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Monday, March 23, 2015

Happy Days Card Class - Sneak Peak #5

Here's the last card that we will create on Saturday.  It's cute, fun and happy!!!

I have updated the supplies list and it can be found here.  Hope you will join me!

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Happy Days Class - Sneak Peak #4

Happy Sunday! I hope you are enjoying our day, however, weekend is almost over {boo hoo!}

Class is scheduled for Saturday, March 28 at 1:30 p.m., A Place in Time. Cost is $23.00. Please bring the following supplies. I may update this list, so please check back:

Paper trimmer with a (new) sharp blade
adhesive of your choice
glue stick
scoring pal (card size is fine)
dimensional tape or foam tape
stamping block about the size 3" x 2" (please label with your name)
black ink pad
dark walnut stain ink pad
embossing tool (hockey stick type is fine)
embossing pad (mouse pad also works)
tweezers (optional)

To sign up, email me or call Bill.  Thank you for stopping by!

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Happy Days Class - Sneak Peak #3

Late night posting as I finished up the Sneak Peaks for Class next week. Instead of crafting, I played some games with the boys. It was fun but I'm tired.

This cute floral card is the next sneak peak. Thank you for visiting and come back again1

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Happy Days Class - Sneak Peak #2

I love this card!

Here is card number two!

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Happy Days Class

New class scheduled for March 28. It's called "Happy Days".  In this class we will make a couple of cards that just make you want to smile!
Here is the first sneak peak: Wishing you . . .
. . . and in the inside of the card.

Classes are usually held the last Saturday of the month. This one is scheduled for March 28 from 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at A Place in Time, Kailua. Cost:  $23.00  To register for class, you can either email me (click on my picture above and to the left) or call Bill at A Place in Time.

I'll post supply list later.   Please check back for more sneak peaks!

Thank you for visiting!

Monday, March 9, 2015

Proud of myself!

Today I am so proud of myself! Wanna know why?
For many years my jade choker necklace has been broken. One or two strings have been worn away and broke. After all, this necklace is at least 30 years old! I had to string it once before (that is, I just tied a knot at one end, strung the beads and tied a knot on the other end and considered it done.

It broke again probably 5 years ago. I bought the string to restrung it but there it just sat. At one time I considered hiring someone to string it but hey, I wasn't about to dish $20 (minimum) when I can use that money for something else.

Today I was determined. Watched a couple of Utubes on beading with string and a couple of hours later . . .

Viola! All strung up and ready to wear again! I'm so excited! I haven't worn this choker necklace in A-G-E-S!!

By the way, did you know that silk string comes with its own needle and the thread does not come off its needle??? Amazing!! Beading has come a l-o-n-g way!!

Friday, March 6, 2015

Scrap Lift

A butterfly scrap lift of a great birthday card I received from Karen. If I find a picture of Karen's card, I'll post it. Love that I used up some scraps on my table in different ways!  Scraps were cut in a rectangular shape.  I used a square punch to cut one end to create the banner look.  The red card stock was run through a paper crimper.  I added yellow mesh tape to the yellow cardstock.  I ran the blue cardstock through a border punch.  Butterflies by Martha Stewart and Quickutz.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Botanical Blossoms meets Side by Side Sentiments

Botanical Blossoms (Stampin up) meets Side by Side Sentiments (Papertrey Ink) in this watercolored thank you card.  I even dug in my stash to pull out the yellow mesh tape.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Little magnets

The project for today are magnets. A co-worker bought a couple of magnetic dry eraser boards for us gals "just because". I decided to pay it forward.

I had a couple of these "Dress it Up" buttons from Christmas. I hot glued them onto some magnets I had in my stash, placed them in those little round containers and gave them out to the gals.

Easy peasy project "just because".