Sunday, November 11, 2012

thank you...


Sunday, already?

I'm getting ready to have a piece of pumpkin pie for breakfast:)  My kids learned how to make their grandmother's super secret and delicious pumpkin pie recipe yesterday!

I have a card that I whipped up this morning:


That woodgrain circle is from the Hero Arts/Studio Calico My Happy set.  The bird is part of that set too, I inked him up in black and then paper pieced him with some blue MME paper.  I added the iridescent sequins to illuminate the  tree blooms...it's actually a fun look.

After I had adhered the stamped panel onto the patterned cardstock base I realized that I forgot to stamp the sentiment...grrr.


I've learned that it is never good for me to stamp on a panel after it has been glue dotted down...never fails, I always make a mistake....

I whipped out one of the Melissa Frances' rubon sheets that I picked up at CKC yesterday....BAM, it's done!

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I wanted to share some pics from CKC:

I met up with Chunyuan!  The last time we saw each other was at the A Muse sale in July 2011.


I also was able to spend some quality time with Joscie!


Another fun filled weekend...today we're catching a movie and I also need to catch up with some crafting!

36 comments:

  1. How fun to see your friends!!!!! I loveeeeeeeeeee your card! LOVING that wood grain!! And ummmmmmmm... I want PIE :)

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  2. Love this card. The rubon looks great.

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  3. Great card, love that woodgrain circle set. I think the guys are going to the movies today too, the new James Bond movie I believe is on the schedule.

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  4. Love your card, Amy, I just hate it when I forget the sentiment! Love the wood grain window, at least it looks like a window!Enjoyed your photo's with friends. Have a wonderful day at the movies. Pie for breakfast, Yum!

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  5. Fabulous card Amy, that sentiment looks like it was meant to be there all the time! How fun to meet up with crafty friends.

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  6. I came to admire this darling card (it's so sweet--love the colors!!) and am pleasantly surprised to see your craft friends meet! How awesome!Glad that you had a fab time,Amy!

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  7. super cool card!! Love the sequins and the sentiment look great...not like you forgot it at all...hehehe!!!

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  8. "Thank You" for sharing your beautiful card ;)

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  9. Love that adorable paper pieced bird over the woodgrain and those sequins, too!! Must've been so fun seeing the fabulous Chunyuan and Joscie!!! So jealous!

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  10. Lovely card, Amy!!
    Great to see you had a fun time with friend! Enjoy your sunday!!

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  11. fabulous card. It was so nice to meet up and spent some time with you.

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  12. okay... before i say more... I so want the PIE!!!

    Loving the woodgrain !!! Its beautiful sista!!!


    Lovely photos !!!! TFS with us....

    hugs...xoxo

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  13. Pumpkin pie for breakfast sounds like absolute perfection to me. And how awesome to meet up with blogging friends. I love the gorgeous woodgrain on your card.

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  14. So fun that you got to meet some of your blog friends. Too cool!

    Love the woodgrain on the background stamp.

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  15. I had smore cheesecake for breakfast! :> Love your card today! Great save to forgetting the sentiment! :> Looks like you had so much fun at CKC! Great that it came to your city!

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  16. what an early morning good mood for you! happy to see little bird with the spirit of wood and trees with woodgrain pattern

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  17. Your rub-on solution is perfect! Glad you had such a fun time at CKC!! (and I'm jealous of the pie for breakfast!)
    xoxo

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  18. Love your card! The woodgrain especially was a great touch! :)

    Can't wait to catch up with you too!!! :D

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  19. Super sweet card Amy, totally adorable :)

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  20. Pumpkin pie for breakfast....oh em gee, that sounds delicious! (tummy grumbles....)
    This is too cute! I love the sequins (just so you know, it took me 3 tries to spell it. The pumpkin pie is distracting!) Love that he's got 'speech lines' coming from his little birdie mouth :)

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  21. Love the woodgrain and the sequin blossoms. Very cute. Pumpkin pie for breakfast? Made by someone else? SO jealous, that sounds divine!

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  22. Amy, you are super adorable! And your card is delicious. I love the CAS-tastic design, woodgrain, the bird...perfection :)

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  23. Ohh, love the birdie!! Glad you had a fun weekend too!

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  24. Love love love! And you're featured on the PI blog today. :)

    http://www.paperissues.blogspot.com/2012/11/birdie-thank-you-hero-arts.html

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  25. beautiful card and so glad you got to have a fun visit :)

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  26. Love this card Amy! Super cute!

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  27. Awesome use of sequins on that branch, girlie!
    Oh how I'd love to meet you all IRL! Never say never.....! ;D
    Hugs!
    x

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  28. Fab card, Amy! Something about woodgrain and birds together that is just so perfect. Nice to see you with your crafty friends...looks like you had a good time!

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  29. pumpkin pie for breakfast! you VEGETARIAN, you!!! :) :) :) what a gorgeous card, and yeah, thank heavens for rub-ons, sooooo much safer than stamping!!! ♥

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  30. That HA set has been on my wish list forever. Tried to get it with my HA gift cert and they said they were all out... :( Love the way you used the sequins on this!

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  31. love the sequins detail. fabulous simple design, too. love this, Amy!

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  32. CAS fabulousness - another one I am casing :>) Looks great with the sequins. I am with you, no stamping after it is all put together I inevitably need to hide a mistake.

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Cheers,
~amy~