Hey there! I'm not blogging anymore. Too busy working on a writing project. I'm keeping this open just in case I want to blog again in the future and use my same info.
Now go forth and find some other cool blogs.
Monday, March 1, 2010
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Make a paper snowflake that looks like Elf stopped by your house.
Turn your kids' hand and foot prints into a cute little reindeer picture...or even a felt pillow!
Did you win the Christmas napkins in the giveaway? No? Well then head to ETSY and buy the last set. Or let me know if you'd like to buy the pattern. $5 and you can start now for next year's napkins for all your friends. :)
Today we're wrapping gifts here like crazy. Tonight I'm off to a party while the hubby goes to the Husky basketball game. Kids are excited for the babysitter and a Christmas movie. Life is good.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
This is the card I made last year. I always end up writing my kids' names and ages on the card since we send it to both friends and clients (who may not actually know their names). Anyhow, I decided to just type their info next to each person and then I could be completely lazy at card stuffing time. Voila! This is what I came up with.
Here's the deal...if you'd like to use this card, leave a comment and I'll pick someone to create this card for. The winner can email me a photo, tell me the info for the kids (and anyone in the photo), I'll create it and send a PDF file back to their email. After that, it just takes a quick stop at Kinkos or another local copy shop and a very unique Christmas card is complete! This method only ended up costing me 40 cents per card! Obviously I had to buy envelopes, but the cost still came out SO much cheaper than by the online card printing prices.
So leave a comment if you're interested. I'll pick a winner on Friday, October 30. Make sure your comment has a link to your email or blog so that I can contact you. Spread the word!
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Vacuuming the stairs today...I was thinking about 9/11. Here on the west coast, we don't always feel the reality of what might be going on in the rest of the country. Like the economy. If I didn't watch the news or read about the crazed down slide, I'd have thought it was all fake. But then a year later or so, we got evidence of a crummy economy as well. So now that our part of the country sucks, I think (hope) that Wall Street is perking up a bit back east. No? Cross fingers.