Thursday, November 12, 2009

I'm Baaaaaack!

Stamps: Pink Cat Studio Digi Paper: Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses Other: Nestibilities; Pewter snowflake from Bunny Zoe's shop; CTMH blush ribbon; Unknown white; Kaiser Pearls; Polar white Flower Soft; Sugar Sparkly Fluff; mini pom pom; Dazzling Diamonds Glitter
Copics:
Bodies: C10,7,5 His Hat/scarf thin stripes/mistletoe: G85,82 Scarf thick stripes: BG34
His beak and feet: YR18 Her coat and hood: R14, 12 01 Her beak:YR14 Card Measures 5x6.5







Hello! Thanks for coming back! I know that you think I fell off the planet...worse: The H1N1 virus struck! Between Strep throat and the "swine flu" we have been a bunch of sickies around here. I am glad to say that after nearly 2 weeks we are on the upswing to feeling better. Throw in that I had a throbbing tooth too and I was a very unhappy mommy! Needless to say, I was not feeling very creative most of the past 2 weeks. I also apologize for not having a new3 Clovers challenge up last week. I wasn't up to doing the big post. I also wanted to give the space to focus on little Henry and his family, as well as raising money for his memorial. I cannot imagine how devastating it is to lose a child. I don't want to imagine it. It is just so heartbreaking to think of. Pink Cast Studio has raised over a $1000 for Henry's memorial. If you still have not purchased an image you have until the end of the week.

I did perk up for a few hours last weekend and made a couple projects for today's Pink Cat Studio's digi release. Oh. My. Goodness! Melissa has oodles of fabby new digi images for you this week! My absolute fave is the one on the card above...little kissing penguins! Too sweet!! The penguins kissing idea was submitted by Nancy Davis in the ongoing PCS idea contest. So she got this image for free! You can submit your digi ideas and read about the deets HERE.

Nest up I made a candle sleeve with this Fun Santa! I don't know why, but he makes me giggle!
The thing I like about making these candle sleeves are they are quick and easy...but look nice. If you want to burn the candle, the sleeve can be slipped off.
Here are the deets for the candle:
Stamps: Santa digi image by PCS
Unk
nown Paper
Other: Nesties; Martha Stewart Double Scallop punch; Gold Liquid Pearl;
Polar white Flower Soft; Sugar Sparkly Fluff; some various Stickles to "decorate" the tree; White 6 inch Candle from Michaels Copics Used: Santa's Clothes/candy cane: R39,37,35,32 Christmas Tree/Candy cane: YG67,63, Mittens: G28 Face: Eoo belt:c10 buckle: y28 bird:B16,12

Here are a few more of this week's releases. To see them all click on the image below.


Thanks for stopping by today and have a HEALTHY Thursday!

20 comments:

Sally said...

Welcome back! Great card! That image is so cute.

Suzy said...

Welcome back. I miss you. I hope you all feel well now.

Nice card. This stamps are realy so cute.

Emily Leiphart said...

Kerry, I love how you pearlized the mistletoe! That snow dipping down beneath the penguins is so pretty! Love how Santa dresses up the candle!

Sharon Caudle said...

Awww...what a precious image! Awesome card Kerry! LOVE that paper!! hugs!

Basement Stamper said...

Great to see you back! Sorry you all were so sick but happy you all are on the upswing of things!

Great card, love those little penguins kissing and I love the candle!

Ida P. Krause said...

Welcome Back Kerry, I'm so glad you are feeling better but sorry to hear that you've all had the Flu and Strep Throat (not fun at all).

Totally Adorable, Sweet, Cute, and Fun all rolled into one. Love this card.
The Santa Sleeve is really cute too.

scrappinlil said...

Welcome back...so sorry to hear that you had the swineflu and strep throat and a toothache...I'm glad you are feeling better...and wow you did an excellent job on this card..I just love those adorable penguins and the santa sleeve for the candle does make me giggle too..TFS

Elena said...

So glad to see you are back and feeling better, Kerry!
Really sorry to hear about Henry's story... My heart is crying for him and his family...
Great challenge this week! Love your adorable card! Those penguins are the cutest!

Summerthyme Studio said...

Kerry, this is PRECIOUS!!!! I absolutely LOVE the colours in that DP!

Great card!

V

Kathy W said...

glad you are feeling better, great projects! like the touch of fluff

Danni said...

Glad you are feeling better. We're all still coughing and low on energy but better.
Love, love, love your penguin card the mostest! So very adorable!
Your candle is nice but the penguins have me...LOL!

Kimberly Gajewski said...

Glad to hear that you are doing better! You've been missed! These are terrific PCS projects! Love that candle sleeve! :D

Angelwood said...

I'm glad you're back and on the mend and sharing these awesome creations. Just love those adorable penguins and your candle is just fabulous!!! hugz, Angela

TexasGrammy said...

(((hugs))) & Welcome back!

And what an adorable project with which to return!! Darling stuff, Kerry!

~Bev

Tracey said...

So glad you are feeling better Kerry!! I love your card here! Such a cute image!! xx

Maria said...

Hi Kerry! Wow, your PCS projects are fantastic. I love the colors and dps on your penguin card. What a fabulous color for Christmas. Your candle is fantastic. What a fabulous way to use the image. It looks very elegant! As always, you did a wonderful job with this week's release!

Maria

Carolina said...

Gorgeous penguin card :)

Suzanne J Dean said...

Fabulously done Kerry--those penguins are so sweet with that BG papers! And dontcha' just love candle sleeves--yours is beautiful (I'm too chicken to try & melt the tissue into the candle--it can only end badly with me doing it, LOL)!

Hope you're feeling better!
hugz,
Suzanne

Mary C said...

Kerry I'm glad everyone is on the upswing! These penguins are adorable and those papers are some of my favorite BG's! Very Festive Kerry!

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