Happy Thursday! So I woke up really early this morning – 6:00 a.m. The problem, I didn’t get to sleep last night until around maybe 1:30 a.m. I settled in on the couch with the pups and my coffee, and then before I knew it, it was 10:00. Mallory was up the dogs were running around, and I never heard a thing. Good nap!


We all know that Sunday is Mother’s Day. I have mom’s card done, but I still need to come up with something else. She said the other day she needed to come over and go through my cards. She has resorted to the two for a $1.00 at Dollar General. Now I don’t mind that she sends them, but it does upset me just a bit when she sends one to a good friend and/or a relative that would definitely appreciate one of my cards. I gave her all of my Millie’s from the Dirty Dozen Gallery for her birthday and she said she just couldn’t part with them, but I do think she may have sent one to my sister. She loves the little cowboy from Lizzie Anne, and absolutely loves the zany women that I come up with. So here’s what I thought I would do. Make her some little cards over the next few days and also go through my stash and make her up a bundle for Mother’s Day.


I started this one of the cowboy last night, had it laying out to finish today, when I saw today’s Ways to Use It Challenge on Splitcoast. It’s all about chipboard today and luckily I had not decided where my sentiment was going to go. Hello chipboard!


The image was colored with Copic Markers, the edges were sponged with Vintage Photo Distress Ink, and then roughed up a bit. I made the background panel using the Big Paisley from Lizzie Anne Designs, stamping it in Blue Bayou on Soft Sky paper. To make the photo corner and middle strip, I stamped the same image on Blue Bayou paper with Blue Bayou Ink. For the sentiment, I colored a piece of chipboard with River Rock, sponged the edges with Vintage Photo, and then stamped my sentiment.

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Stamps: Simply Singles Big Paisley, Cowboy and Howdy from Lizzie Anne Designs

Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White; SU Soft Sky and Blue Bayou; Prism Tawny Dark

Ink: Tsukineko Graphite Black; Ranger Archival Jet Black and Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress Ink; SU Blue Bayou and River Rock

Accessories: Copic Markers; Chipboard; Tonic Tim Holtz Distress Tool; Tsukineko Sponge Dauber; SU Ribbon; Brads; Corner Punch; Mounting Tape

I’m off to finish up some cards for mom and work on Saturday’s Stamp Club samples. I hope each of you have a fabulous day!



It is my pleasure to host the Limited Supply Challenge on Splitcoast today. Late last night, Jen called me and asked if I could fill in as hostess. Luckily I had been in the stamp room working on another Rubbernecker sample for the Akron Show, and could come up with something quick. Jen usually posts at night, and I didn’t want to keep the Challenge Chasers waiting.


After scanning through the weekly challenges, I realized that we had never done a Limited Supply Challenge for a tall and/or long card. This week’s challenge, LSC164 – Long Tall Sally, is to make a long and/or tall card measuring at least 4×8. This size card will fit in a standard letter/business size envelope. You should limit your layers and embellishments, and cannot use Designer Paper. (Okay, so I’m in a stampy mood tonight!)


The images were stamped on white rectangles cut with Rectangle Nestabilities and then colored with Copic Markers. The edges were sponged with Adirondack Slate and then mounted on black Scalloped Rectangles, also cut with Nestabilities. The background panel was made by stamping the rod and reel in Ranger Clear Resist and then layers of different shades of gray inks were added with a sponge dauber.



Stamps: Rubbernecker Guy Stuff Collection Fishing Rod SKU:34-09, Fishing LureString Lure SKU:34-05, Striped Lure SKU:34-04 and Hook, Line & Sinker Text SKU:34-16 from Rubbernecker Stamp Company SKU:34-08,

Paper: Georgia Pacific White; Sterling Ultra Digital Imaging Matte; SU Basic Gray and Black

Ink: Ranger Clear Resist, Archival Jet Black, Adirondack Pitch Black, Pebble, Slate and Lake Mist

Accessories: Copic Markers; Spellbinders Rectangle Nestabilities; Tsukineko Sponge Dauber; Ribbons; Brads

I hope ya’ll have a great day today!


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