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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Followers Galore!

If you are looking for the Cricky Across the 50 Blog Hop, CLICK HERE.

Wow, whodda thunk that just by participating in a blog hop, I'd wind up with so many wonderful people that follow me? That is so exciting. I'm so happy that you all found my blog worthy of your follow considering it wasn't a requirement to win my blog candy!! So a great big fabulous THANK YOU to all of you wonderful followers for that!!! You are awesome. I read each and every single comment too and love what you all have to say!

I'm thinking that I will have a giveaway when I reach 150 followers. Not sure what it will be yet so just check back for details. I'm putting my thinking cap on for this one! I want it to be special! Stay tuned for details about that! Eeeeekkkk, doesn't that excite you too?

Anyway, the months of February and March are super busy for us. In February, I have 4 birthdays, one on the 18th, two on the 20th, and one on the 22nd. Then in March, I have a birthday on the 18th as well as my 11th Wedding Anniversary and then on the 28th is MY 37th Birthday! Whoo Hoo, 37, here I come. (I'm doing this whole new 'think positive' thing about getting's a good thing, right? RIGHT???)

Here are a couple of cards I have done already that I'd like to share with you all. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do. For the record, I used SCAL and MTC for these. They are such great programs! :)

For this one, my 7-year-old daughter helped me with it. She loves working with me on these projects. She's my little Cricut helper!! :)

For both, I used cardstock paper and then patterned paper from DCVW. I used K&Company embellishments on this first one. On the second card, I used some flower embellishments that I cut with my Cricut and then some brads to keep them in place, giving them a dimensional look. I added ribbon for a nice finish!

For this cut, I used a free card design that I think I got a while back from The Free SVG Blog. If you have either the MTC program or the SCAL program, this blog is perfect for grabbing some of their awesome SVGs. They do amazing work over there! I download a lot of their SVGs.

Hope you all had a great Sunday and I will be sure to put up more pics when I get done with the rest of the cards I'm making!



mse006 said...

i am loving the card with all the flowers!! absolutely gorgeous!

Lillian Child said...

Gorgeous blooms! So very pretty! And congrats on all the new followers ... I'm still under 100, but thinking about participating in a hop as well ... LOVE the people I've met so far along the way in this crafting passion of mine.

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