To start off, I'd like to congrats:
Rebecca please send me your snail mail and I will get your magazine in the mail.
Wow, 101 people responded! Thank you. I loved reading your comments. I plan to have a little segment posted on my blog in the next few days regarding publication. I sense that some of you would like to learn a little more about the process.
When I sit back and think about my purpose on earth I can see that it leads to the same thing over and over--Education. I am an educator and I like to teach. I also like to learn.
As many of you know I stepped down from some of my papercraft duties to focus on my family. It seems like a reoccuring theme for some other bloggers this year too. I mentioned before that I would still be around and still plan to post. That has not changed. But this year I plan to change my posts a little. Not all of them will be projects, instead I'd like to include a tip of the day from time to time to help other crafters with projects. Sometimes what seems obvious to me is not obvious to you and I want to ensure that what I do/what I create is understood. So please don't hesitate to ask me questions if you see a card or project and think "Now how did she do that?". No question is too silly. I promise.
Onto today's card. You'll be happy to know I used the goodies from my thematic collection that is sitting on my desk--you know the one--the Valentine's one I showed you the other day.
Notice I outlined the birds using a pink Copic marker.
-The Birds and the Bees (Kim Hughes Collection) by CHF
-Smooth White by Prism Paper
-Brown Core-dinations Cardstock
-Espresso by Ranger
-Ribbon by American Crafts
-Clear Heart by Heidi Swapp
-Sanding block by Tim Holtz
Stayed tuned..I pulled out my bellas! I know. Don't be too shocked.
Have a super day.