Saturday, November 17, 2007

Some sweet Elzybells and a RAK

I have been giddy all day! I can hardly wait to attend Winter CHA and my mind has been in overdrive thinking about all the creativity that will surround me in February. I feel like packing my bags now and yelling "are we there yet?" Yes, I am a newbie to all of this, but that won't stop me from learning what I can before I leave. If you have attended a past CHA and have any tips (how to prepare, what to expect, what shoes to wear *lol*) please feel free to share them with me.

I have spent a good part of today getting some work together for submissions as well as other projects. Always something on the go *wink* but that is the best part about crafting. How can you ever get bored? My mum is up visiting, and although she is not into cards like I am it was fun to share them with her.

A few weeks ago Julie Masse sent me a card with a few Elzybells images. They are soooooo cute! Thanks Julie.

paper: Skye Blue (SU!), Whisper White (SU!), Blue Bayou (SU!), Chocolate Chip (SU!)
ink: Brillance Graphite Black (Tsukineko), Whisper White (SU!), Chocolate Chip (SU!)
stamp set(s): Reindeer Star (Elzybells) Wavy White Christmas (Elzybells), Snowflake Serenade (Papertrey Ink)
accessories: Copic Ciao Markers, Double Stitched Ribbon (SU!) Dimensionals (SU!)

Card Size: 4.25x4.25

I received this BEAUTIFUL RAK from Jen (STAMPIN_UP_CHICK) on SCS this past week. Thanks Jen!!!!

Oh and a BIG OL' announcement. My friend, Carolyn King, AKA Cammie from SCS, finally took the plunge and joined us in blogging land! Make sure you stop by, say hi and sign up for her feed or add her to google reader. Carolyn is one of my crafting idols.

Have a super Saturday.

Because I love to stamp and you do too!


Lauren (mytime) said...

Oh I love the elzy card!!
And that RAK is awesome.

Carolyn King said...

Alli--you are amazing...i don't know how you do it all!
Love that elzy card and thanks for the shout out too!!!

Hugs, girlfriend!


Jen said...

CHA is so much fun!!! My advice for you is to print out the map beforehand and map out the vendors you "have to see." Then you don't miss the ones you want and you can always catch others on the way.