Hi everyone! This is a quick post for ya today cuz' I am SUPER CRAZY BUSY--YIKES! I've got to finish 1 last project for the magazine, take & edit all the pics, type up my portion of the magazine and run around and get birthday presents & supplies for Alexa's bday party tomorrow. Egads--I'm gonna lose my mind I tell ya, LOL! I don't remember what days were like when they're boring, with nothing to do but I sure wouldn't mind one or two each month I tell ya! And thanks for all your well wishes, I'm slowly feeling better--certainly not fast enough for my taste though, lol! And because I haven't been sleeping well due to sinus issues and stress (lol) I have been catching up on reading--I don't craft late at night because my hands don't move well late at night so I save my crafting for the daytime. So I have THREE (3) FABULOUS books to recommend to you--omgoodness these were good ones:
-The May/June issue of the mini-mag "Through the Craftroom Door" will be going to the printers this weekend, so if you haven't subscribed and want the paper edition you need to subscribe NOW. Subscriptions ordered after this Friday will not be getting the paper issue due to the printer cut-offs--you will only receive the pdf version. Then the next month you will get the paper edition--we are not big enough to order 100's of extras to have on hand to ship out after the end of the month (maybe next year, hee hee).
-Class 4 for the Color Me Creative Classroom will be up and ready for you on May 10th! I am still running pre-registration rates on this class until April 30th along with donating $3 from each class 4 sold to Unicef--you can find the details HERE. Other classes coming in mid-May are beginning & advanced Cricut classes, cardmaking class, and project classes so stay tuned!
She's colored with Copics and then I also paper pieced her dress with the matching dp--I love to tie in the images with the rest of the card that way. Remember when you're paper piecing to shade it like the rest of the image--here I used W3 & W1 to shade the edges. Then I used the Viva Decor Glitter Liner (in holographic) on the stripes on her dress and her bows--this stuff is 100x sparklier than Stickles!!
Alrighty I'm off to run errands and chores! See ya tomorrow!