Saturday, November 10, 2012

CSI Case File No. 44~Lil' Angel

Hi there everyone.
Today I want to share my
CSI Case File NO. 44
and how I solved this case.


My take:

I enjoyed working with these colors.
This is my granddaughter when she was
7 months old. 

Close Up Views:


I used 2 journals this time. The journal
reads as:
This is my granddaughter when
she was 7 months old. Adrianna
is a chubby, cutie pie with a
smile that will turn tears into
laughter and joy. She has bright
peek-a-boo eyes and soft
marshmellow cheeks.Adrianna is a
“Daddy’s girl.” Always crawling
around to be close to her daddy.
She could turn my cloudy days into
sunny days. Each time my little
cupcake visited me, my pain
would go away and I would be
filled with such joy and hours
of laughter. While holding her
I would often feel like she was
the baby girl I never had. Thank
God for my little angel; my
granddaughter Adrianna.
 The next journal are 4 things 
about the subject.

1. Adorable
2. Beautiful
3. Loveable
4. Precious

Accents Views:

  I used all 5 colors.


*something woven
*doily pattern
*something that rolls up, like the window shades


*Write four things about your subject
*Frame your journaling
*Inspiration Words: sunny

Case solved!
Thanks to  the CSI team
I made the 
The Watch List.
I was so shocked and excited
to be apart of the beautiful gallery work.


~Echo Park Dots/stripes collection
~Miniature roses
~Stick pin
~Diecut Flourishes
~Coredination cardstock
~Canvas Corp. Black & White French Script Cardstock
~Mint Green diecut floral strips
~Picture Frame
~Corner punch
~Corner edges
~CSI Coordinates
~Prima Resin Collection
~Thicker white glitter letters
~Prima Flowers
~Webster Resin accent collection

That's it for today.
Thanks for stopping by.
Until next time

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Mojo Monday 265 & Paper Secrets CYAO #38

Hello All!
Happy Blessed Sunday.
Today I want to share my weekly
card project for
Mojo Monday 265
Paper Secrets-CYAO #38.

Here is the sketch.

*doily  *handmade ribbon/fabric flower *border punch
*hand stitched border  *stickles/liquid pearls *vellum
Here is my take for this card:

For the purpose of the CYAO challenge I selected
3 products/techniques:

*border punch

I really enjoy creating cards.
They are simple, clean, and quick.
I have been asked, "what do I do with
the cards when am done?"
I keep them in a box, labeled for
every ocassion.
Often times I do mail them to friends
and family.
That's it for today.
Thanks for stopping by
have a blessed week.