Friday, February 22, 2013

It's been a long, long time....

It's hard to believe that it's been two years since I've updated this blog!

I've had lots of changes in my life since my last post. I am no longer a single mama. I met a wonderful man almost two years ago. Chris complements my personality perfectly and sometimes I wonder how I managed to live life without him by my side. The boys and I moved in with him almost a year ago. Then, I started back to school last August. Needless to say, I've been extremely busy.

Things are settling down now and I'm working crafting back into my life. I hope to be able to post at least once or twice a week.

Now, on to the scrappy stuff! Mommysavers is having it's monthly crop and I've been busy completing challenges. My friend, Janie, is hosting the crop and the theme is all about using up your stash.

I received this cute little boy and the sentiment as part of a card kit swap at SCS.

Again, I received the image in a card kit swap at SCS. This card was for a challenge to use four different patterned papers. This was a fun card for me because I dug out my chalks to color the bunny.

Except for the card base, everything was received in a card kit from the swap at SCS. I love 3x3 cards and this kit seemed perfect for it!

This was a really fun kit! Again, everything but the card base came from the swap. I don't remember who put the kit together but she did an awesome job!

This was a lot of fun to make. Chris's sister is due anytime so I decided I wanted to make her some birth announcements. I used SU's Berry Bliss DSP. Apparently, my friend, Jenn, and I really liked that paper! We each bought five or six packs and both still have some of it. The edges of the teddy bear are smudged with pink ink.

That is what I've completed for the MS crop challenges so far. Hopefully, I'll get more completed this weekend. Thanks for looking!



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