Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Itty Bitty Bobby

Stamps: sentiment from Memory Box; This is a digi image from Pink Cat Studio 
Paper: My Minds Eye Colorful Christmas collection.
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black,
Other: Nesties curved rectangles, Kaiser Plum pearls; Martha Stewart snowflake punch and border punch; random buttons; pomegranate colored ribbon; unknown pewter snowflake charm; Stickles champagne glitter; Ivory Flower Soft; Glitter; Diamond Dust by Twinklets
Copics used:  Candy Cane: R89,85,83   Clothes: YG07,05,03  Skin: E11,00,000  Cheeks: R11,20    Swing:  E37, 34, 31  Hair: E37  Gift: BG49/YR18
Background: B00, B0000
Card Measures 6x6

2 days
in row and I am doing these late day posts. Usually I like to have my posts up bright and early. But that means typing them the night before. But I am trying to get bed earlier than I have been. Going to bed at 3am and getting up at 6:45 does not make for a happy mommy. During the day I blog when/if I can. With a "curious" 2 (almost 3) year old around it makes it rare to have a good 1/2 hour to type up some coherent thoughts. Particularly since Maeve likes to do such things like cut her own hair, pilfer other peoples things and hide them in her ever present panda backpack, take empty water gallons and fill them with baby wipes, draw with marker on our leather couches, tattoo herself with said markers, rub lotion (think 1/2 the tube) all over her body, apply band aids to herself and her "babies"...15-20 is usually sufficient, squeeze the juice out of juice boxes and finger paint with it....so on and so on. And if she is tired from doing all of that she likes to "nuggle" (snuggle) with me. I know she sounds like a little terror....and she is...but she is also so sweet and lovable that it is enjoyable to just be with her. Anyone who has had or has toddlers know that they say and do funny things all day long!  Maeve is my 3rd and likely last "baby.  I try to savor these moments.    Earlier today she was outside playing with out Pygmy Goats, Pebbles and Boots.   Actually, she let them out of their gated area.   :P  She loves them!   Here's a few pics of my little Goat Girl.

Are these holiday images from Pink Cat Studio super cute or what?!   Apparently PCS will be adding new images every week!!   How cool is that!?  And you can resize these to fit your chosen  layout or preference.    Cool Beans!   oooops!  

BTW- I know my blog might be looking rather rough at the moment....but I tried changing something and didn't realize that it would change EVERYTHING.   :P   At this point I have been on and off the computer for HOURS trying to finish this post!  I have things to do and will fix it tonight or tomorrow....so please forgive me for any inconvenience  you experience during renovations.  Due to renovations, I will share Goat Girl pictures at a later date.  ;)

Have a Delightful Evening!! 


Debbie Fisher (debbiedee) said...

this is sooooo sweet!

Pia said...

Love it Kerry! I enjoy the Maeve stories too!

Pia said...

Love it Kerry! I enjoy the Maeve stories too!

margie c said...

What an adorable card! I love your colorng and the different papers you used!!! Cute!!!
TFS :*)
~ margie

btw! I have a 3yo too! and his new thing is hiding everything important under things, like keys, money, cell phones! LOL!
Gotta love them :)

Danni said...

Very cute!! Love the Maeve stories...been there...done that. Now we have 5yr old and 8 yr old stories, oh my! LOL!

Shirley N said...

I saw you first on Splitcoast and then stopped by to visit your blog. Your cards are beautiful and I especially like that you display the copic colors that you used. This helps beginners like me! Thanks!

Sue from Oregon said...

Fun image...and loved the "goat girl" stories!

tanjascraps said...

Thank you! This card just put a smile on my face... too cute

Moni said...

So gorgeous card, love it! Hugs,moni

Scrappinangler said...

Great sketch and beautiful card! :)

Summerthyme Studio said...

This is PERFECT!!!!


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