Today is a beautiful day here in California. It is getting close to butterfly season. Every year we have thousands of butterflies flying around our house and in the valley. It is sometimes hard to drive because you don’t want to hit them as they are flying across the roads.
The Bleeding Heart Sprite from Aurora Wings I thought would be perfect for this little Valentine’s card that I wanted to make. The new challenge over at Aurora Wings Challenge Blog is “Anything Goes” for Challenge #63. So with needing a Valentine’s day card for someone special and the challenge.. they both went together perfectly!
I don’t know about all of you out there but I love an Anything Goes Challenge! I love other challenges to don’t get me wrong, but with Continue Reading…
Happy Sunday! It is beautiful and sunny outside today. Although yesterday we had a very rare rainy day. Thought I would never say this, but it needed it. <GASP> yes, I said it… we needed a rainy day. It is easier to make cards on rainy, cloudy days for me because I don’t feel like being outside. So it makes a perfect day for card making.
Today is also Sweet Rubbernecker Sunday #79 . I am still in disbelief that is already half way through December and Christmas is right around the corner. One of the things we try to teach our children every year is Continue Reading…
It is another wonderful Monday here in Southern California. I have not shared that much over the last year with my arm injury. So I cannot tell you how blessed I feel be to able to do the simple things. Those simple things also include making cards with the cute little sprites from Aurora Wings.
No one likes Mondays, but I can say I love the first Monday of every month! Why? Because that is when I get to tell you about a new Aurora Wings Challenge. This month I think the theme of the challenge is perfect! It will be so easy for everyone to join in because I know that everyone has started to make their little Christmas goodies for friends and family. The theme of the challenge is Anything But a Card. See I told you that it would be perfect.