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Sunday, December 2, 2007

Sunday Scrappin' #5

Sunday Scrappin’ My Ta-Da's this week: I redid my plan for the front panel of the cards, incorporating a tag shaped vellum piece. I found a great source for free templates and patterns. I spent waaaay too much time looking at other people's cards online and not enough time working on my own... oh, wait.. I guess that doesn't really belong under my accomplishments, does it? LOL!!

My To-Do's this week:
  1. Get myself moving! I want to have all the cards DONE by the 12th, which is when we'll pick up our family pictures. If things go according to plan, I will come home, cut the pictures apart, label them, stick them in envelopes, and mail all the cards the next morning. That's the goal, anyway!
  2. Take pictures! I thought I was going to post some last week, but it didn't happen. I WILL post some pics of my works in progress over the next few days- promise!
  3. Stamp all the images and finish cutting the vellum for the front panels. (Also a goal last week... oops!) I'd also like to have at least half of the cards assembled by next weekend.

This week's bonus question: Where do you do your crafts? Well, anywhere I can! Currently, my kitchen table. Sometimes on the floor in the basement. I actually have a craft table upstairs in the spare bedroom-- it was my craft room back before DS was born. Now it's a storage room, or the "dump anything you don't know what to do with" room. Someday I will reclaim that space as my own!

If you do any stamping/ scrapbooking/ paper crafts, I hope you'll join us over at Sunday Scrappin'! Post your accomplishments and goals for the week, and then visit other Sunday Scrappers to cheer them on and enjoy their projects!

1 comment:

  1. I am reading Get out of that Pit, too. It is so good. I think I am on chapter 3. Thank you for commenting on my menu! :)


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