My new endeavour is Kaching Kaching (the sound of a ringing cash register) online store... there are name brands at great prices. Shop around, but before you buy, check out my store on the sidebar to the left... Kaching Kaching, you may get a better deal! Thanks! Hope you all have a great holiday weekend! When I return from vacation, I will try to post the daily deal... daily. :0)
You can qualify for the $5 Digis with Attitude store gift certificate, you must:
list 3 things that make you/your blog different, pass this award on the 5 others, display the badge/award on your sidebar linking to the Digis with Attitude Challenge Blog, and please read the Digi's with Attitude guidelines ~ HERE
3 things that make me or my blog different 1. I like scrambled eggs and cream cheese sandwiches 2. I post more tutorials and giveaways on my blog than I post projects 3. I am me, that makes me different right there...LOL
These are the T-shirt that I made for our trip to Disney World. I didn't add the "Disney World" title, it was tearing the freezer paper.
I used the scut2 file for my daughter's and my shirt that Michelle was so nice to share with me, she shares some great files...check her out!
Yes, we are going to be one of those corny families that wears matching shirts.
I was told that was totally acceptable when in Disney, although my husband may not think so. LOL
He thinks I am corny, but I think he will wear it to make my daughter and I happy.
My daughter and I have red shirts with the Minnie shilouttes and I i-rocked Minnie's bow
this is the front...
this is the back...
I put our last name (god forbid either of my kids get seperated they can be identified) and the 10 stands for year we visited.
Here is my sons shirts, I made his and my husbad the same... I just recently added the fireworks to theirs because I hit my hubby's shirt with the brush and left a black mark... so the fireworks were born to cover the mark and I added it to my sons so he could match Daddy. The back will be the last name and #10.
I'm sure you have heard the term "pay it forward"... well I want to thank you all for follwing and visiting me. Once I reach 100 followers I will post a draw for this small appreciationcandy. So I need 5 more peeps & I will be @ 100. Tell a few peeps! :0) EDIT: I can only ship within the US, hope you all understand.
by the Glue Arts Glue Girl and this is what was left on my porch...
I am usually never lucky, but the past few weeks, blog land has been very good to me.
On another note... you've heard the phrase "pay it forward" well, I am trying to put together my own "little" blog candy for when I reach 100 followers.
I wish it could be a giant box of goodies, but I am super strapped for money right now & we are going to Disney in little over 2 weeks & I need every spare penny I can save. (not that I even have many spares) LOL!
OK, the blank space in the upper right hand corner was bothering me. I thought about a flourish last night when making it, but thought "nah that would be to girly", but then I got a comment from the lovely Lelia stating the same thing I was thinking, so I went for it!
I like it... religious art is beautiful & not gender specific, so this is a piece of religous art! :o)
I used perfect medium to stamp this beautiful corner flourish that I won from Yolie a while back (thanks Yolie) & I forgot to mention the ever so talented Penny Ducan (sorry Penny)... I used one her many nesting patterns for the sentiment mats on the front & inside of the card.
I made this for one of my neighbors, her son is making his confirmation... I feel like it needs something... the upper right hand corner looks too empty. I wanted to keep it simple since it is for a boy, but I think I could have done something else to it.
First I wanted to say thank you to all who voted for my sons costume! They judge on 11/8 and notify the winner on 11/12, so fingers crossed!
I wanted to share a cool little thing called aBirthday Calculator... scroll below the advertisements and input your birthday info...
You might want to use tid~bits from it in a Birthday LO or a card...
check it out, it's pretty cool!
Here is a photo of my kido's on Halloween... the Pretty witch (w/ a bad streak) and the little frog that she is boiling away in her cauldron.
A wreath I made for Thanksgiving. Sorry for the flash.
A freezer paper T-shirt that I made for my Dad for his Birthday. He owns an Auto body shop and on Fridays a few guys congregate there at 5pm to have a few beers... they call it Beer o'clock... I had to make this when I saw an SVG of clock faces on Michelle's Adventures with Digital Creations Blog I deleted the 5 & replaced it with a mug of beer that I converted into an svg.
And lastly...look at this amazing Halloween Blog Candy that I won from Debbie @ Love Life's Little Pleasures Blog. She packed the box with tons of goodies!! Thanks again Debbie!
Well this costume in my mind looked so much better, but it turned out OK... thought I would share... This is my son Aiden's costume. His sister is a pretty witch, so I thought I would try to do some sort of pair costume so this is what I came up with.... I cut the bottom of the cauldron out, attached fishing line to suspend the cauldron on his shoulders. I cut the flames in 2 different colors and sizes in SCAL2 then inked them with red, orange, blue and green, glued them on. Glued on some spider webbing stuff around the top of the cauldron to make it look like it is frothing over. My mom made the little hoodie thing so his head was green (I wanted to find a green hoodie sweatshirt, but had no luck) I wish the t~shirt and the hoodie thingy matched, but whatcha gonna do.... glued on 2 big white pom poms to a foam visor & glued googlie eyes to that, a green t-shirt and whala... No to bad right? Hope you have a safe and fun Halloween... watch out for all the little ghosts and goblins.... BOO!!! TFL! xxx, Staci