Monday, February 22, 2010

Farm Fresh Friday on a Monday


Here is a card I made for The Greeting Farm's Farm Fresh Friday color challenge. The color scheme was Groovy Guava, Kraft and Chocolate. I really like how these colors look together. I made this into a birthday card for my Grandmother.

Here is a close up of Geisha Anya:
Recipe: Geisha Anya stamp by The Greeting Farm, PTI Pretty Pastels designer paper Stampers Select White and Dark Chocolate cardstock, SU! Kraft, Groovy Guava cardstock, Janome Sew Mini Sewing Machine, SU! Eyelet border punch, SU! Groovy Guava double stitched ribbon, Prima pearls, flower and butterfly punchies and button from stash, CAC Pinafore computer font, Copics used:

And here are some more pictures of my little sweetheart, my 3 week old baby neice Ava! I got to spend lots of quality time with my best friend Gina and her daughter on Saturday. I love being an " Auntie". I have no siblings, so this is the closest I will really get to having a neice. I got lots of hands on practice with holding her, making bottles, folding baby clothes, and quieting a fussy baby. Poor little nugget had the hicups. I think she has figured out how to get us to come running to her bassinet too. About every three minutes or so she would spit out her pacifier and we had to come over to put it back in her mouth. She has us wrapped around her little newborn fingers! Next time I have to learn to bathe her and change her diaper...(Ava had mercy on me and was nice enough not to soil her diaper while I was there!)

1 comments:

NikkiNix said...

Don't you just love babies... siiiigh....

Girl, you are an awesome Copic colourer!! I love watching what you create so I've become a follower so I won't miss anything ;)

Thanks so much for leaving a lovely comment on my blog; I thought you'd enjoy seeing what else I have been up to... I am so pleased to launch a new blog - http://prettylittlepalettes.blogspot.com/ and I hope you'll join me there for some fun!

Sincerely,
Nikki Morrell
http://prettylittlethingstocut.blogspot.com

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