Pixie Dust Paperie is having another of their awesome giveaways. This gorgeous October Kit
could be yours for just becoming a follower and for giving them a shout out. Now really... the Pixies post such beautiful projects you're probably following them everyday like I do anyway. So let's all just inform everyone else what a great place to visit and shop.
I made this card for my future daughter-in-law's shower. Used the cardstock and lacy die-cut
Kirsty at Pixie Dust Paperie has come up with this great sketch for the February Challenge.
The winner will receive a $20 gift certificate to The Pixie Shop. Now I don't know about you, but I would love to have that prize!!!! Have you seen the gorgeous kits they have? ... all coordinated to make fabulous cards and layouts, chosen by those lovely Pixies.
I wanted a picture of my dear Hubby in his penmakers attire to hang above my desk,
so this was a great way to do a layout for the challenge and fulfill my wish at the same time.
This will be placed in a 12" x 12" frame as soon as I can find one at a bargain price.
I chose the music DP because my Penmaker is also a collector of hymn books and
biographies of hymn writers.
The Challenge ends March 5th so hurry and create your project based on Kirsty's sketch.
Created this thank you card for my future daughter-in-law. She gave my hubby and me an amazing bouquet of red flowers for Valentines Day. I used brown cardstock, Fancy Pants Dilly Dally DP, My Minds Eye Lost & Found Party DP and cut apart American Crafts Delightful Robin Lace Paper. Added a Maya Road Velvet Pleats Trinket Blossom.
"It's a beautiful day... the sun is shinning... why not take the hour and fifty minute drive to Pittsburgh and shop at Ikea?" said she.
"After all there are always sales going on there" she added.
"If we can go to this woodworking store afterward I've been wanting to see" he replied.
"We need new cushions... a couple lamps... a vase or two... some more candles... and you said we could get that white chair for the family room the next time we came... right?" she eagerly told him.
"Yes dear... as long as I can go to the woodwork store" he consented.
"Let's pay for this and get it in the car... you measured it right, didn't you?" he asked.
Well... I needed one more picture here, but was so busy trying to get the dog-gone chair into the car I didn't have time. Guess I didn't measure right... thank the Lord for bungee cords. Had to ride back at a much slower pace with the trunk open. And my darling hubby wouldn't take the extra time to find the woodworking store and never said a word of complaint. He is such a gem, ladies. I hope you are all as blessed as I am. I really owe him.