This is a birthday card for my boss, Cheryl. I had to whip it together tonight because I didn't have time to make one over the weekend. I purchased this stamp from a local scrapbook store for half price. I cut the circle out with my Imagine using the circle shape. The background paper is a lovely sparkely paper with glitter on it. I added a little flower brad to the "o" in You and it was just the final touch. For something that I put together so quickly, I'm happy with the way it came out. Always the perfectionist......I definitely need to work on my stamping! LOL

I've had this video for a while but didn't get it edited until tonight. I had some Christmas money and came across some great deals to boot.

This is a birthday card for my step-daughter. This card was put together really quickly because I didn't have a lot of time. I used the Imagine, Yummy cartridge and a Happy Birthday Stamp. I like that I can print and cut on my Imagine and then layer as needed. The flourish layer and the green layer are both printed using the Yummy cartridge as well.

I know that it looks crooked in the photo. I really need to work on getting my photos straight!

Thanks for looking.

As usual, I was totally drawing a blank when trying to think up a belated birthday card. I was watching Mary at CardzTV (I love her work) and came across this card. It was perfect. So in my usual style, I scraplifted it. I made a couple of changes but lucked up while I was at AC Moore earlier today and came across the same print pattern that she used on her card. Everything eles I just used what I had. I found the dragon fly brad in my stash and it was the same color as on the paper so I used it. The little turtle is from WIMG and is cut at 2 1/2.

This card is for my dear friend, boss and co-worker who's birthday was last week. I have hardly seen her in the last couple of months because she has been working out of town. I actually saw her on her birthday but didn't have a card or gift for her and I felt horrible about it so I invited her to lunch. She had to wait for me for over 45 minutes before we could go to lunch and once we ordered our food at the little shop downstairs I paid for mine and I didn't realize she had paid for her own lunch until they brought it out to her. Talk about feeling horrible......not to mention embarrassed that I had asked her to lunch on her birthday and she had to pay for hers. I guess it could have been worse, she could have had to pay for both of ours! It's probably happened before but if you ask her she wouldn't admit it. She is the type of person who NEVER forgets anyones Birthday no matter where she is. I am certainly going to work on being a better friend this year!

Thank you Mary for your inspiration and your talent. I visit your blog regularly and I love your cards. I will be scraplifting more! :)