Good morning!  I hope everyone is doing well and you’ve been able to stay out of trouble . . . It’s hard I know, but for some of us it’s pretty damn easy to stay in trouble all the time!

More and more these days, when I find that I have a deadline looming, it’s harder and harder for me to get into the studio to work.  Yesterday was one of those days . . . no ideas, no incentive, no plan, no mojo!   Sometimes I find that when the creativity bug fails to bite, I like to go back and pick up and recreate an older project.  The one I have for today, is exactly that . . . and this might be the third or fourth time that it’s been recreated.

I remember the first time I posted this design, you can see it here, I remember someone commenting that it made them sad.  My response was that it shouldn’t, because in my mind, she was a daredevil, a rebel so to speak, and flew and had fun when no one was watching her!  I still think the same today.




I did this project for the eclectic Paperie June ePlay Challenge, which was to use fabric.  Of course, I missed the deadline . . . go figure!  You can get all the details and more photos over on the eP Blog today!  I do hope you’ll visit me over there too!!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy seeing this favorite project of mine reworked in another way!





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Good morning!  WOW what a busy, busy week.  I’m still not fully settled into the studio . . . and it’s definitely not set up the correct way yet!  When I was trying to work last night I couldn’t remember where I had put anything . . . I walked in circles trying to find different things I KNEW that I had carried downstairs and put away!  More time . . . that’s all it will take . . . more time for me to work and get the kinks ironed out and things put where I’ll remember where they are!

Today is my day to post on the eclectic Paperie Blog!  I’ve stepped back to my stamping roots and made a tag with lots of techniques.   I’m needing to find some mojo (which I think is on an island somewhere, with cabana boys and little umbrellas in its drink).


I hope you’ll join me on the eP Blog for more details and photo!

Thanks for stopping by here today!





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I know I’m a few days late ringing the new year with you, but better late than never.  I spent the first running around to junk stores with my mom and sister.  Got some great buys and had a fabulous day!  We ended up at Cracker Barrel for lunch and of course, they were serving black-eyed peas.  Now they are not one of my favorites, but in the hopes of changing my luck for the upcoming year that I had to indulge a tiny bit!  My sister said they tasted like dirty feet . . . I have to agree . . . but I still ate a few spoonful’s.  All I can say, is that the grilled chicken and baked sweet potato tasted a hell of a lot better!

Today is my day to post over on the Quietfire Creations Blog!  I’m sharing a chipboard plaque that I made using one of the newly released companion sets, This Heart Longing for You.


All the details and more pictures can be found on the designers’ blog, Quietfire Creations.  I hope you’ll stop by and take a peak!

Thanks for joining me here today!


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Happy Labor Day!  I hope you’re enjoying the holiday weekend and it’s not too hot where you are.  We are sweltering here, but it didn’t put a damper on our family gathering yesterday!

Today is my day to post over on the eP Blog, and I’ve worked up a tag using Graphic 45’s French Country Collection.


As always, you can find more photos and all the details on the eP Blog.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend!


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