photo dump

Saturday, March 13, 2010

I got my new memory card reader, yay! So as promised, here you go:

I took Sasha out in the snow. The coldness didnt bother her, but the depth of the snow did, so she stayed near the house.

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Maya checked out Tofers new bookcases.

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The evil damage caused by an even more evil pothole…

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Experimentation with different styles and fabrics for bookcovers. I finally got the pattern and specifics worked out. I am out of practice mode, and they look really great (much better than these below). Check back soon for a tutorial!

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Some birthday cards I made, using my Cricut and the Wild Card cartridge.

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This weekend, ill post more on the other crafts I made.

 

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1 Comment

  1. ruthy

    your kitties look too cute w/ their winter coats (not that they didn’t look cute before, but you know i’m partial to the long haired kitties). AND i’m jealous you have a cricut, AND i feel your pain, i had to replace 2 tires already this winter… and my tires aren’t even that old! 🙁 did i tell you about the screwdriver story? ugh, that’s for a long email.

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