Looks like my card is not going to make it up on the My Sketch World page, so I am sharing it. I know the picture is a little fuzzy. I am researching new cameras for Santa to bring on Christmas morning. Inside the card is a dangling spider. Sorry I forgot to get a picture before I mailed the card to my nephew.
Now that I am moved, I am working on getting a VERY small section of my VERY small house set up as my studio space. Good thing I am headed home for Thanksgiving, I am thankful for the local IKEA. So, that means I may get Holiday cards made before the New Year arrives.
I do not have my product list with me. I may or may not be posting from work ;). If you are interested in knowing who made the DP and other stuff on the card leave me a comment and I will be happy to share.
So, please have a happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy the time you have with family and friends. BE safe as you travel and create wonderful memories.
by Sally Watkins
In an effort not to bore you with the mundane aspects of my transitional life, I have not been posting. Crafting out of boxes really does not lead to much creative activity. In the past two months, I have made ONE card! I am ashamed to call myself a paper crafter. Alas, I am moving into my final (OK well, more permanent than the vacation rental I currently occupy) house. It is a cute little cottage and I know that my creative juices will flow freely once I get everything unpacked and in its place. At my rate of getting settled, that should be sometime next summer. I will be posting more regularly after Thanksgiving.
How will I ever become the paper craft entreprenuer that I want to be if I do not start creating and posting. For now, I will put up sneak peaks of my newest My Sketch World card. Like much of my life, I am a little behind, so this is a spooky card that I made for my nephew. Christmas cards are still in the I plan to make them stage.
Did I mention that my camera is taking worse and worse pictures. I know, the camera is operated by me, but I am pretty sure it just need to go to the place where aging cameras spend their senior years and I need to pick up a much younger version. Happy Crafting!