I did this using the Gina K stamp and markers. I think used my brush and turned it into watercolor.
Saturday, May 30, 2009
Friday, May 29, 2009
Here is a card I made using the flower soft. I had this image stamped and ready to go but I just hadn't finished it. My finished project. I am trying to get out of my comfort zone because I used multiple paper.
Thursday, May 28, 2009
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
I used one of the technique from Technique Junkies.
Monday, May 25, 2009
Sunday, May 24, 2009
I just purchased the graphic 45 - fashionista collection paper and I had to use this paper. I had a old stamp from Frantic Stamper and it was perfect. I used the Sketch Challenge from SCS 228.
I used my copic markers to color the ladies.
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Markers: Copic Markers, Stardust marker
Embellishments - Ribbon
I used my bow easy to make the bows. I love that tool because they come out the right size every time.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Monday, May 18, 2009
Saturday, May 16, 2009
You can find the information to the blog hop by going to Unity Stamp Blog.
Stamps - Unity KOTM April 2009
Paper - bazzill
accessories - gromment
Hop on to KY
Friday, May 15, 2009
You can find the information to the blog hop by going to Unity Stamp Blog. I had never done a acetate card.
Here is Day 1
Stamps - Unity KOTM March 2009
Paper - basic grey, Gina K Luxury paper
accessories - flowers
Have a Great Hop and go to
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Tuesday, May 12, 2009
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Saturday, May 2, 2009
Since I have two strokes , I think everyone should now how to spot a stroke because I had a bad headache and my bp is normal. I wish I had this information. This is from my Stroke Newsletter.
GIVE ME 5!
Is a simple way to check if someone is having a stroke.
Give Me 5!
1. WALK - IS THEIR BALANCE OFF?
Are they able to stand straight and tall? Or do they slump to one side?
Do they appear to have lost strength on one side of their body?
Are they leaning to one side when they try to walk?
Are they veering off to one side?
Are they dragging the foot on the side they are leaning toward? Can they tell you whether they can feel the side that they are leaning toward?
2. TALK - IS THEIR SPEECH SLURRED OR FACE DROOPY?
Are they having problems speaking?
Are they having problems "getting their words out?"
Do they sound like they have something in their mouth when they speak?
Are they saying the appropriate words (do their words make sense) when they speak?
Does one side of their mouth droop down?
3. REACH - IS ONE SIDE WEAK OR NUMB?
Ask the person to raise both their arms up together. Does one arm begin to fall down?
Ask the person to squeeze your fingers with each hand; is one hand weaker than the other?
If you ask the person to try to hold something like a pen, can they do it without any difficulty?
Can the person feel you touch them on their arm? Lightly touch them on the skin of both arms, and ask them if the feeling is the same on each.
4. SEE - IS THEIR VISION ALL OR PARTLY LOST?
Ask the person about their vision. Do they normally wear glasses or contact lenses, or do they normally not use either of these? Ask the person to try to describe any changes in their vision.
Is their vision clear?
Is it blurry?
Can they see everything in their field of vision? Does the person see everything or just part of the visual field?
Does the person see double?
5. FEEL - IS THEIR HEADACHE SEVERE?
Do they have a headache? On a scale of 1-10, 10 being the worst, ask them to rate their headache.
Do they normally have headaches? If so, is this headache any different from their usual headache?
Does this feel like the worst headache of their life?
Does light bother or hurt their eyes?
Does a sound or loud noise make the headache worse?
Don't wait. Call 9-1-1!
If you see even just one of these symptoms, even if it goes away, do not wait, call 9-1-1 immediately, this person may be having a stroke.
Happy Scrapbooking Day!!!