Sunday, March 24, 2013

We have been hit with another snow storm here in Kansas City. That groundhog should be fired!! :)
A view from my back porch of the deck.

Those poor birds!  Good thing we have another feeder that they can get to.
 My magnolia tree - that should be getting ready to bloom.  It usually is in full bloom at Easter.

A view from the front porch.

It has been a good day to stay indoors.  So I'm taking advantage of the day by catching up on some long over due cleaning and baking.  And... blogging - something I seem to have trouble keeping up on.  I started to work on my next Shabby card class for Remember This, but I just don't have all the things I need here at the house.  So I thought I'd post some pictures of projects I've done.
These are from a mini album I did using the new Graphic45 Secret Garden line.  It turned out really cute.

This cute little spool is in Wendy Vecchi style.  The class was yesterday morning.  I really enjoy getting all inky and grungy.  Thanks to the Ranger Craft scrubby - the ink comes right off the fingers.

This darling little Easter Cottage was quite the hit this last week.  The picture just doesn't do it justice.  You must see it in person to appreciate the details. The cute little eggs are from an Easter wreath of Melissa's that I cut apart.  Thanks Mel!!

This printers tray was a favorite of mine.  I used the new Prima Engraver paper - a beautiful line of paper.  Prima has some really great lines this year.  The girls at RTRT really enjoyed this class too.

This cute little paper sack album was also a very popular class.  We offered it for Girls Night Out in February.  My sister Annette and I put it together one day when she was visiting me at the store. I sure do miss having her around.

I just finished a new little flip album by Crate Paper called Maggie Holmes.  When I saw this line at CHA I knew I was going to have to do some fun things with it.  It was so much fun putting it together.  I hope the girls from RTRT will love it as much as I.  The class will be Saturday April 13th at 10am.  I will get some pictures of it tomorrow and try and post them here asap.  (Don't hold your breath on that one though!)
You can also visit our store website at where you can see previous and upcoming classes.  We have so many new and exciting things that are going to be happening for us at RTRT.  We just celebrated our first year in business last month and we have so much more to look forward to.  I thank the Lord for bringing this into my life and pray He will continue to bless us as we move forward.   I am truly blessed to be part of something that brings so much joy to my life.

I'm hoping that Easter Sunday will bring warmer, more spring like weather.
Have a Blessed Palm Sunday everyone!


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