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I am working my way backwards, lol! I finished five cards today for April and have the pics to upload later for January, Feb and March cards. Then I am all caught up, yeah!! What a busy first three months of the year this has been!
I finally finished my April CCC11 cards. Thanks again to Vikkijo for keeping this challenge going. My poor old, just about to expire computer is being agreeable so I will get this one into the gallery. It just seems to have strange days - must be a male computer
Mine isn't old but it has it's days, too. Mine is a dial-up issue I only have to deal with one more week!!!!!!
Kelly, hope the weather breaks for you. We've been lucky enough to have decent weather while other areas of the state had a lot of snow the other day.
I had a little bit of a break today. As of this morning, we've had 14" of rain since last Thursday morning. Yeah us! And I just heard the thunder rumble again so I'm off of here for the night. I'll catch up on everyone else's cards soon.
Marilyn, one of our Facebook friends, asked how this month compares to life in Seattle – the place we all assume to be a really rainy city. Well, Marilyn – prepare to be surprised. According to NOAA , Since January 1st, Seattle has had 17.65 inches of rain, and 3.32 inches in April alone. But we Cincinnatians? Try 23.24 inches of rain since January, 11.32 inches since April 1st.
Don't really want to be ahead of you folks in the Seattle area on this one...
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Today's F4A challenge kick-started me into creating a card, and it was so easy that I made another 3 to make up my quota. With the bonus that after having made the first one, I realised that I could cut the smaller black and white layers from inside the larger one and make them much more economical to produce . Simply Layered by 4
here is my card for april - i made 6 of these. wasn't sure if i would get to april since the birth of our first child earlier this month. Sleep and motherhood took over but today I felt up to a bit of card making inbetween feeding
I actually finished mine weeks ago but forgot to photograph them and upload them. As it is, my phone isn't cooperating (well, I let my battery die) and now I'm losing daylight so I don't have a picture of all 9. Yes, once again I did one extra this month.
aka Sue. Or Sue-odd.
No blog for me. My gallery chronicles my card-making successes and mishaps.
Talk about waiting until the last minute... life kinda got in the way.. between the kids spring break, tornadoes, auctions and what not. I just kinda forgot. Tonight as I sat here, I thought.. "oops, I need to make some more Christmas cards"... I went and counted what I had made.. 4, that was all. The cards I made are kinda work it as you go kinda cards.. I picked paper, a stamp and then just went from there.. I like how they turned out.
In 31 days from now our packers arrive to pack our household up.. we are moving from NC to TX. May might be the last month I can make cards until August.. we aren't signing in to Ft. Bliss until the last week of July or even the first week of August.