Hey there Crafty Neighbors! I think I'm finally recovered from our Think Pink crop this weekend. We had such a great time and we raised a lot of money to help in the fight against breast cancer. You can see more pictures from the event on our Facebook page. Now we're busy getting ready to head down to Houston for the Creating Keepsakes Convention there. I'm really looking forward to networking with a new bunch of crafters from that area and making some cute projects at the crops. It's going to be so much fun -- if the hurricane doesn't drown us! Looks like Harvey is set to make landfall in Corpus Christi, but we'll still be getting lots of rain in The Woodlands. So say a little prayer that we stay high and dry!
One of the reasons we are heading to Houston is to promote our Crafty Neighbor cruises. Sadly, we've had to cancel the September cruise for lack of interest, but we are still working on our February Brush Strokes in the Bahamas painting cruise (think "paint and wine parties"!) and our May Scrapbooking cruise to Jamaica and Grand Cayman. Both of these are 7-night cruises and they are going to be so much fun! We'd love to have you join us! Just send us an email.
So now that I've gotten all that out of the way, how about some cut projects? I have two for you today, to make up for my absenteeism of the last few months (did I mention I had a few surgeries?).
This first one is a card we made in our 3rd Wednesday Stamp Club meeting. Denise is our Stampin' Up! demonstrator and she always has the cutest projects! This one uses the new In Colors and the Eastern Beauty stamp set. I just love the Lemon-Lime Twist, and I'm so happy they finally have my favorite color!
This second project is a page I did in my Bible after watching the video from Tracey Pounds of The Little Blue House. You can watch the video here. After she made the video, Tracey hosted a napkin swap, and this was one of the napkin I received. In case you wonder about the verse or the prayer on the left page, my sister has been very ill since late June after she had open-heart surgery to repair her mitral heart valve, which was damaged by Rheumatic Fever when she was a child.
That's it for today. I'm working on some fun videos to show you very soon! Until then, keep crafting!