Sunday, December 26, 2010

A Christmas card

Merry Christmas!  I can't believe it's Christmas again.  Seems like we were just celebrating the new year.   Here is a double slider card I made to hold a gift card.  Can't believe I didn't get a picture of it with the slide out parts out.   Anyway, I used Make the Cut to create a file from Trina Clark's digital angel stamp in her Garden of Love set.  The cut file is here.  She has given me permission to share it.    The bird card idea was scraplifted from Scrapbooks,etc newletter. 

Sunday, July 4, 2010

paper flowers

I bought a paper flower kit from Doodle Bug at the Scrapbooking USA expo in Salt Lake City.  I used DCWV spring glitter paper, also obtained at the expo.  Traced the large and small flowers in the kit and cut them out of the paper to use for the bottom layers and the 2nd layers on the big flowers.  Cut the 2nd layer on the small flowers using a flower from Accent Essentials, I think.  The DCVW glitter paper is hard on blades.  I've heard you should cut it glitter side down, but don't know how well it would stick to the mat.

Tonya's wedding card

This card was totally an accident.  I was trying to come up with a gate fold card,  but couldn't figure out how to weld the cutouts to the card and make them fold on top of each other. I love the DCWV glitter paper and seeing as how Tonya loves all things bling too....

graduation cards

I totally scraplifted this design from somewhere. Designer Julie Cameron.  Made these cards for Kyler and Liz for their graduations from college also some for the card swap.

Thursday, January 1, 2009


Tikaani is such a good girl. Or maybe she's a ham. I havent decided. She seems to like having her picture taken. Meg on the other hand would'nt hold still for a minute to have her's taken.
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Sunday, December 28, 2008

Poor Levi! The first Christmas he'd had off in 5 years and where did we end up? Out at his rig! I had been wanting to see his rig for a while. He decided it was a good day to go. Elaina was at work. Eric wasn't feeling well. Tonya didn't want to go. So Levi and I went for a ride. This is "his" drilling rig. Unless you've been near a rig, there's no way to know how massive they are. The top of the tower stands about 140 feet off the ground. It's amazing to me that they move all that equipment every two weeks.
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