Friday, January 29, 2010

I Heart Butterflies and Milk

Weird title....I know.....but I'm posting three different projects.

The first two are cards which I made at the Extravaganza a couple of weeks ago and have decided to use for my February Technique Workshop - along with the Patchwork card I post on January 5. All three cards will be using dies for the Big Shot, and because of that they are all going to be Easy, Breezy, Lemon Squeezy!!!!!

I simply love all of those little butterflies fluttering around and I like the "classiness" of the silver and black hearts for Valentines.

The third project is posted for today's Limited
Supply Challenge at Splitcoast. We were to make
a 3-D item - specifically a milk carton. Well, I must be honest and say, that this little carton was also made at the Extravaganza. So...I haven't actually stamped anything new today - YET!!!

I plan to watch "This is It" with my daughter while dividing up all the little extra letters I have that are left over from previous projects - putting them into little individual letter boxes.....(Yes, I have a problem that way). I've already put 25 pieces into my 2000 piece puzzle today - and expect to put in a few more before the day is done. AND>>>>>I plan to make some cards with my new digital images from Sugar Creek Hollow.
CAN'T WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW MORNING..dun, dun, duuuuuuu

Have a wonderful afternoon!

5 comments:

Deb Neerman said...

Three gorgeous projects, Joan! Love 'em!

Have a great weekend!

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

oh my word! these are gorgeous. i love the cards!

hugs :)

HappyCrafter said...

What lovely creations! The butterflies are so pretty, and I especially like the limited supply challenge card, very sophisticated!

Maria Matter said...

oh Joan I love your little butterflies fluttering across your card!!
Love the colors you used for your hearts too!

your milk carton is great, I really want to make one of these!!!
Have a great weekend!!
Blessings, Maria

marsha said...

Beautiful! I especially love your butterflies an milk - so creative!
Hug,s Marha