Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Ok, I think I know what to do...or Do I?

My goal is to make one card a day before I leave.  Who knew it would be from parts left over from yesterday's left over parts.  I am determined to successfully, and without stress, be able to punch an entire page.  That's a 12 by 12....I'm improving, and if you don't look too closely, it looks pretty darn good.  I think I'd best put this punch away and revisit it when I return from vacation.  I'm just so pleased I had to share.  Martha, please forgive me for my horrid thoughts of yesterday....I must admit, this punch is habit forming.  I guess it's a better habit than smoking or drinking. 

Off I go for another day.  My son and his partner are coming on Saturday.  I guess I should clean house and put the card making away for a day....or two.  I think I'm trying make enough cards to get me through until I return in July.....I wonder if there are Card Anonymous meetings somewhere?

Dare I link yet another to Di's site?  Sure Why Not!  Check her out here....

Until later,
Mary Mac AKA:  Glitter Grammy

5 comments:

  1. Thats pretty impressive. Love the colours. Hugs Mrs A. No card from me yet this week as digging my way out of the garden after a 3 week holiday.
    Who planted all these weeds!!!

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  2. Gosh, I hope there isn't a Card Makers Anonymous! My friend says she is president of FSA--flat spaces anonymous, for people who fill up every available flat space with crafting goodies. I'm a member in good standing there! So is that a Martha punch for the body of your card?!!! If so, color me totally impressed! I know that is hard work. I can hardly get the border punches lined up right and they come with that handy dandy guide!

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  3. This is amazing! So beautifully done!

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  4. Ooh . . . and lovely in this colour too! Punch, punch, punch, snip, snip, snip . . . you're having a great time! xxx

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