Sunday, April 27, 2008

A sketch, today's FS, and a thank you

Happy Sunday, everyone! I have to show you something my oldest daughter (aka "Peanut") drew up for me last night. She made me a picture of my screen name on SCS. How cool is that?? A bee....lounging on a peanut! I love the little smile on his face....kinda ornery, LOL!

Thank you, "Peanut." I LOVE it and I know you worked really hard on it. Your drawing talent amazes me! Mwah!

Did you know my SCS screen name is a combination of the nicknames I have for my daughters? Peanut is what I used to call my oldest daughter when she was little. She's 19 now so I haven't called her that in a while, but she'll always be my matter how old she gets. Bee is what I call my youngest daughter because her very first Halloween costume was a bumble bee. She's been my "Bee" ever since....maybe it's because she's always "buzzing" around too (3 years old).

Today's featured stamper on SCS is my friend Michelle (sf9erfan)! How totally exciting! Congratulations, Michelle!!!!!!!! Here's her card that I chose to CASE. I kept the same layout, floral theme, and ran my ribbon across the top of the card. I just used different stamps, satin ribbon, changed the colors, and added some crystals.

Recipe ~
Stamps: Papertrey Ink Garden of Life and Paper Tray, SU Hugs & Wishes
Paper: Papertrey White, PTI Berry Sorbet
Ink: Berry Sorbet, Old Olive
Accessories: Berry Sorbet Satin Ribbon, Swarovski Crystals

I also wanted to give a quick shout out to my friend, Silke (sparklegirl), who gave me an award on her blog yesterday!! That was an incredibly nice surprise. Thank you, Silke! I'll be sure to post a picture of the award in a few days or so. I have to put some thought into who I want to pass the award onto.

Thanks for stopping by my blog!!


Carolyn King said...

that card is beautiful! love those flowers!

What a fantastic drawing by your dd! I used to call my 11 yo peanut too....she is not such a peanut anymore. Your dd is very should have that made into a stamp for the back of your cards!

Judy Rozema said...

What a neat gift to you!! I noticed your new avie on SCS today, and I am glad to read the story behind it! Darling little drawing!

Your card is just lovely -- beautifully done!

Janice M said...

WOW! Your DD is very taleted! Great drawing! Love the card also, can't wait to "use" that set!

JenMarie said...

Oh, your DD is sooo talented, this is just absolutely FABULOUS!

Love your card too!!

Pam's Pride said...

Awesome drawing! Your DD is very talented!

Tami Grandi said...

very cute! Love the drawing and the card!

Laura (scrapnextras) said...

Wow, your daughter is extremely talented! Great job and great story! I always am curious about where some screen names come from!

Your card is fabulous! Love the colours and design..fabulous case of Michelle's work!

Karen W said...

Thanks for the ideas this is so pretty

LeAnne said...

Congrats on your award! That is so cool! Ya know, I was looking at SCS yesterday and this card caught my eye, and sure enough, there was your name!!! You have a style that always catches my eye! Very nice, clean card, I love it!

Sandy said...

Your daughter is very talented and thanks for explaining how you came up with your SCS name.

Gorgeous card Denise!! Love the colors and that set seems so versatile.

Anonymous said...

First off I'd like to say that I love the drawing your daughter made you! What a fabulous job she did!!!
Also your card you made for the Featured Stamper is so sweet! I love the clean, crisp look of it. The colors are so pretty! You always do such a nice job, Denise!


Anonymous said...

Denise - I have left you a comment yesterday and I don't know what happened to it???

Anyway - here we go again....Your daughter's drawing is soooo cute!!! She has done a wonderful job with it!!! She definitely get's that talent from her mom...LOL!!!

The card you have made for Michelle is FANTASTIC!!! I love the PTI set you have used and all the gorgeous colors too!!! This card is right up my alley!!! Well done!!!

jjcreations said...

This is beautiful...crisp, clean and bright for spring. Joan

Anonymous said...

Wow! Your daughter is so talented! This is awesome!!