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Monday, November 12, 2007

Early Morning in the Country - Card making




This weekend I visited with my younger sister, Cathy again. It is just so beautiful in the country, which is Sumrall, Mississippi for me. Early Sunday morning I was going to go and work in her scrapbook room, but it was so beautiful outside. It was 7:30 in the morning so I just set up my card making supplies on a large table she had under the a big oak tree with the morning sun to my back and for 2 hours I set there and made some Christmas cards that I am giving away as a gift. I was able to practice using my texture plates, practicing faux stitching, and used some of my Miss Elizabeth stickers.

4 comments:

My Paper World said...

Beautiful cards! and the faux stitching looks great!

Flossie's Follies said...

Great cards, love these stickers.

mineyskiney said...

Okay, I am re-typing my message. I have had a hard time with posting comments. I think I finally have a new password. I set one up a few weeks ago and posted, but didn't write it down. This is a test before I type you a long one again. I did tell you in the post that failed that I know what you mean about the country. I am glad to know that you were sitting under that oak tree scrapping. That is such a peaceful place and probably a much needed place for you to be. I love the nature and that is why I enjoy going to my camp so much. It is really another home to me, but at a much slower pace, where you can just take a moment to absorb all of God's creations. My favorite is the colors in the sky while being on the lake when the sun goes down. God is such an artist.

Peppermint "Patty" said...

Patty,You are do such an "AWESOME" job on your cards. I am trying to get into card making but am having a difficult time with my creative juices flowing....lol Keep up the good work.