If at first …

Alright, so for those of you who have actually been reading my blog for the past month, you know that I’ve been trying to get a spot on a design team.  You also know that I didn’t get a spot because I’m an idiot and I failed to read the posting correctly.  Went and missed the deadline!  Real jackass, right here .. but oh well, thus is life.  And I have moved on! Continue reading

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Try It Out Tuesday!

I cannot, and will not, guarantee this will be an every Tuesday thing.  I’m still trying to get the hang of blogging about my cards and I really only have so much ‘new stuff’ to work with right now.  But whenever I get something new or feel the creative juices flowing when I find something in my stash I haven’t yet used, you can expect to find something here for ‘Try It Out Tuesday.’  Heck, it may not even always be a card!  I do like doing other things, y’know… Continue reading

Just Roll With It.

Sometimes when you’re crafting, you get a specific idea in mind and it doesn’t always go the way you want it to or think it will.  I’m almost positive that happens to everybody.  And not just when it comes to crafting!  There are just times when, no matter how hard you try, it doesn’t necessarily pan out and you just need to learn to either accept it and move on or .. roll with it!  For me?  I like to roll with it. Continue reading

My creative side.

When I first started making cards, my favorite way to do them was to hand draw everything.  I didn’t own a whole lot of stamps aside from the few that I’d been given by my Uncle after my Aunt passed away.  You see, she liked making cards and had a pretty good collection of holiday stamps but they were all very religious.  I guess I should thank her for the passion it inspired in me to really start creating more and more cards.  But anyway, I figured I’d share a few of those old cards.  The photo’s are pretty crappy as they’re old, from a phone that had a lousy camera, and I’ve transferred a few from the very first year I had a Facebook.  Enjoy!  Continue reading