Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Dss Reveal and TY Christmas Cards...

I believe a version of this card is going to make the final cut for Christmas cards this year. I wanted to use Baroque Motifs and a cuttle bug folder and the card also had to be plain, ie no brads, ribbon etc. so I could get them all mailed out and not break the bank account. I may change the swirls to green and the flowers to red, this would make more sense. I will also need to switch back to a hard surface to stamp on I brought up a flexible table after the last craft show and you just can't get a good image stamping on this surface.

Can you believe all of this was for me from my DSS for this round on SCS, I couldn't. I took my time looking through everything while DD was taking her nap and I was in shock. Let me just say AMAZING, so many things I have never tried before I can't wait to dig into. So thank you Monika for the best mail day ever!

A couple of notes to some readers out there about previous comments...

I am going to try some more fabric stamping in the near future as for now I only know how the stuff works that I have on hand...
Fabrico markers and an Inkxressions fabric stamp pad.
I have read on "Capture the Moment" that there is a Pallette ink pad that is perm on clothing, the above link will take you to this page. And once again, the samples she has made are just wonderful. I hope this will help you.

I have also figured out the Modge Podge, you have to seal it with spray sealer and then it will no longer be sticky even after it has dried. So I just picked some matte sealer up at Wal-Mart in the spray paint aisle.

And one last thing little DD is back to walking, Running and getting around as normal. The Dr. called yesterday after a specialist read the X-rays and stated the same facts that nothing was showing up on them. So we can say one of two things caused this a sprain or the flu shot she had previously gotten.

1 comment:

Wanda said...

WOW, lucky you Sara!!!

And great news on your DD. I'm so happy for you that she is ok.