I guess I should have read this e-mail first. Glad to know you are doing so well and surviving the separation. Phone calls really help. Just fyi I am not the only one who missed you. Some other of my friends have commented that they wondered where you were. Have a great weekend. By the way you always make me smile.
Hey Lisa thanks for the comment on my fall card. I guess you are ok. I miss you when you disappear!!! Just saw my comment to you below. I meant I could pray. Oh dear what a difference one letter can make!!!
Hey Lisa!! I have not seen a card in the gallery from you in awhile. I remember that you hubby went over seas leaving you to combat the home front. Hope all is well and that you are still making your cards and just not posting on this forum. Would appreciate knowing that all is well with you and if not, I can prey. Kathy
You're hilarious, Lisa. "Old lady". Ha, ha, ha! I'll bet I'm at LEAST 20 or 30 years older than you are! Thanks for all your lovely comments on my most recent cards.
In order to make an impression on a card without cutting through it, you place the embossing mat down on your cutting plate first, then the card and then the die. I used to have a hard time remembering how to do it to. It's the opposite of the way we usually do it. Hope that helps. Hee, hee, hee. Imagine ME teaching YOU something! I gotta go write in my journal now!
Lisa, Thank you for such a lovely comment on my wedding card. It was the first wedding card I have made. I thought it turned out pretty good. I'm sure the gentleman at work I made it for will appreciate the fact that it was hand made and will be a keepsake in their albums.
At 12:19pm on September 14, 2011, Kathy Krug said…
Thanks Lisa for your comments on my cards. I liked that rainbow card too! It was a challenge for me to put something askew on a card. I had to force myself for this challenge. I guess that's why they call them challenges. Good to hear from you again. I'm busy with birthday cards and starting on christmas cards so I am not spending as much time on line. I must get back at looking at all those wonderful creations.
Hey, Lisa! I'm happy that Brendan got such a charge out of his monsters used in my card. He SO deserves some attention for his wonderful art. I'm glad I was able to get the ball rolling. Donna's cards were amazing, weren't they? I hope they're only the beginning. :-)