Good morning, and welcome! Did you get a chance to enjoy the SNSS Blog Hop yesterday? I sure hope so, because if you didn't, then you missed some fabulous creations and LOTS of inspiration!! By now you know the exciting news that Sweet -n Sassy Stamps has gone all digital. This will allow SNSS customers to have even more of their wonderful images in their hands even faster! How awesome is that? The click of a button, and you have new stamps ready for all your papercrafting needs. You will also notice that I have made the transition from the Sweet -n Sassy Stamps DT to the Sweet -n Sassy Digi Divas. There's so much creative talent on this team, and I look forward to working with and getting to know all of these amazing ladies! All of this excitement, and yet, there's more...
I was contacted by Tracey from The Stamping Boutique on Sunday, to let me know that I had been chosen to be a part of The Stamping Boutique Design Team. Woohoo!! I'm thrilled for the opportunity to work with their images, and I can't wait to get started. Please check out the links in my side bar to all the DT blogs. Oh my goodness!! I promise you will be wowed by everything you see along the way!!!
Now on to the Recipe Challenge for this week...
If you hop over to The Recipe Challenge Blog, you will find that our challenge for this week is a fondue recipe. I have to be honest and admit that I think I've only eaten it once, and I really can't remember what it was like. When I was a little girl, I remember that my grandma had a fondue party one night (this would have been in the early 70's). I remember being facinated by the tiny little skewers or forks, and the fact that the adults were cooking their food on the table. Of course they wouldn't let me get too close, because they were worried about little hands and the hot oil thing. (Probably a good idea.) Anyway, I went to the internet searching for a recipe, and I found this one. I sounds REALLY good, so I think I'll have to give it a try. The whole fondue thing has become popular again, and I'm sure this time, I'll be able to cook my own food. LOL!!
The card stock, designer paper, and House Mouse stamp that I used for this card can all be found at Scrapbook Store At Your Door. I colored the little mouse up with my Copic markers, cut him out, and popped him up on dimensionals. I finished this 6x6 card off by adding a grosgrain bow with a button center. This one was fast and easy, and oh how I love those once in a while!
Thank you so much for stopping by today! May God bless and keep you today and always!