Love is all you need.
If you're gonna have an ear worm, that's not a bad song for it.
Or how about, "We've Only Just Begun" by The Carpenters. That was our wedding song forty-four years ago. Can you sing the lyrics to, "Say It Isn't So," by Waredid Timego?
Happy Anniversary, Mister! I love you and I made you this card.
Following a sweet reminder from Sandie, I'm also linking up to Uniko Studio's January challenge which is "Love and Friendship."
I'm delighted to introduce you to five new friends for you to visit!
Lynn Antill of Lynn's Crafty Corner. Lynn is from the UK and she has been blogging since 2011.Our mutual friend Di of Pixie's Snippets Playground introduced Lynn to the NBUS Challenge and I often see Lynn in other challenges around Blogland. She makes wonderful cards and is so inspirational with her use of snippets and patterned papers!
Niki of Pawsitively Creative Crafts. I love Niki's clever blog name, chosen because she is a Veterinary Technician. Niki has only been blogging since June of last year, so please make a special effort to visit Niki and welcome her to our caring community! She is an absolute wonder with her mixed media creations!
Georgie of Little Blue Craft Box. Georgie has been blogging since 2013. I met Georgie through her friendship with my MACS cofounder, Becca. Georgie is another mixed media artist whose 3D works of art literally blow the top of my head off. I learned after my first visit never to approach her blog without a chin strap and a helmet! You've been warned!
Neha Bhatt of Periwinkle Creations. Neha has only been blogging since October of last year, so again, please do make a special effort to visit her and welcome her! You won't be sorry as her talent is incredible and her card art is beautiful and flawless! I predict she will be in demand as a designer, if she chooses to do so!
When I was looking back through my blog to find my post from my first time serving as a guest designer for CASology, I found this poem that I had written. I thought the occasion of our 44th anniversary today would be a fun time to repost it for those of you who weren't here back then. I hope you enjoy!
There was an old woman who stamped just for fun,
Stuck in the garage where she never saw sun.
Ten years she collected, she stamped, and she dreamed,
Patience and longing were virtues it seemed.
Then Mister appeared through the cobwebs and grime,
His motorcycle, deftly, he stopped on a dime.
"Look out!" she did cry, as she reached out her hand,
"I'm saving those dimes to bulldoze our land."
Her Mister could see the desire in her eyes
and he wanted the garage for his own tools and dies.
"My lady," he bowed, his helmet so bright,
"I'll build you a Playhouse, t'will bring me delight."
Fairytales do happen, it's true, don't you see?
It can happen for you, 'cause it happened for me!
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