Monday, July 2, 2012

Uncle Johnny, Please Come See Me!!

Max and I are finally are settled in our new home.  We love our home.  Jacob stays with us 3 days a week.  I have my very own craft room.  Of course, there's a tv in it so we chill out in it.  I'll include a picture of it.  I put pictures of my place on Facebook.

Today, we were relaxing after our Sunday nap when Max told me he wanted to send a card to Uncle Johnny (my brother who rescued him).  He wanted to let Uncle Johnny he wanted him to come see him.  Max appreciates Johnny for taking him out of a bad situation and bringing him to me.  He let me know how he wanted it to look so I tried to please him.  This is what we came up with.

Card Recipe:
A2 Card Base
Paper - DCWV Textures and Finishes
Labels - Image on the Imagine Machine
Puppy & Other Images - Close To MY Heart A Bowwow Stamp Set 
Puppy colored with Promarkers - Red, Cool Gray 1

Here is a picture of my Craft Room.  I was so embarrassed as I was moving to have so much paper and supplies.  If I made cards from now until I die, I will never use it all up.  Why am this way????

Thank you for stopping by today.  This transition has taken some time but hopefully we will find the purpose God has for us here.  God Bless You!!!! Peggy


  1. Cute card. That Max is so sweet.

  2. Your card is so cute I am sure Uncle Johnny will love it. Your craft room is beautiful. I am very envious of people who have a craft room. I have a tiny home do my crafting in my dining room. I also have a lot of supplies especially papaer and keep saying no more paper. But sometimes can't resist a sale. (LOL) I live within 30 min. of AC Moore, Michaels, Joann and Hobby Lobby
    And they all honor one another coupons except Hobby Lobby.
    Congratulations on moving into your new home.

    Bethlehem, PA

  3. Oh Peggy, this card is just precious! I know what you mean about the supplies. I ask myself why am I this way all the time. I am starting to wonder if I need to make a will just for my crafting supplies. Hee! Hee! I have friends that would love them and family that wouldn't have a clue what to do with them. Hee! Hee!


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