Sunday, October 14, 2007

Birdie a la Kim Hughes

As you know I am a teacher. I have been SOOO busy putting together student learning plans for my students. I am nearly there--the deadline is Monday!!! 25 students = over 1000 boxes of information! Ugh! It has been tedious but I can hardly tell you how great it feels to know that I have nearly accomplished this huge task.

After Monday things should settle down in the teaching department until report card day *lol* That's late next month! That means MORE stamping for me and I am super excited. I have really missed my hours of stamping.

Of course I did manage to get a card ready for you today using yet another one of those CUTE Kim Hughes stamps.

Prism Papers
ink: Brillance Graphite Black (Tsukineko)
stamp set(s): Pretty Birds (Kim Hughes available at CHF)
accessories: Copic Ciao Markers, Corner Rounder (SU!), Scalloped Circle Punch (Marvy), Dimensionals (SU!), 1/8 inch circle punch (Fiskars), Paper Frills (Doodlebug)

and as promised some photos from my trip

Here is a photo of my best friend and I. We have known each other since grade 1 and been best friends since grade 3!

Dh and I stayed at Bear Mountain (just gorgeous!)

It's a good place to golf if you like that sort of thing *lol*---I am NO golfer!

Dh took a photo of me outside our room! That stone in the background is GORGEOUS (notice how I directed you away from me *lol*)

Hope you are having a terrific Sunday.

Because I love to stamp and you do too!


~missprissme said...

You are too funny, brick wall is nice. Your friend is super cute you guys look like you could be bff. Down with word verification !!

Tanja said...

you are adorable! and photogenic (not fair!)

Deidra Brown said...

That's great to hear that you are a teacher. I am a teacher as well. I teach 19 students and report cards are to go out next week!

Julie Campbell said...

Hey Alli! I love your CHF card! So cute! And I LOVE your red hair! Glad you got to spend some time with your friend!

chelemom said...

I didn't know you were a teacher! I must have been living under a rock! I teach 5th grade...always fun but challenging! Love visiting your blog...great stuff here!