Thursday, March 19, 2009

Today's Creative Agenda

I feel pretty productive today, Not only did I make two more cards but I also made a pair of valances for my girls bedroom! Whoo Hoo! I painted the girls room about a month ago and separated their bunk beds so that they could have their individual space not to mention I have a daughter who sleep walks and can no longer sleep on the top bunk due to the fact that she walked right out one morning. So, I looked everywhere for plain brown valances but had no luck so I bought some fabric to make the curtains but it sat in the bag for the past month. Well, today was the day that I decided to pull it out and get to work, a couple hours later and here's what we have!

Just thought I'd share a funny little picture with you. My girls are trying to use this pencil until it's completely gone and this is how much they have left! Hee Hee!

This card was made for the SCS sketch challenge this week. I just love the way this one turned out. The paper is basic grey and the stamped image is a cute little bunny that I got from Whipper Snapper. I colored this with my prisma's and OMS and finished it off with a prima flower and some pearls!

This is another image that I got from Whipper Snapper awhile back. I was going to use it for a valentine for my hubby (he's an angler) but I never got around to making him a card for Valentine's Day (I know, I know, I suck!) Anyway, I finally made him a cute little card with this guy. I haven't given it to him yet but I'm sure he'll love it! I also colored this in with my Prisma's and OMS and I used some more paper scraps from CTMH and some hardware and hemp from CTMH as well. Hope you have enjoyed your visit.and have a great night!


Patti J said...

Cute cards, and I love your girls' room!

Jami said...

Love your cards:) The pencil is cute.

Rebecca said...

Your sketch card turned out terrific! The little pencil gave me a good laugh. It's so funny what kids come up with. Have a great Friday!

Helen Dooley said...

If your girls run out of those pencils call me my 12 yr old son has tons.
I like your blog.