Card making, rubber stamping techniques and project videos for papercrafters

just realized we can blog here as well as my original one, so here we go.

in 2002 started making cards,and then quit but just making one here and there.  Was actually making candles and soaps and doing shows every week.  Then got other work but still did the candles and soaps.

Exactly two years ago hubby work up one morning (two days after a fall) partially paralyzed, was hospitalized for 6 months, and our lives did a complete turn about.

The card making came back into being in dribs and drabs until I have to do something with it every day. Between it and my we furry feline helpers, my sanity mostly stayed in tact :)

My greatest supporter and critic is my hubby, and my two helpers are the two wee 5 pound felines who think that they are so special (don't know why)   They don't meow.  One "quirks" and periodically has a "blankie" and the other squeaks like a new puppy.  and uses the washroom.  Quite a wee pair of characters.

So.  that is why i got back to the cards, not crazy about the reason to have to keep busy, but it brought me back to something loved doing, this wonderful site, and the people here.


Love the products Gina k has, waiting for another order.  Yeah !! and will have to start posting here. 


ttyl  have a good one. 

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Comment by Shari Moore on July 1, 2011 at 4:45pm

have been busy making but not anything too great, just not what I want the finished products to look like, but it will come together.  posted a few new pix, and just waiting for the swap on yahoo to finish so can post the ones sent out.  

Have a super long weekend all.   We are celebrating today, and you guys on Monday. 

Comment by Shari Moore on July 1, 2011 at 4:44pm

wow.  mine are only 5 and 5.5 pounds each, but they sure can let you know they own the home.

Isn't t great to be able to stamp and do the cardsl  

My wee girls have "treats" in an upper cabinet separate from the kitchen, but the leader found a way to try and open the door this am, while the wee one stood guard.  could not believe it when seeing what they were up to.  

Comment by Robin Burgeson on June 30, 2011 at 6:09pm

I've had to do a bit of stamping to maintain my sanity over the years also.  I hope your husband was able to get his sensation back.  And it sounds wonderful that he is such a great supporter.  My husband is also a great cheerleader, and he keeps me going.

We have 3 cats.  One of them meows incessantly when it's time to eat.  One meows for treats when I happen by him.  The female "bops" me with her paw in the morning if she thinks it's time for food.  Or, if that doesn't work, she just keeps jumping on me.  Last time I weighed her ( a few pounds ago methinks), she was 14 pounds!

Comment by Shari Moore on May 14, 2011 at 5:09pm
oops here
Comment by Shari Moore on May 14, 2011 at 5:08pm
yup.  you got to love them.  posted a pic of them on my original blog that you can check them out on. it is here
Comment by Karen Shirey on May 14, 2011 at 1:57pm

Oh Shari, Your dear hubby.  Bless his heart! and yours too, I know it is stressfully difficult for you. It was maybe not a good way to get back into your hobby, but we are thankful that you have joined us here.

My husband and I have cats as well, 2 males and 1 female.  One of ours occasionally has a 'binkie' (blanket) too.  We think he was taken from his mommy too early and needs that extra comfort..  Our female is the only one that actually 'meows'  she is quite the little talker.  The males just make a 'ma' sound once in a while.

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