Tuesday, January 31, 2012

A “Little” activity

I call the daycare kids my “Littles”….they’re little after all!  The other day we were feeling the winter blahs…needed some COLOR!  Brought out a bucket of flower &heart foamies.  Made a garden!


Monday, January 30, 2012

Valentines….funky colors….2nd banner

This banner I used some old papers for…pulled out STICKERS…which I never use!  It matches better in my juniper kitchen!

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Valentines Day….Traditional Colors…Banner…

I made two banners this weekend….the first is a traditional colored one with red, black & kraft.  I used the Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge to cut the Letters and an old fiskars punch for the apron lace border.  Raided my embellishment jars for some black accents too.  I always forget I have the TIm Holtz tape…adds some romance to it eh?

Tuesday, January 24, 2012


How this dog has lived the three years he has is beyond me. He has eaten brownies, and most recently game gen carcasses'. His legs are all of 5" by he can jump the fence, get on the kitchen counters and in Trouble!! But look at him how cute is he?!

Tuesday with the littles

Apparently I post too much stuff on Facebook. Really?!? I thinks life is just more entertaining than those who say that. But oh well. I suppose I can just start blogging again.

Did you know I do daycare with lite kids for my real job? I have kids from 6 months-7 years old. We do alot of fun crafts and a activities. I'm gonna share them here.

I also sell close to my heart stamping and scrapbooking supplies. Although I'm about done. I still love and mostly use their products. I'll be sharing more of that too.

And my last "job" is making jewelry. I sell online at etsy (sable221) and at. Boutique in town. I have a Facebook page for it too. I'll link later.

So-first I'll share today's little craft. I cut snowflake templates for them and taped them to some craft paper. Pulled out some old inks and stamps. They could use the stamps or fingers ( which of course was more fun) to cover the empty spots. Voila a stamped snow flake!