Monthly Archives: June 2011

I love **hate** my ATG gun!

There was a little girl Who had a little curl Right in the middle of her forehead When she was good, she was very, very good But when she was bad, she was horrid! This nursery rhyme describes my ATG … Continue reading

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Prom pages

This is the time of year to post prom pages, right?  Only this prom was ten years ago!  My son’s date had been hit by a car and was healing in a wheelchair at the time of the prom.  Mike … Continue reading

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Making cards

As I was surfing through all my blogs, I noticed that lots of crafters just use a stamped image on their cards.  I’m not that good with stamps (although I really enjoy coloring!) but I do have a TON of … Continue reading

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Helicopter waterfall card

My son is training to become a helicopter pilot for the Marines.  His winging ceremony is next Friday, and soon before that, he’ll find out which helicopter he’ll be specializing in.  There are four possibilities, so I downloaded photos of … Continue reading

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One more mini

You may recognize the center of these flowers as the circular coasters from my Christmas mini albums. It was covered with Christmas paper, but I covered that with pink card stock.  I used a marker to ink the edges of … Continue reading

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Not much to show

but here’s what I’ve been working on: You know all those pre-school drawings, kindergarten work and artwork, hand-made cards, report cards, certificates of achievement, SAT scores, etc., etc., etc. that you save for your kids?  I had just stuck all … Continue reading

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Still working on those 39 cent coasters!

This is a tendency I have: I want to make the most of everything!  I make a long list of what I want to accomplish on my weekends.  If I found a $20 in a coat pocket, I think of … Continue reading

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