Monday Mailers 2 & 3

I finally attempted a file folder card for my second Monday Mailer. I cheated a little on the tab since I didn't have my tab punch with me, and traced around one from another card.
Ileana if you see this, I hope you know you will see these soon. Sorry for the wrong address problem.

The third Monday Mailer is a super cute idea I found while blog surfing. I used the heart from Priceless to make the shamrock and the "lucky" came from the Tre chic background stamp. I also made it easy on myself and used the layout from Cannie's Monday Mailer to me last week. I loved the Birthday Whimsy card she sent me so much. I really like how this turned out if I do say so myself!!
Old Olive, Night of Navy and More Mustard.
I am determined, Determined to do Cyndi's scrapbook challenges this weekend or during Easter Break. I'm going to catch up. I am. I am. I am. If I have to hire a maid. LOL What a joke!

No Hitter!!

I feel like screaming to the top of my lungs to the whole world so I figure this is the best way to do just that.

My son had his second start for Varsity and pitched a no-hitter tonight!! I knew he would do extremely well this year but I sure didn't expect a no-hitter. I am so proud of him!

Here's the write up in the local paper.

Here's the picture that was on the front on the Sports Page. How cool is that??

Monday Mailer #1

I am in a yahoo group with some super talented NC Stampin Up demos. I joined the Monday Mailers to make me get in the stamp room and stamp cards. Scrapbooking is too easy for me to put off. I love receiving beautiful cards in the mail. All the cards from this group are usually just wonderful. It is so nice to get pleasant things in the mail once a week! This months theme is "Anything but Flowers". I usually don't do flowers (having two boys) so that had my name all over it.

Here is the card I'm sending to Ileana Roberts this week. Hope she likes it!!

Recipe: River rock, Blue Bayou, Close to Cocoa cardstock; Really Rust ink; Big Pieces and It's all Good stamp sets, plus Close to Cocoa Satin Ribbon. Techniques - paper distressing with scissors, paper piercing, and sponging.

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