Friday, May 22, 2015

A Ladies' Diary Pocket Card and MM Wood Pens


This Graphic 45 collection will be out on my desk for awhile. I'm having so much fun creating with these papers and chipboard.


I only cut with one die today... Prima's pineapple doily. The flowers are from I Am Roses, the twine is May Arts ivory burlap string, green Spanish moss, a Prima clock and a black paper doily from my stash. 





 The Penmaker is busy creating Minerva Monster pens for the MM Festival in June in Minerva, Ohio. It's so exciting that the town is having a special day planned around the showing of our son's documentary. The response to the movie has been overwhelming, and there may be some even bigger announcements to make later. A huge thank you to all of you who have shown interest. We are so grateful for your kindness!




Thank you for stopping by!
Linda

12 comments:

Audrey Pettit said...

What a gorgeous pocket card, Linda! You are SUCH a master at layering and creating the most fabulous assemblages! LOVE all the detail! I just stare and stare! And I am SO excited for your son for all the excitement over his movie. That is so cool! And those pens are fantastic!

Davi said...

Beautiful card Linda, and awesome pens! So exciting for your son and you all :)

Ros Crawford said...

I'm in awe of what you two can make ... Such beauty!

lauren bergold said...

ok, see, you can't put such a gorgeous card in the same post as awesome minerva monster pens b/c then a person doesn't know what to LOVE FIRST!!! so much talent in one family... single-handedly driving up the national average! :) :) :)

Linda said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

This is absolutely stunning, Linda!!

Lisa said...

Absolutely stunning, Linda!! The details you add to cards are always perfect!! I love the papers and flowers!! And wow, the pens are amazing!! Congratulations to your son!! How exciting!! Have a great weekend :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Samra Leshinski said...

Stunning card Linda!!! Such a great choice of papers and embellishments!! The pens are looking great!!! I saw the trailer for your son's movie, great work :)

Pamellia Johnson said...

A huge congrats to your son, you must be so proud of him! Gorgeous card today, I love the light blue flowers against the rich background papers! You always add the most amazing little details! Wonderful pens too! hugs :)

Alie Hoogenboezem-de Vries said...

Such a talented and creative family Linda! Gorgeous pics from both your artwork.
greetings, Alie :-)

Tracy said...

More stunning work from you both. Sounds like some wonderful things are going to be happening for your son in the future. Hugs!

June Houck said...

Oooh, that green Spanish moss adds so much...cool embellie. Such a pretty Victorian style project. You rock G45. That wonderful Penmaker has been busy!

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