Friday, July 31, 2009

Aren't you sweet unity stamps

Happy Friday, Everyone!! What a crazy week it has been for me! Hopefully next week will be a bit less stressful/busy. Launching a high volume blog is a lot of work gals!! I never thought it would be, but believe me it is!

Which reminds me, if you have not checked out my new venture (Christmas with the Cricut) with two other FANTASTIC ladies you MUST! We will be giving away a cartridge every week until Christmas. Some weeks we will even give more...a lot more! You will just have to follow us to see what I am talking about. I promise you will not be disappointed!

Anyway, my BIL and new SIL are coming to visit us from England next week! It is very exciting because I have never met her in person. Since my spare room is my scrap room(just add a air mattress and voila instant guest room ;-)) I am not exactly sure how much posting/crafting I will be doing. I know one thing for sure, it will drive me insane not to be able to make anything for a week. So, I will have to figure out something.

Ok, on to the card I made the other day.......

This card I made using my trusty new Unity stamps(cannot tell you enough how much I love these little gems). I believe the stamp set is call '100% happy'. Anyway, the paper is something I bought whilst shopping with my good friend Joy at the Great American Scrapbook convention at Cricut Dan's boothe. They sell the cutest doodlebug stuff at their boothe every year. Anyway, I saw the fruity paper and snatched it up as soon as I could. TOO CUTE!!! The strawberries are colored with my copics.

Have a great weekend!!



eiyiyi said...

Hi Melanie,

I've left something for you on my blog.

hugs, eileen

Leah said...

So cute, love the paper and those strawberries are good enough to eat:)

Joy Tracey said...

I am SO scraplifting this card! It is too cute!! I think I bought this paper, didn't I? I just did as told, ha ha!

Lydia said...

That is so cute I love the ribbon weaving, really great card!1

Ted said...

Melanie, I love that card... I'm agreeing with Lydia... I really like the ribbon weaving!