Friday, March 27, 2015

At The Well

The above is a picture of my grandmother at the well in her hometown of Mt. Savage, Maryland.  I scrapbooked this photo with handmade flowers and a doily cut on the Cricut.  I can't imagine how things must have been for women in those days.  They worked so hard but I think they were happier then than now when we have all the conveniences possible.  Enjoy!

Friday, March 20, 2015

Tea for Two

Are you maybe thinking that I purchased the new Tim Holtz tea cup die?  Sure looks like the TH one!
Instead this cut was done on my Cricut.  I have a subscription but had to pay $1.49 for this image.  Better than $20 for the TH one.  The only adjustment I had to make to it was to cut a slit at the rim of the bottom cup so the upper one could sit inside.  Otherwise they look uncannily alike.  A money saving tip for those of us with a Cricut.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015


Well I reached a milestone of 75,000 visits to my blog.  Thanks everyone who took the time to visit and especially those who commented.   I know it's not a big deal but it is to me.  I am in awe of those that have say 100,000 or  more.  Wow!

I have a lot of stamp stuff I am purging and I wondered how all of you out there would feel about a giveaway of lovingly used stuff?  Let me know and if there's enough interest we'll do it.  For instance, I have a Scoreboard, tons of stamps, some tools, etc. Give me a heads up if you're interested.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Almost Easter...........

I have a card for you today.  The black silhouette was cut on my Cricut Explore and the detail is phenomenal for only being about 2.375".  The sentiment is a Our Daily Bread one.  The grass is a Martha Stewart punch.  It's not exactly Easter but sort of.  Hope you like it.