Thursday, March 3, 2011

More is More!

First let me say that I lost one of my most favorite cousins to cancer this morning. She was a very strong lady, and I am so sad to know she's gone. I appreciate your thoughts and prayers for my family's safe travel to western Texas for the funeral. Thank you!

Many of you know that I make cards for soldiers. We have a blog hop coming up to celebrate and highlight this cause, so I'd love it if you could come back to visit on Saturday March 5th to enjoy that. I will have links to the beginning of the hop to make it easy for you to start at the beginning. Here are some of the new things I've been making:

I love Gina K's stamp sets (Spring Mix, here). They coordinate with other products so well - like these Cuttlebug embossing folders, and the Spellbinder's nestabilities dies. Basic Grey papers work beautifully with Gina K Design's Pure Luxury cardstock, which is so yummy to use with either Prismacolor pencils or Copic markers. I just love how quickly they come together, too.

Thanks, once again, for stopping by my blog. Be sure to visit again on Saturday, because I will have a challenge with a prize for you! I hope happiness is in your path today.



  1. So sorry for your loss Ky :( Big hugs and positive thoughts and energy to you and your family.
    I LOVE that you make cards for soldiers! I have a bunch of friends overseas right now and coming back into spring/summer I worry because the 'activity' usually picks up in the warmer months. All I can do is hold my breath until they're safe and sound back home with their families, where they belong!

  2. I'm sincerly sorry for your loss.
    The cards are beautiful and I'm sure they will be much appreciated. That mailbox stamp is adorable!!

  3. Thse are fab Ky, love the mix of dp and embossing - so effective
    love tasha xx


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Welcome to the Bunny Nest! I host rescued animals in a small in-home setting. Currently, I host 3 bunnies and 2 kitties. These animals will be socialized and housed for the entirety of their lives in my home. They inspire my crafts, and I use any proceeds to pay for their needs. Thanks for visiting!