Thursday, September 8, 2011

Another daily list and a birthday card

Hello.... I'm moving at a turtle's pace with this project, but I am moving.... Lol. It's Day 7 right now in my 30 Days of Lists and I've just completed my Day 3 illustration. I'm going to look for a way to rein myself in a little from now on.... wish me luck. I love that this Smashbook has enough pages that I can do a two page spread for each day. When you want to add pix, you need the extra room.

Then I used the latest My Favorite Things sketch to create an easel birthday card for my brother-in-law. Since I wanted it to be entered in their weekly challenge I had to go with an image that normally I might not have for a male card but, if I'm the woman carrying the cake, it's alright, isn't it? *smile* Plus, I love this set (which is called "Who's That Birthday Girl" because it comes with individual number candle stamps... so easy to customize with.) I just got my box from Pink Paislee's warehouse sale and in it was that cute little metal heart badge that you see on my card. (The adorable paper is from Stampin' Up's latest set called Big Top.)

And, oh yes, I need to announce the random winner from all the lovely fall comments in the Labor Day Blog Hop. Drum roll? ........................ The winner is Donna Phelan! Donna, please send me your snail mail address via email (which can be found in my profile) and I'll get some surprise goodies out to you! Congrats!

Tomorrow is the Unity Friends with Flair blog hop so c'mon back for that. *smile*

Cindy (aka Scrapcollectr)


NoraAnne said...

I'm loving your list pages Cindy! I've been doing it, but only in a boring list format. I came home from vacation to a whirlwind of STUFF to do! LOL! and I can't seem to get caught up. I finally made 2 cards last night, so I'm finally getting back into the crafty swing of things :)
Thanks for all the eye candy you have to share!!!!

SusanLotus said...

Very lovely birthdaycard! And fun!
Have a nice week!

Erin (Homemade Cards by Erin) said...

Love the birthday card, what fun to use that paper for the skirt!