Hope everyone has had a great Thanksgiving. We had an awesome one. Family from out of town, delicious food, and Jimmy & I went to the Eagles game. Totally awesome game. He and I enjoyed the game from the Club Suite seats and they are the best way to see the game. Now if only I can get my hands back on the Pom-Poms! LOL
I absolutely love the new Stampin' Up! Fall-Winter 2008 Catalog. Lots of great stamps and wonderful ideas. You can download the online catalog here.
Last night Stephanie & Cynta stopped by and we had an impromptu craft night, lots of fun and laughing going on, and they each got a chance to walk away with there own catalog....contact me to find out how you can get your very own and a free set of stamps.
Soon it will be time for our monthly "Sistahs in Scrapbooking" crops, and I am really excited about those. I have a few things planned for the months to come, and I think it will be a lot of fun!
Happy Stampin & Scrappin'
P.S. My Eagles are playing the Panthers tonight and they just scored another touchdown....Fly Eagles Fly! What a win 24-13 in the rain!
It's good to see # 5 roll out of the pocket. Pre-Season is here...Despite "Da Eagles" lost to the Steelers 16-10, it was great finally seeing some football being played. Congrats to Brian Westbrook on signing his new contract and taking the nite off!
Fly Eagles Fly!!
So while watching the game this was my beverage of choice....luv a nice cold one!
Oh and before I forget...I wanna share these with you. I bought a set of Prisma alcohol inks back in the Spring and I really haven't had the chance to play with them until now. I am luvin' the idea of "coloring". It reminds me of coloring in my coloring books as a child. This is the first time that I have used them...let me know what you think....
I am lovin' the new song "Magic" by Robin Thicke...something about those horns. Now if I can only figure out how to link it. Thanks Steph for helping a sistah out with this link.
Hope you had a wonderful weekend, mine was busy. I went to the Creating Keepsakes Convention and had a wonderful time. Although I did not take any classes there was plenty oppurtunity to shop. It seemed as though there were more vendors than in years past, and the lines were not too terrible. Ran into many of my "Sistahs in Scrapbooking" and met many more new faces. All in all it was lots of fun.
After attending CKC I was inspired to come home and work on a few things...I haven't scrapped in so long, nor make any cards, but I managed to crank out a few...here's a peek.