Friday, September 10, 2010

Happy Friday!

Hello Friends and Happy Friday to you! My office is moving today, so it's been kind of hectic getting all packed and ready around here, but I just had to sneak in a quick post I've been trying to post all week, but my camera has not been cooperating again! I have a few cards I made over the nice long Labor Day weekend, and every time I take pictures of them, they look great on my camera screen, then when I load them up on the computer, they are blurry! UGH! So, I'm sorry for the quality of this picture, it's not crisp and clean, but I will be sitting down this weekend and really figuring out my camera and all the settings!
And speaking about things I'll be figuring out this weekend...I'm about to get real fancy on ya'll, cause yesterday I got a Janome mini sewing machine in the mail! I have been wanting a sewing machine for quite a while, but was kind of waiting until I found a good deal. Then on Labor Day night, Okie posted on her blog about a sale ending that night at Hancock Fabrics for the sewing maching for $39.99 and Free Shipping! Woo Hoo, that was the deal I had been waiting for! So I ordered it, and was so surprised when I got home last night, and it had arrived already! So fast and just in time for the weekend! I'm so excited!

Here's todays fun little ditty:

Card is A2 size Easel Card.
Main image is die cut from Cricut Expression and Rock Princess cartridge.
Cardstock base and ribbon is Papertrey Ink, Raspberry Fizz.
Pattern Paper is from DCWV, Midnight Spell Stack.
In Center of Flower is Kaisercraft Black Pearl.

Side View:


I hope you liked today's card, and I always appreciate you stopping by!

Have a GREAT weekend!
{{{HUGS}}}
Jess

6 comments:

Belinda said...

How fun is this? Love the fun pattern and the pink just pops! :) And yay for a fun new toy! Hope to see more sewing from ya!

Beebeebabs said...

Very pretty card tfs!!!

flowerdisco said...

Jessica, you rocked the rock princess cart with this easel card. love it!

Marlene said...

Oooh...I love it! Very 70's!

Kristina H said...

Super cute card, love the colors and you can't go wrong with an easel card!

Gaby ~ Scrapabookaholic said...

Nice card!
I am one of the serenade ladies!
Can't wait to start!!
Ill start following you!