(And it was so funny that Erin's sister thought it was quite odd that she was being picked up at the airport by someone she'd never met before & spending the entire day together. Ha. It never occurred to me that it wouldn't go great! And this is the closest to internet dating either of us have ever gotten. chuckle.)
First stop: Impress in Southcenter!
And look at that kraft & My Mind's Eye display!May Arts Prima Ribbonistas next to a heavenly display of May Arts ribbon!
~amy~! We all enjoyed The Old Spaghetti Factory in Seattle!
(and yes, I'm aware that my hair looks awesome like this. I always throw it up so I don't glue it to something, or light it on fire- but I'm not usually photographed while I'm crafting. I'm usually in yoga pants & wool socks too, so I guess this pic could be worse...!)
Carbon Copied style! :) I'll be posting mine soon!
Now, since I don't have the cards ready from yesterday, thought I'd share a Valentine I made for Hadley! :) This was actually an assignment sent home by her teacher- it was a heart we were to decorate & send back to be displayed. I might have gone a little crazy, but she is absolutely worth it, and the smile on her sweet little face when she saw it is etched in my heart. gah.
I used some pp from my stash, pleated some pink crepe paper & added some gorgeous May Arts lace.*swoon* I used my cricut to cut this sweet image in vellum (a child's year cart.). Oh, and I added some May Arts satin to hang it by, so it wouldn't have a giant staple in the middle of it.
PaperMuse last week. Some tiny letters (PTI) spell out her name & it is held up with little pearls.
Moxie Fab World Cool Tools Die Cutting challenge too! :)
I have to say, this was such a great day! Erin was so much fun to spend the day with! I really do hope we get to do it again! (Maybe for a crafty weekend!!!) I have a grin from ear to ear just thinking about it!
Thanks for stopping by- I hope you enjoyed the adventure!