Thursday, August 18, 2011

DYSU challenge

Here is my card for the "Thank You" challenge at Do You Stack Up.
I went to Joanns today and found the punch on clearance that I used on the green paper. Also got the background paper for 10 cents! I love these little mice....they remind me of my niece Olivia, and her brothers, Connor & Hunter. So cute just like the mice...lol!

Hoping to work on more cards tomorrow. I have to finish scrubbing the kitchen floor ( its linoleum, and you know how dirt gets down in those little pockets and you have to scrub it on your hands and knees...ugh), work out, run to grocery store, make stuffed peppers and get ready for Missions conference at church.
I am going to start working in the nursery at church. It is one area they have a need right now. The nursery director said my being there now is perfect timing as one lady is out....just had a baby, and another is due the first of September. God's timing is perfect, and I am so happy to have a place to serve God while I'm in Kentucky.
Looking forward to great meetings at the missions conference! The Marcos family will be there. Our church supports them and I have some cards made for Mrs. Marcos. This is my favorite way to serve with these card....making them for missionaries!
OH, the ladies are having a silent auction at church Sunday night. They are asking for donations. I wonder if a set of cards would sell?

3 comments:

Sandy said...

I love these mice too! IT's that time of year to get some of these cute Fall images out and use them. I know it's not Fall yet but we have to make cards ahead of time, right? I can't believe I was seeing Fall things out at Walmart the other day. I'm still hanging on to the end of summer even though the Fall is my favorite time of year!

Hope the Missions Conference is going well and you enjoy the nursery!

WencheP said...

Beautiful card. Love the image, great coloring. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche

JOAN said...

Great card! Love your coloring. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

Joan

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