Tuesday, March 24, 2009

These Cards Were Inspired By...











these cards over at Kwernerdesign blog http://www.kwernerdesign.com/blog/?p=686. I used the Unforgettable Lv 2 PP. I also used the Nestabilities Circles dies and the Cuttlebug. It was a lot of fun putting these together. If anybody knows how to put these links into words like "here" I would love to learn that ...
I am chillin on the Sofa with my little Amy. She is such a trooper. She had her tonsils and adenoids out today as outpatient surgery. She didn't shed a tear and was so brave. There is nothing worse than having a child have to have any kind of surgery or procedure, or be sick! I would so rather it was me! Anyways I hope you are all having a wonderful day. Thanks again for every comment you leave!
Enjoy!

4 comments:

nelliemaeii said...

Wow!! Sarah these are so great. I love seeing CTMH stuff!!!

Thank you so much for the wonderful cards. I love the embossing and all the detailed cutting. You really put a lot of work into them and I can totally tell!! I appreciate them so much. The stamped ribbon is sooo cute!!

Yours is in the mail, you should get it tomorrow or the next day....I hope you like it!

Regina said...

It’s my first time visiting your blog and I just enjoyed going through your blog! Keep up the great work!

I hope I can help you. Sorry, my English is not good!
When you would like to give a link in the Posting you must click on the green point. It's easy!
Greetings from Germany Regina

Jeanne said...

You did an awesome job with the cards, Sarah! Well done!

I'm sorry your little Amy had to have surgery and am happy to hear she is doing well. How old is she? My Amy is almost 8! Where DOES the time go??

Carla Harrah said...

Great work Sarah.

When you want to link a site to a certain word you have to hyerlink it. I just figured this out recently, but I don't know how you do it on the comments.

Anyway, while you are typing your blog out there is a button at the top that looks like the earth with a chain link on it. Highlight the word you want to be the link and click on that earth looking thing.
It will bring up a box and then you just put your link in that box and hit OK.

I think I made this clear as mud, but maybe it will get you on the right track.

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