Hi Stamping Friends. Whenever I look at the last time that I've posted, I'm amazed at how quickly times actually goes by. I took a bit of time off from stamping just to regroup. I guess we all need a little break now and then. But, now I'm back! My church asked me to make some Mother's Day cards for our Feed My Starving Children program. People receive one of these cards when they make a donation towards meals for our annual FMSC packing event (which is held in September). Last year we packed over 200,000 meals! What a blessing. Inside the card reads, "Happy Mother's Day, A gift of _______ meals has been given in your name To feed God's children through Feed My Starving Children." If you'd like to make a donation, please email mail me for details. This is the card I've made for this year. I wanted to used a variety of colors -- peach parfait, rich razzleberry, real red, regal rose, and daffodil delight (not shown). The f
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This insides for the floating picture frame. My husband showing off his fancy leopard band-aide. The only casualty from doing the frames. The Daisies The rest of the Girl Scout group Hi Stamping Friends. Today was a crazy day. There were 55 Girl Scouts that got together to make picture frames for Mother's Day gifts. We had ONE HOUR to complete all 55. We were done in 45 minutes. I couldn't believe it! I knew I was organized, and I guess better than I thought. All of the squares were cut out, along with all the pieces. There was no stamping, just a few little additions with markers (bird's eye, lady bug antenna, etc.). They were 8 x 10 floating picture frames, with a 4 x 6 insert. What fun. If you are in the Milwaukee-Metro and would like to schedule a similar event, feel free to email me .