Tuesday, April 19, 2011

This "Thank You!" is For All of My Readers

For a few years now I've been reading various stamping blogs.  Sometimes I wondered, "How do these
people find the time to blog?"  It seemed obvious that some bloggers don't carry the same family responsibilities that I do.  We're all at different stages in our lives.  I can barely get the laundry done and dinner on the table every night!  How would I find time to blog???  Still, I felt the need to challenge myself.  So about six months ago, I took the plunge.  For me, blogging is manly an online record of the projects I've made.  No more hoarding those pretty cards!

After I started I thought, "What did I get myself into?"  It's just a blog.  No one is judging me.  I can contribute as much or as little as I want.  I kinda compare it to the story "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" which lately Clarice wants to hear every night before bed. 

Some bloggers post every day.  That's not for me. 
Some only post once a month or less.  That's not enough for me. 
Some post once a week or so.  That's just right for me.

This card is a "Thank You" to all of my readers.  I sincerely appreciate all the comments you've left me over the last several months.  They mean a lot to me.  And they keep me motivated to continue blogging : )

This is the card that I did for the make-n-take at Kim's workshop last week.  I got the idea from Debra Burgin .  The card is almost identical to the one that she created.  Thank you, Debra!  The card features the Four Frames stamp set available this month as a "Sneak Peak" from the new catalog that will be released in July.  I love how this frame image coordinates perfectly with the roses in the Elements of Style stamp set.

Stamps: Elements of Style. Four Frames, Fabulous Phrases
Paper: Whisper White, Night of Navy
Ink: Night of Navy
Accessories: White Organza ribbon, Decorative Label punch, dimensionals

It's not quite noon yet, but I'd better stop blogging and think about what to make for dinner, LOL!

Happy stamping!


1 comment:

bensarmom said...

Susan this is gorgeous! I may have to CASE it!