I hope you're doing well! Since I'm posting less often than normal, when I do post, they tend to be Lala Po Loosahs. This one is expecially so, just to warm you.
Only a few more days until Halloween, so bless you if you are madly searching for a costume to buy or make for your little munchkin(s). I kinda miss those days. My two little twin gobblin grandsons were here on Saturday and since they won't be here on Halloween, they were allowed to make a serious dent in the bowl waiting for the trick 'r treaters. You know, the one filled with the little candy bars that I hate. Yes, haha, there are actually ones I hate.
First, he used the Memory Box spider ...
And, if you will indulge me, I thought it would be fun to show you this:
The photo on the right was the last of 22 photos the Mister took from the bed trying to get one decent picture without one or both of them making goofy faces! It was all that Halloween candy they'd been eating. Or, nah, prolly it's just what all 10-year-old boys do!
Maike of Maikreations. Maike has only been blogging since January of this year! While she is almost at her one-year anniversary, I consider her to still be a newbie and I'd love to have you make a special effort to visit Maike and welcome her to Blogland! Maike has such a wonderful way of using bright colors in her happy card art!
Mimi of She's Crafty. Mime has been blogging since 2011, but she really only took off with it this past August, so I consider Mimi to be almost a newbie, too. Once again, please make a special effort to visit Mimi and welcome her. Mimi has been a life-long crafter whenever practicality called for it, but now her blog has allowed her to get in touch with creating art for art's sake. I think you will see that she is being wildly successful at it!
Lydia Evans of Lydia Evans Design. Lydia started blogging in June 2011. She is the mom of two and she enjoys upcycling and recycling whenever possible to craft her art. Once you visit, you won't be surprised to learn that Lydia has won many awards over the years. She also very generously provides us with talented tutorials showing how she works her magic!
Andrea W. of Savvy Handmade Cards. Andrea is from Oklahoma and she has been avidly blogging since 2012. Andrea loves sketch and color challenges and finds creating cards and blogging to be therapeutic as well as fun. She has always been creative and loves painting, beading, sewing, and scrapping, in addition to making her cheery non-fussy cards.
Nancy Ball of Nancy's Crafty Blog. Nancy has been blogging since 2009, but she really took off in 2011. She is the mom of three humans and four cats. In addition to making cards, Nancy is a Close To My Heart Consultant, photographer, painter, scrapper, and she loves to cook and sew! I want to be her neighbor, don't you?!
Tomorrow is a big day around here as the Mister's hip brace finally comes off! He won't be able to walk without crutches for a while yet, but it will definitely be a big improvement. I'll keep you posted and thank you, again, for all your cards, positive thoughts, and prayers!
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