Posted at 10:08 am
My Crafts Table is filled with Fall goodies – and cold weather makes me think of quilts and fabric . But these simple design can also be made of paper. So have fun –
The Choice is Yours Paper or Fabric or Both? Take my Challenge – I will post an update Soon Lisa
Posted at 10:02 am
Saturday in Louisiana is cloudy here. Looks like rain
A perfect day to do some Crafting – Come join the group at Scrapbook Generation .com
Online Scrapbook Crop Link
Pumpkin Spice Online Crop -going on this weekend. I will be having fun with paper. Lisa
Posted at 9:52 am
Sunday – Happy Grandparents Day !
Here’s the story. Back in 1970, Marian McQuade, a West Virginia housewife, came up with the idea of a day set aside to encourage families to visit their elderly relatives. With a firm resolve to make it happen, she began lobbying policymakers. McQuade got through to her Senators, Jennings Randolph and Robert Byrd, who introduced a resolution to make Grandparents Day a national holiday. It took a while to reach the White House, but finally, in 1978, the resolution declaring National Grandparents Day as the first Sunday after Labor Day, was signed into law by President Jimmy Carter.
This Week Plans :
Fall Harvest time- A is for Apple
- Family Time
- Book Review
- Apple Crafts
- Gumbo weather
- Louisiana Events
SG On Line Crop – Sept 15-17 A weekend of paper fun. I am going – come and join the fun. Lisa
SC On Line Crop
Posted at 1:32 pm
My School entry in Red- Green – Yellow
Posted at 5:06 pm
A layout for 8.5X 11 page
Change it up-used this as a starting point. Lisa
Check back -Thursday for my example
Food time at the safari-feeding the animals
Posted at 5:02 pm
A simple card layout- using my layout as a starting point I made this card. Lisa
Posted at 6:23 pm
Tuesdays- theme is Fortune cookies.
Paper ones made from a simple circle ,then folded and pinched into shape with a message.
Pin cushions-made with scrapes using same pattern,stuffed with poly batting but can be made any size.
Check out today’s other post as we celebrate this holiday ! Lisa
Posted at 7:05 pm
Let there be dragons! Celebrating Chinese New Year with Dragons and important part of Chinese culture.
Symbol of power,strength and good luck for people who are worthy for it.
Great fun to make with kids whatever age – enjoy ! Lisa
Posted at 7:00 pm
My doodle for hot chocolate. Looks good. Check out the challenge on Instagram. Lisa
Posted at 4:03 pm
Chinese New Year Cards
Year of the Rooster 2017
My husband is an Earth rooster
Generous,trustworthy and popular with friends. Like to be center of attention.