Sunday, June 9, 2013

Welcome to my blog.

I've fought having a blog for years even after many of my friends and family have been asking for one.  So, here it is.  Sit back, relax and enjoy - and come visit often.

I spent Thursday at Stitch Craft Create Live in Arlington, Texas, with my sister.  As we are "coming down" from all the visual overload and shopping and creating, she decided it was time for me to join the rest of you bloggers.

As a new paper crafter, I have been showing her some tips and techniques and here is a card that she made under my supervision.

Pretty good for a beginner, wouldn't you say?  She's surpassed me from where I was after only four months!!!

If you would like to follow along on her progress, you may visit her at One Crafty Creature.

Thanks for visiting.


  1. Looking forward to reading/seeing more!

  2. You have a blog???? Are you kidding me?? How did I not know this!!!

    Perfect place to share your beautiful creations :)

  3. Hi! Wow - I'm also a beginner and not one of my pages is as beautiful as yours! Look forward to learning from you! Will continue to look for more! Awesome!

  4. You don't look like a beginner to me! Your card is beautiful! Thank you for stopping by my blog Sue!
    Have a great day!

  5. Beautiful card Sue! Those flowers are stunning!

  6. Wow Sue I actually clicked on your name and it bought me to here and I found your new blog. Congratulations girl! It will be so much easier to chat to you here.
    That card is gorgeous, the colours and that beautiful rose too!
    Thanks for your lovely comment on my current post dear Sue.
    Have a great week,

  7. Hi Sue, Your card is gorgeous. Love the soft colors. Thank you for stopping by and your kind comment. So nice to meet you.
    Have a Merry Christmas.
    Celestina Marie

  8. Hi Sue, you asked me about the feather stencil. Its not an actual stencil. after using chipboard feathers from 2 Crafty, I used the negative chipboard image from the feathers and filled them with molding paste.hope that makes sense. you can use all your chipboard negatives like that. thank you for your amazing comment.