Thursday’s Art Date, Mum

The Theme at Rain’s Garden this Thursday is to create with your birth flower. Mine is a Chrysanthemum which I was not happy with growing up. Mine was a boring brown flower and my sister got to be a beautiful rose. Now I know that they come in all kinds of colors and work great […]

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T stands for Roses, V and W, and Inchies

It’s Tuesday which means we share a drink along with something we’ve been up to lately at The Altered Book Lover. I’ve been weeding the rose bed and enjoying the rewards. The area needs work but some of the plants are doing very well, and they smell so good!. I’m having a Lemon Lime seltzer […]

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Birthday Rose

I’m thrilled to be the guest designer this month at Joy of Sets. Here is the Grid for the month of May: I chose Birthday, Roses and Tag for my card challenge. I picked the Rose Wonder stamp and die set from Stampin’ Up! to play with. I also used Pink Flamingo paper and several […]

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Tag Tuesday, T and U, and Friday Funnies

I made another tag for “Tag Tuesday” where the theme is anything goes. I recently joined back up with a site called Swap-bot. you create and exchange handmade items or letters etc. with other people regionally or internationally. I participated years ago, and decided to rejoin so I’d have some happy mail in my box. […]

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Signs of Spring, R and S

Thursday’s Art Date, and the theme is “Signs of Spring” The main image is part of a postcard which is a painting by William Hough. I added several other embellishments to create this journal page. I also completed “R” for Rainbow and “S” for Sarah, to whom this book is all about. That’s Sarah’s older […]

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T Day, O,P, and Q,TIOT, Inchie

Happy Tuesday everyone! At the Altered Book Lover we share a drink along with our latest weekly updates. Today I’m having a cup of throat coat. I enjoy the flavor and I find it helps with allergies. I also have a cup of Milton’s crackers that my husband found that are Gluten Free, salty, and […]

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Postcards, Letter M and N, Plus Friday Smiles

I found a collection of postcards at a yard sale years ago and Lisca at Scrapping cavewoman has reminded me of the find.  The study and collecting of postcards is called “deltiology.” Postcards were first printed in the 19th century, but it took some time for them to gain in popularity; many people did not […]

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