So my Monday only has 52 minutes left in it and I realized I never wrote a post for the first Make It Monday. Had a bit of a crazy weekend, which included a call Saturday night from the mom of the son Dart was spending the night with. He tripped and hit the corner of her coffee table, while she was cleaning the cut up, he passed out on her. We are heading to the doctor bright and early in the morning. I'm hoping they will be able to give us some answers as to why this is happening(this is the 2nd time in a little over a month that he has hit his head, not major blows and passed out).
I do want to share a few things I made last week. Right now I'm sketching ideas for cards I want to make for Mother's Day gifts. I am also working on editing pictures I took on Saturday for a very good friend at her son's First Communion.
I love reading and usually have several books going at once, therefore I need lots of bookmarks. These however were not made for me, made these for the PTA President at my sons' school who is leaving us after this year. Her family is avid readers and unfortunately she didn't get the bookmarks...her daughters stole them before she could even claim one.
If you are working on something right now, leave me a comment, I love seeing what others are crafting.
Monday, April 26, 2010
With Mother's Day just around the corner are you looking for something different for the women in your life that they will love and could even pass on to others? I think snail mail, especially of the happy kind is becoming a lost art. Part of the reason is email is so easy, but another I think is the cost of cards in a store, especially if you are sending them "just because". Why not give mom or the other women in your life a set of greeting cards? We can do themes of all kinds from traditional holidays to those just saying hi. With so many people trying to conquer clutter and in general have less stuff a set of greeting cards would be a wonderful gift.
Here's just a few cards I've made recently(gave them to a friend of mine and she almost lost them to her daughters).