About

March1, 2011 – This is the beginning of my journey into the world of Blogs and showing my creative side to the world. Thanks for taking a peek.

I haven’t decided what I actually want to put on here but I thought I better put something!

A little bit about me:

I have been married to Patrick for 13.5 years and we have 5 puppies….they are our kids. I don’t know the exact date of when I started scrapbooking….I need to look it up but I think it has been at least 10 years! Man, time flies when you are having fun. I got into cards when I started taking card classes at a lss with a friend. Then I worked at the store for a couple years before it had to close down in 2006. I like using brass stencils on cards. I have more paper than I will ever use, LOVE brads, have tons of buttons but if I use one out of the 500 I might need it sometime : ), I’m an organizer freak with a messy room…..but it is organized! I’m a Christian. Oh I love indoor plants but outdoor is a whole other story!!

11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Laura
    Mar 02, 2011 @ 00:56:45

    Looks great! Can’t wait to see what you post!

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  2. danielle
    Mar 02, 2011 @ 01:58:02

    i love the card it is cute i wish i knew how to make a blog

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  3. KraftyKaren
    Jul 04, 2011 @ 01:57:28

    Thank you so much for your very kind comments on my little boy’s card hun. If you email me, I can give you full, clear instructions on how to use your nesties to make a card base hun. I really don’t mind.
    If you look at the inside of my card, you will see how I place the top part of my nestie just above the fold of my card. That’s how you stop it cutting the whole way through – that’s the trick! :0)
    (I used to practice on scrap paper at first. Smiles.) Best wishes, Karen.xx

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  4. Karen M
    Aug 26, 2011 @ 12:37:34

    Hi Kathy

    You asked about the stamp on the inside of my card. It is a stamp from Waltzingmouse Stamps, a company here in Northern Ireland. They are fabulous stamps and they sell worldwide! Thanks for your lovely comment!

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  5. Debbie S
    Sep 08, 2011 @ 01:52:26

    Hi Kathy
    You asked what type of card I used for my card Here
    I used a grand nestability Label 1 – the largest one and then scored and folded it in half.
    Thank you for your kind words – glad you liked the shape.
    Have a wonderful day.
    Debs xx

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  6. Bonnie aka radsue
    Dec 27, 2011 @ 11:12:34

    Hi Kathy,

    Thanks for the congrats on winning the blog hop!! I already got my prize code and finished my shopping last night. Now to play with my goodies! Thanks also for the kind comments on my blog too.

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  7. Judy
    Apr 02, 2012 @ 21:00:12

    Hi Kathy

    Finally made it to your blog spot! Love you and the cards you make. You are awesome!

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  8. jmhave44
    Jan 13, 2015 @ 11:34:20

    Kathy, Thanks for your visit & comment. I live in the USA, SC. Our GP can send escripts for new RXs, but we can still send ‘hard copies’. We have had a problem with escripts in the past, which is why I prefer sending a paper rx. I make a copy of it prior to sending to the pharmacy. When it gets ‘lost’, then I can resend it without bothering the dr’s staff. Most drs will still write a paper rx but also can do escript if the mail order pharmacy is in ‘their’ network. Hope the problem is now sorted after one more 2 hr phone call last Friday. I was told I could mail in the rx’s, write our patient info on the back, and when the medication comes, there will be a ‘form’. We’ll see how it goes! Hope you are having a good week. Enjoyed a nice browse over your blog.

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  9. Alva
    Nov 05, 2015 @ 20:24:35

    Loved looking at the variety today. The lady you introduced me to had one of your great cards, but you were not around when I saw the birthday card she got. It had an outhouse and ‘paper’. I want one!

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  10. Brenda
    Nov 07, 2015 @ 10:47:56

    Hi Kathy! Thanks for visiting my blog…so nice to meet another “paper conniseur” (sounds so much better than hoarder). I laughed out loud when I read your comment. Wonderful blog, beautiful creations, I enjoyed looking around!

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  11. Donna Wakefield
    Sep 07, 2016 @ 14:02:58

    Kathy, thank you for the kind comments on my blog post. I love your suggestion about using Rockin’ Christmas. I intend to make more of this design so will use your idea.

    Reply

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