Sunday, October 26, 2008

Back in the groove

I can't believe it's been so long since my last post! I've had a fun weekend. Friday night I went out with friends to celebrate YaYa Debbie's birthday. Happy birthday Debbie! Saturday, Kimberly and I did some crafting. The results can be seen below. Saturday night I went to an Oktoberfest party at Carol and Eric's house. My sister brought my nephew for a few minutes to show off his lederhosen that she bought when we were in Germany earlier this year. I taught him to say "guten tag"...too cute! I probably should have taught him guten abend, but oh well. Anyway, look at the cutest little nephew EVAH!

Now, on to the crafty stuff.... I don't think I'll ever tire of SU's Baroque Motifs. The color combo was from an SCS challenge that I jotted down a while back, and finally remembered to use.
Stampin up, baroque motifs
Recipe: Cardstock- SU certainly celery, not quite navy, bashful blue, ink- not quite navy, stamps- baroque motifs, sentiment PTI.

Judging by these next few cards, you might think it's really cold here in Little Rock. Not so. We had gorgeous weather this weekend, and even did some driving around in Kimberly's convertible with the top down.
This card uses SCS sketch challenge 187 for the layout.
See d's, inque boutique, chai latte, papertrey ink
Recipe: Cardstock and ink PTI dark chocholate, vanilla, DP PTI chocolate remix, ribbon PTI.

These next cards use my new Papertrey Ink set Snowfall. I love the little mittens and snowflakes.
Papertrey Ink Snowfall
Recipe: Carstock/ Ink PTI Ocean tides and aqua mist, Ribbon PTI, Stamps PTI Snowfall- mittens are covered in Martha Stewart brownstone glitter.

Papertrey Ink Snowfall
Recipe: Carstock/ Ink PTI Ocean tides and aqua mist, Ribbon PTI, Stamps PTI Snowfall

Papertrey Ink Snowfall
Recipe: Cardstock PTI kraft, pure poppy, Ink PTI pure poppy, Pallette Noir, Ribbon PTI pure poppy, twine SU.

I just had a call from LaThonya, one of my old University of Dallas roommates. I may meet up with some of the girls for the weekend. The UD Collegium Cantorum is celebrating is 15th anniversary, and will be singing a Requiem Mass. That will be a nice excuse to get all of us together. Unfortunately, I think Lynnette will have just ended her Tejas visit, and will be back in NYC. My choir at the Cathedral of Saint Andrew will be having it's Requiem Mass November 10th at 7pm. It is free and open to the public.
Have a great week, and happy crafting!

7 comments:

ScrapbookDBA said...

JohnJohn is so adorable! Everyone can tell what a proud Auntie you are!

How about your hairdo? Was hoping to see a pic of it as well! :)

Had such a nice time Friday night and Saturday! I finished up my halloween treat bags today .... thanks for the crafting inspiration.

-Kimberly

Debbie Nelson said...

What a precious photo of you and John John!!!

Love all your cards...must have some glitter mittens!! I am sure that you have just created a new fashion phase!!

Had such a great time with you on Friday night...can't wait to use all the wonderful stamps you gave me!

You win the prize once again for the cutest cards...

Kerry said...

Wow! You have been busy making some great cards! I love what you did with the PI snowfall set.

Denise Felton said...

You are SO rockin! Your cards are just luscious. I love your brain.

And John John is so precious, I don't know how you keep from squeezing him. He's going to get even with y'all as an adult, though, over those lederhosen. :)

ScrappinGalz said...

All these cards are so beautiful I love them all. Terriffic work you should be proud

Denise Felton said...

I just tagged you over on my blog. You're it!

Audra and Josh said...

Great cards!! John John is very handsome, also!!