Pat Adam is such a sweetie!  She has been collecting Valentine’s cards for her “Cards 4 Kids” drive.  Here is what I created for it.


Isn’t this little elephant adorable!  He is “Dr. Pea-Nut” from Our Craft Lounge.


blog150partialinsidecard1withwm.JPGI love this little bucket of peanuts, too.  It is stamped on the inside of the card with a sentiment.






And check this doggie out.  He is also from Our Craft Lounge and is part of the “Pat the Dog” set.  Too cute!

Both clear stamp sets come on a sturdy plastic panel that has the images shown and beautifully colored.  Thank goodness for that!  It was a tremendous help to me as I continue to practice with Copics.

It seems like I am always just under the wire.  I had planned on making several more, but life has taken a chunk out of my stamping time lately.  Since Pat needs all of the cards by the 7th, these need to get in the mail TODAY!!

Details for the Karen Lockhart “Peapod of Hearts” card can be seen here.

Oh and one more thing I want to share today…  In December I visited my DS and DDIL.  Shortly after I got home this beautiful card arrived from them.  I love the way the front flower is offset from the back red flower to give a shadow effect.


We were all hoping that little Katelyn would arrive while I was there.  Well she didn’t, but at least I was able to help with some cleaning that needed to be done before they could move into their new home.  It actually worked out great as I will now be flying there again at the end of the month for another visit.  Plus I got this wonderful card!


Life is good.

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