Hello sweet, dear readers.
I'm so excited to share a card using a new release from Sugar Creek Hollow with you. This week has been full of sneak peeks from the design team. Please take a moment to visit the store blog and the designer's blogs to learn more about them. You can find the list at the bottom of my post.
I've been married to hubby for 10 years in March and we are so lucky to have a little man in our life who is 3 and is my heart's joy. We have 3 furry pups that belong to us as well.
(and here I sit softly tapping the keys of my laptop, the blogging equivalent of twiddling ones thumbs)
I started stamping almost a decade ago too. And after taking a hiatus for about 5 years, I discovered it again once I became a stay-at-home mom. I love being able to take a peek at what other stampers are creating and share my creations too. I'm looking for 2010 to bring new ways to bless someone with the talents that the Lord has given me.
I am ♥ thrilled ♥ to be designing with the other girls at Sugar Creek Hollow. It's such a delight to be part of a group of women who love God - they inspire me every day, they lift me up every day. I know that it is a little gift from God to me to be part of something this special. I'd love to thank Tracy for selecting me to be part of her first team and the rest of the girls for their love, support and creativity. They are so amazingly, awesomely talented.
Besides stamping, I love to read. Growing up I always had my nose buried in a book. I'll read just about anything if I'm bored enough. I used to be strictly a mystery (Nancy Drew or Trixie Belden anyone) or romance (I like knowing there is a happy ending one the last page) girl until I took a Juvenile Literature class in college. We were required to read every genre out there it opened up whole new worlds to me. While Science Fiction isn't the first thing I reach for, I no longer turn my nose up at it. Lately I've completely wrapped up in what I think of as "guy" lit -- Tom Clancy, James Patterson and those Sue Grafton alphabet murders. Sudoku is one of the coolest games. Mahjong also - if I could find a handheld version of that to play in bed I'd be a happy girl.
I'm way too analytical, fiercely loyal until you break my heart for 478th time, and really good at keeping secrets. I have bad traits too but I don't feel like sharing them today. LOL!
This quilting set was such fun to work with. There are so many ways to use this set.