Tuesday, June 12, 2007

I love to color!!

See what I made?? Isn't it pretty? This card was for a workshop. I used Stampin' Up!'s (gramariaticians....try to ignore that one, ok??) watercolor pencils and blending pens to make this. At the workshop, two of my six stampers bought the pencils. Isn't that cool? I was so excited about that!! I also used a white Craft Stampin' Pad, and sold three of those. Whoo hooo!!! I'm so glad my stampers love what I make. LOL!!!
Supplies: And Everything Nice Stamp Set, Hollyhock Jumbo wheel, Pallette O'Prints in Almost Amethyst, Almost Amethyst and Very Vanilla Cardstock, Lavander Lace and Chocolate Chip Classic Stampin' Pads, Watecolor Pencils, Blender Pens, and my fave Mono Multi glue to hold it all together.

On another note, I am getting really excited about my trip to Ohio. Yesterday, I took some typing tests, and today I worked on a Power Point presentation about myself. I think it turned out pretty good....hope they do, too.

I even gained a new blogging friend in the whole moving process. Andrea (HER BLOG) lives about an hour from Cleveland, and she came across my blog randomly, through Blogger, I would imagine. Isn't that cool? AND she is a Christian, and loves to stamp. What a perfect friend!! Even if I don't move, I still LOOOOOVE making new friends.

And so, friends...it's off to bed for Melinda. She has been staying up waaaay too late at night.

Hugs to you all!!!

OH yeah....only 6 more sleeps until Ohio!!


Karis said...

You definitely have a gift. This comment is coming from someone who can't really comment on any of your creations because I haven't attempted anything like that myself and have zero artistic ability. Give me a messy closet or kitchen cabinet to clean and organize -- just don't ask me to be make something like a card or a craft.

drewmark19 said...

When I first came upon your blog, I felt like I was reading my own blog...we have alot in common! :) I forgot to mention something else we both have in common: I'm a PK too! (Although my dad didn't become ordained until I was married. Probably not quite the same experience as growing up as a PK.) Anyway, I really look forward to hearing how this interview goes. You'll be in my prayers on the 19th! Great cards by the way. It is such a fun way to express your creativity.

Markie's Mom said...

Great card! WOW!