Monday, August 17, 2015

Do you like Sugar Skull?

Hello crafty friends,

Well, my niece loves all things sugar skulls related, so I made her this:  

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

and the Winner is...

Hello crafty friends,

A big THANK YOU to everyone for participating in our Joint Blog Hop. Based on all the comments we received, it was a huge success for such a great cause!

The Grand Prize Winner of a $25 gift certificate from Die-Versions and a $25 gift certificate from Sparkle N Sprinkle is.......

CONGRATULATIONS Theresa/Scrapper69  
Please contact Anne at to claim your prizes.  Happy Shopping!

Theresa's comment came from my blog:

Oh WOW!! Your projects are amazing!!! You're right about it affect our pets as well... My brother has lost 2 dogs to it.... it was very hard for him & his wife since they had no children... they're pets where their children... it was heartbreaking for them.... I love seeing the different version of encouragement in your cards.. :)


Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Cancer Awareness Kitties

Hello crafty friends, 

My Cancer Awareness kitty cards got such great reviews that I'm entering them on these challenges: 

A Gem of a Challenge - Animals and Birds
Brown Sugar Challenge #157 Animals
ABC-challenge - O is for open - Anything goes

Cancer is very real and very scary.  Unfortunately, it's something that can strike our pets as much as us.  That's why I choose to feature cats on some of my Cancer Awareness cards.  I truly believe we can find a cure for ALL Cancers, we just have to keep fighting.

For these two card I used the super cute Kitty Love stamp set by Sparkle & Sprinkle and the Whispers - Fight It die from Die-Versions.  I LOVE the tall kitty, so on my first card I made him the star and hanged the Fight It die around his next.   I used yellow for the cancer ribbon, because the Animal Cancer Awareness Ribbon is yellow w/tiny paw prints on it.

On the second card, I used just the ribbons from the Fight It die, but if you look close you will see that I used the tiny ribbon from the boxing glove around necks of the taller kitties.

Thank you for stopping bye :)