Saturday, June 30, 2007
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Friday, June 22, 2007
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Wednesday, June 20, 2007
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Sunday, June 17, 2007
Posted by Lizzy at 7:11 PM
Wedding cake days are so busy. I am glad that we are strictly a friends and family operation because I could not do this every weekend. Thank goodness, too that it is me and Mom working together to do this, wouldn't do it alone! Fresh cake is the best, one of the things that we always tell people is that their cake is fresh, never frozen, and rarely more than 24 hours old. This was my first "beach" theme cake and I was quite pleased with how it turned out.
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Friday, June 15, 2007
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Monday, June 11, 2007
Trav was quite proud of himself, he was the first to find one of the babies after it was born. We are bottle feeding them, which is alot of work, but they are so much tamer when you do that. Trav also got his first pair of barn boots (black rubber boots) that you wear only to the barn, and never never ever bring into the house. You take them off on the porch and they stay outside. Like most of his other boy stuff they are covered in mud and manure..how pleasant! LOL!!
So, in my humble opinion we have a genuine country boy on our hands.
Posted by Lizzy at 11:27 PM
Sunday, June 10, 2007
bazzill CS and printing on it, lots of colors and patterns!
Of course, cousins, since they play together so much and are always in pictures together.
Posted by Lizzy at 12:43 PM
Saturday, June 09, 2007
Wow! What a great day I had yesterday! I spent the day with some wonderful ladies making cards, having lunch and scrapbook shopping.
We started the day at Art Tech in Greensburg where we made the two cards in the first picture. The Dad card was made using Perfect Pearls to make a faux hammered metal look embellishment. Let me tell you, making faux metal is fun! We glued, inked, powdered, brushed, watered, and pounded the crap out of those letters! The card on the end is my friend Sharon's (AKA BS#2), she and some of the other ladies made seashells on their card fronts instead of letters and wow did they come out super nice! Although they have been around for a while, perfect pearls are a great new product/technique for me! I have wanted to learn how to use them for a long time and now I know!
The second card in that photo is a neat paper weaving technique that is great for using up scraps! Gotta love that, who doesn't have a ton of those? It also uses the "leftovers" from a die cut as well! Bonus!! I like the cute quilty look of it as well. After I got it home here I added some glittery pen stitching to it and I think I may add a ribbon as well. It is definitely a card that I will make again.
Thanks Luan, our teacher and Celelia, the store owner. We had a great time!
Art Tech Supplies, Inc. is located at 135 S. Pennsylvania Ave. Greensburgh, Pa
Deanna, Sharon, Mary Agnes, Joan and Jean and Mickey and I had a delicious lunch at a little diner two doors away from Art Tech. I can't remember the name of the place unfortunately. I had the Hawaiian Ham sammie, thin sliced grilled ham, with melted provolone and a pineapple slice on grilled sourdough with honey mustard. The food was yummy and inexpensive and the company was very good as well! After refueling or bodies and resting up a bit, we were off to do some more scrapbook shopping.
Next on the list was the Crop Shop, a new scrapbook store in Greensburg, located near the new Sam's Club. I encourage you to check out their website. The store is brand new, beautiful and has lots of new product. I like how it is organized by theme. They have a quite impressive class/crop area with many die cutting tools and a Cricut! I will be going back to shop some more I am sure, since they have 4-H theme product and some other goodies that I am interested in!
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Thursday, June 07, 2007
We also call Magic Tiny and Peanut since he is only half the size of Snowball.
Posted by Lizzy at 1:19 PM
Tuesday, June 05, 2007
Posted by Lizzy at 11:37 PM
Sunday, June 03, 2007
I must say that I am enjoying these rainy days, even though they have kept me from planting the two flats of flowers and 3 flats of veggies that we picked up on Friday. I am looking for some inspiration for a few little projects that are in the works. I need to make some graduation cards and I also am working on a shower gift of a baby book for Kenny's cousin. Wish me luck and have a great week!
Posted by Lizzy at 9:15 PM
Friday, June 01, 2007
Posted by Lizzy at 8:20 PM