Thursday, March 27, 2008

March club projects

Good Morning!

Here are the club projects we made for March. The first card uses the Faux Silk technique, new HPH sliders and Embrace Life stamp set. OH, also the new poly twill chocolate ribbon.




The second project everyone made this cute little box. (Thank you to Marcella for sharing the directions at our last team meeting). Each lady made 2 3x3 scratch n' sniff cards to go into the box as well. I love this Tart n' Tangy set - so bright and cheerful!





Lastly here is Chris and the girls new hobby. HOCKEY! They really have gotten into playing ball hockey with Daddy this week. If its raining then they play in the garage. Chris went out and bought a hockey net, and junior sticks. He had to go back though and return 2 of the right handed sticks as both Megan and Kylie shoot left handed. They are actually outside right now playing so I have peace and quiet :) We're thinking of putting Megan in Ringette so if you have any experience with that sport or thoughts please feel free to leave a comment.
Off to unpack a Stampin' Up box full of goodies!
Happy Stampin'
Kerry

4 comments:

Shakadal said...
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Anonymous said...

Can't wait to try the Tart and Tangy set with these little cards and gift box. What a great idea!
Sorry I missed the club night.
Lynn

Louise said...

Looks good! Love the Tart and Tangy set. Can't wait to use my little flower slider hardware too :) Nice that the girls like hockey - fun times with daddy!

Anonymous said...

Hi there! Love your blog, lots of neat projects.
Just wanted to respond to your question about ringette. Its a wonderful sport for girls, and a great way to keep them active. My daughter started when she was about 6 or 7, and still plays, at a competative level now. In fact, her team just won a major Canadian championship several weeks ago. You won't regret putting her in ringette, its a great sport to encourage their skating skills, and a very team oriented game, more so than hockey. Good Luck! :-)