Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Rebooting...

So here we are.

2019.

I was going to take a couple of weeks off from blogging but it turned into a couple of months and before I know it, the year is over. The realization that I haven't posted much here at all only hit me when I posted my 2018 Top 9 on Instagram (IG). While those pictures can be found under the IG tab here on the blog, none of them had made it into an actual blog post.

In an attempt to make up for lost time, I'm going to post all the crafty pictures that I posted on IG last year right here. For those of you who have seen them before, thanks for hanging out with me on IG. For the rest of you who are just seeing them for the first time, I hope you like them.

Happy New Year, everyone!!

What's the Buzz CS

Feeling Sheepish CS

K-Pop CS

K-Pop CS

Hip Hop CS

Hip Hop CS

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bih5c8cAO41/
So proud of my daughter's first shaker card!

Quick card using birthday freebie from Lawn Fawn

Color practice with Copic markers using stamps by Lawn Fawn

Stamps by Mama Elephant

Homemade buttons for the school carnival. My daughters drew almost all the graphics after being inspired by what they learned from a book

I made this Rae Dunn-inspired card in under 10 minutes. The bear stamp is by My Favorite Things and I colored into a panda!

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  1. Thank you for posting the pics! Love them! I was wondering what type/brand of paper you use for your cutting?

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    1. Hi Kimberly! I mostly use American Crafts cardstock for cutting. :)

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  2. So glad to see a new post from you! Been missing you! Don't do IG. Please keep in touch.

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  3. Glad to see this post! I love your creations and it's so nice to see your daughter's share your creativity :) I too would like to know what kind of paper you use for cutting and stamping.

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    1. Thanks, Cheryl! For cutting, I mostly use American Crafts cardstock. For stamping, I use Neenah Paper Classic Crest Solar White 80# Cover

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  4. Happy New Year Jin!!! So good to know you're still cutting and creating in between all the tantalizing yummy food and travels. Please don't ever stop being you!
    Cecelia

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