamp Company hosts on the Splitcoaststampers site. I hope you got to join us. I love Love LOVE the new releases! Lookie here what I made:

I made this using SEI designer paper, Bazzill cardstock, SU and Ranger inks, SU chicken wire stamp, Unity's Hey Chick stamp set, Prima flowers, Making Memories flower brad, and Darice finishing accents.

I love these cheeky chicks! Well, I love real chickens too. They are such fun to watch. I hope you had a chance to see Angela's blog, and give all the girls some love. They are a swell bunch!

I didn't get anything else made yesterday because we were so busy on hip hop, and then I just HAD to watch the Oklahoma vs. Florida bowl game. It was a great game, but DH beat me in the number of winning picks. Do you watch/play sports? Do you get really competitive or just lay back and enjoy? I love hockey, football, late season baseball, and NASCAR. Weird for a girl, eh? Oh, and we enjoy March Madness basketball.

It's really windy out today, so I will be jogging on the treadmill. It's in the 40s, but a beautiful blue sky. Our snow is finally melting, so I can't take Miss Mollie (our lab) out for a romp. She's quite ready and showing signs of cabin fever. Well, I hope you are all doing well. I think about you and you have a place in my prayers.

Ta for now! ~ky


  1. Super cute! I love the chicken wire background!!!

  2. Gotta love those birds all fancied up. They just beg for bling and glitz, I think.

  3. OMG!!! Can you hear me gasp??? That is incredible, love the chicken wire background!

  4. So cute Ky!! Love those chicks!

  5. love the fun colors on the birdies!

  6. These birds look fabulous with that paisley paper!

  7. So cute!! I love those birds so much. Great job!


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