August 20, 2008

Some of my favorites...



Well, I haven't had a whole lot of time to stamp this week, so I decided that for today, I'm going to pull out a few of my favorites from my 'archives' *wink*

So, here goes...
This one I made for my hubby for our anniversary in 2006 (I told you I was in the archives!!) This was my first time using watercolorpaper, and I just LOVE it! I used a combination of SU!s watercolor crayons (for the focal image) and the background was done with re-inkers...

Next up...'P is for Princess'

Back when Lauren started blogging, she held a contest to use Alexa's set from Missy B Designs (you can find her store in my 'Where I shop links on the left...I still haven't figured out how to link in my posts! *blush*) Here was my submission, that was eventually delivered to Miss Alexa herself!

The set consists of a cute lunch box tin, a journal, a tiara (of course!) and a matching fuzzy maribou pen :)

Now...onto just a few months ago...can you believe *I* got an honorable mention from THE Nichole Heady?!?!?! WOWZA did THAT make my day! I just *love* PTI, and when the Out on a Limb set came out...I couldn't WAIT to get my hands on it, to make this very card...



This is a photo of my 2nd daughter's hand in mine a week or so after she was born...she's almost 11 mos old now, her hand looks so tiny! This card was eventually sent off to a new Mommy, as I think the saying is just perfect!

I think that's it for today...if I actually get to stamp, maybe I'll have something fresh for tomorrow!!

Thanks for stopping by!

3 comments:

Renee V. said...

Tracey -
I love all your oldies but goodies - especially the PTI Out on a Limb. That one is just so sweet.
Great job blogging! I know how to insert a link, it's just too hard to describe, kwim. Hopefully you'll get it figured out or I can give you a jingle later this week?
Hugs!

Amy H said...

Tracey - I agree with Renee. I love the pictures you posted, but the Out on a Limb card - my absolute favorte!!

mcbetty said...

So fun and sweet to have our memories refreshened. Thanks for posting these.