Hello and Happy Monday to you my friends! Did you have a good weekend? Ours was pretty darn good and it was a nice balance between getting work done and some fun & relaxing! Riley had a sleepover last night so he's feeling a bit rough today, hee hee! And I expect Alexa back from the Outer Banks this evening as well--she needs bed early as she has practice tomorrow in the heat, blech! I still am having a hard time getting over the fact that she'll be starting high school in September--yikes! And I'm soooooooooo NOT looking forward to back to school shopping this coming weekend with my two kids! NOT FUN! No lie, Alexa is super picky and likes to argue and Riley just whines and complains the ENTIRE TIME! Sometimes I want to stick signs to their backs that say "FREE to Good Home!!", LOL--KWIM?! Nothing good about it and James and I ALWAYS end up with migraines by the time we're finished! And neither of them wear little clothes or shoes anymore so it's always a sticker shock for my poor hubby when we're shopping, hee hee! But I did get all of their school supplies minus their backpacks cuz' I would NEVER want to ASSUME that I know what they want, lol--so they will of course pick out their own bags! Whew, pray for me this weekend :)
-NEW Dates & Locations for my Copic Classes are up on the new website CMC on the Road HERE! If you want to take a Copics class or two check it out!
-NEW Release from Elisabeth Bell is coming this Friday from SCACD! You can enter for some super yummo-licious Blog Candy at the store blog HERE!!
-Gina K Release sneak peeks tonight at 11 pm EST! I will have one up later this evening to share with you and I HEART it so much :)
-Oriental Blog Candy winner (from this post) is: Sandy Owens (LittleLou) who will be celebrating her birthday soon and the fact that she is beating CANCER! Email me Sandy with your mailing addy and congrats!!
Bow Easy and the background behind the image was done with a new Cuttlebug Folder set called "Sentimental". I used my SB's Nestabilities for the circles and stamped the sentiment directly on the patterned paper. All my edges got a vintage touch with my fave Zutter Distress It All tool--love that thing!