Tuesday, March 27, 2012

S&S Sketch #114

When I saw this week's Stars & Stamps sketch challenge, I thought "gate-fold." But I've never done a gate-fold card! So I gave it a whirl.

Paper from MME "Lost & Found, Union Square"

Friday, March 23, 2012

S&S Sketch #113

My interpretation

I've had the rub-ons for so many years I've forgotten when I bought them.

No clue who the patterned paper is by.
I bought it for a project 5 yrs ago and this was all that's left.

The ribbon is from the inside of a sweater to keep it on the hanger. 
It was annoying me and when I cut it out, I envisioned it's real purpose!

Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend!

Monday, March 19, 2012

Driving Miss Daisy

Since her very first car ride, this is how Miss Daisy travels

In this photo, she's 2 hours into a trip from the Gorilla back to Harrisburg.
She's 11 weeks old (plus a day) and so far, she's turning out to be a great dog!

(PS: I was at a stoplight when I snapped this photo)

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Need a Barber?

Then head to Main Street, Pulaski, VA. It's not often you see a genuine Barber Shop with not a single Great Clips or Super Cuts anywhere to be found!

While visiting with me at the Gorilla, my dad said he needed a haircut and wanted to find a real barber shop. This was perfect! I asked my Dad what he thought of the place, he said, "It's an Ok Barber Shop!"

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Good Ol' PAAS

Brings back childhood memories! However, back in the day, no self-respecting Easter egg would have a TAT!  They were called Stickers! 

Monday, March 12, 2012

It's a Heart

Do you ever use your imagination to find images or objects in the clouds on a cloudy day? I use to love to as a kid and occasionally still do now.

On this practically cloudless morning, no imagination was needed to see what form this group of clouds looked like.

Have a blessed day!

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Communion Sunday

The table was set and we partook. 

A trip to Salisbury's historic downtown

On Friday, March 2, a couple of girlfriends, my sister and I visited Salisbury, NC. The purpose for the trip to was to shop at a fairly new scrapbook / craft store called "Peanut Doodles." What an adorable store! I purchased a couple of stamps, inks and dies. I'm sure I didn't see all the store had to offer, so there will definitely be another trip in future.

Heading home, we passed the Salisbury Post and this caught my eye:

One of the stamps I purchased was a set Hero Arts designed for Operation Write Home:

I think the first clock I stamp should indicate the time that was on
top of the Salisbury Post!

To my friend, Dixie, this is how you determine what time to
make the stamp without stressing!