Hi Everyone today I have a post for COF October Challenge Our hostess Sharon asked us to either make a Thanksgiving card or a Thank You card I hope this fits the bill.
Sorry this is such a short post as don't have much power today, Ill be back to send everyone some Big Hugs tomorrow.
Hope everyone is staying safe from the storm .
Today we have a Thank You card for a lady at my church that makes the most amazing things here is a shirt she did for my grandson so I thought this was the perfect thank you card to go with the picture of him wearing it for her.
For this card I used the Beep Beep cricut cartridge and the Plantin SchoolBook cartridge
Welcome to the first Crafters of Faith Blog Hop! We are so blessed to
have you stop by and celebrate the beauty of AUTUMN with us! The Crafters of
Faith blogging group is a joyous blending of christian friends ~ joined together
to fellowship, share our faith, build friendships and craft together! If you are
just visiting and would like to hop with us, welcome! If you hopping along
already, you should have arrived from Jackie's blog over at Kreatewithme2. This month,
our hostess is Carol over at billsfavoritestamper.blogspot.com/She gave us a wonderful Harvest challenge and here is
what she asked us to create: "I love FALL, the colors and the smells! I would
like to propose that we make a card with fall colors, it should include fruits
and vegetables to remind us of the harvest. When my kids were small, I canned
peaches and pears, made pickles and such. So much fun to open those jars in the
dead of winter! I am looking so forward to the fall festival of Sukkoth (Feast
of Tabernacles). To Biblical historians, this is the actual time of Christ's
Birth and many people believe this will also be the season of HIS return.
To celebrate in this glorious season upon us, here is the
card I created for you!
My jar stamp & God Loves you are both from Inkadinkado , spellbinders Lattice Borderabilities Petite to make the lid for my jar ,Assorted Fresh Fruit from spellbinders for my Apples, Spellbinders S-4-265 shapeabilties Cross Collection Die template for my cross, for my border on top I used
spellbinders Big Scalloped Border Petites and my tag is Labels Ten also from spellbinders.My paper is from DCWV and I cut some paper to put in the jar to look like homemade applesause. Yum Yum I remember making this as a kid with my grandmother.
continuing hopping to Sharon over at ScrappingMumto see what Autumn splendor she has
waiting for you! We also have a special little giveaway for one lucky hopper
today and you can find that on Kelly's blogSandcastle Stamper the last stop on the hop!
Thank you for stopping by today! In this glorious season of Fall, and
the wonders of the earth changing to gorgeous colors .... in a time of gratitude
and thanksgiving ... we wish many blessings for you!
What a busy month, moving , unpacking , more unpacking , getting ready for a 1st Birthday party I'm worn out but ready to get back on track with everything .
Today I'm going to post pictures of all the things we made for my grandson's 1st Birthday party we had Sunday it was a race car party full of race cards.
All the important things to make a party stay on Track,
Invites, Food labels, Happy Birthday Banners, Highchair banners & Bean bags
For the invites I used Avery name Badges , checkered ribbion & metal rings from Michales ,Beep Beep cricut cartridge
For the Fuel we used spellbinders circles and Spellbinders Grand Labels Eleven , clip art and duct tape around the bottles .
Spellbinders squares, clip art , duct tape and yummy dounuts
spellbinders squares ,duct tape and clip art
For the bean bag toss we put down a black table cloth some white duct tape and made some bean bags . The road was also leading up the driveway to the back yard for the guest to walk on.
For the banners I used the Pretty pennants Cricut cartridge and the Plantin SchoolBook cartridge for the letters. I used contact paper for the highchair banners and put duct tape on the top of each one ( the duct tape is not on the high chair)
For the banners I used the Pretty pennants Cricut cartridge and the Plantin SchoolBook cartridge for the letters
Hope everyone is having a wonderful week so far and the storms stayed away .
It's going to be a very busy a week here Were moving and the boxes are packed and ready to be loaded ,its been hard having all my craft stuff boxed up and not being able to play for the last week, I have so much to do once I get them to our new place but I'm so excited, since we don' t use a formal dinning room I'm going to turn that into my office so I will have so much more space to work and leave stuff out when I'm working on it so now I've got to come up with some cleaver ideals to keep everything hidden away since there won't be a closet to put it all in but my brain is thinking of so many things to do , my Dh is having a heart attack at the ideal of me painting our china cabnet so I may have to work around that for now but I'm thinking it could be some great storage.
Hope you all have a Happy Weekend and the next time I see you I'll be in our new home !
I didn't get any crafting done this weekend but had so much fun with our grandson at the zoo on Sunday 6 hours of walking half way though it he started to get into it took 246 pictures while we were there , I guess when your daughter is a photographer there is going to be lots of pictures now to go though them and make those scrapbook pages.
Ok so now to show you the card I posted last week but this time you get to see what our new grandchild is going to be, drum roll..... It's A
Hope you all have a wonderful day and I'll be back later this week .
As some of you know my daughter is having another baby and were so excited to have him or her join their big brother so to let everyone know what she is having we made a special card.
I used spellbinders banner die, spellbinders circles and Cricut create a critter for this cute giraffe.
We made a mixture of silver paint and dish soap ( at the bottom of this post) we typed the gender on paper then cut out and painted with the paint and sent a penny to everyone to scratch off and reveal the gender.
What do you think little girl pink or little boy blue?
Prepare your mixture. Two parts paint for every one part dish soap. Mix it up good, but try not to stir too aggressively - you don't want too many little bubbles. Use thin, even layers. Don't worry if you can still see through it after the first coat, it will most likely take two or three coats to get it all covered.
Be sure to check back this week to see what are new family member will be!