Monday, February 7, 2011


Hello Friends! Today, I have a sick child. She is trying to plug through it all in high hopes of going to her Enrichment classes today. I am not sure she will make it though! 

Todays projects uses some of the WONDERFUL die cuts from Creative Cuts and More. This cute card set is the Gift Card Set! I am not finding it on the website, so if you are interested in it... Please ask Terry! I know she has it available! Another die I used was the Flowers! 

While you look around at the website to see all of the goodies they have available, you will want to check out a few things...

CC&M is thrilled to introduce this new product to our line of adhesive products. This tape has the same great adhesive quality as our Red Line Tape but it has a white liner and it is tear-able. We are offering it in two widths - 1/4" & 1/2". Wider widths are available by special order. Our tape rolls are a whopping 55 yards long, that is twice the amount of most other rolls. CLICK HERE to see our Killer White Tape products.

The stamps I used are from Stampin' Up!... I used Prisma Color Pencils and white craft ink too!

Thank you for stopping by and taking a peek and leaving me some love! I wish you a wonderful day!
Chrissy D


Terry said...

Very pretty, Chris! The sentiment is so true! I hope your little one feel betters really soon. So hard on them to miss a date that is so important! Have a great week!!

TannyP said...

This is so pretty! The flower is beautifully colored and the sentiment is one of my faves. Thanks for playing along with our Sisterhood of Crafters Challenge!

Traci S. said...

Hi Chris,

I am sorry your daughter is ill. I am praying for her right away. It is nice to hear she enjoys those wonderful classes!

I love how brave you are...just jump into trying new techniques and their toys. The results are amazing. I love your coloring...the flower is so pretty.
That is what I hope to learn most from you...I already know you are generous, Love the Lord so much, and are an incredibly patient Mom. I hope to learn bravery in the art area from you!

He IS Able,
Traci S.