Hey everyone! It's finally the weekend and I've made a decision about my blog. As you all know, I've been MIA off and on for a while now, and its because of an addiction I've been trying to fight. Some of you may have heard of it ... FACEBOOK! I've decided that I've been wasting too much time on that dreaded website and need to get back to creating and blogging. Thanks for all sticking by me during my absense.
Now, on to some posting! On July 4th, I had some friends over for a fun day of crafting. I chose this day because my friend Jenny (from Hilo) was gonna be in town and I wanted to get together and craft with her. She taught us how to make the side step card, which I'd been wanting to try and make for a while. She made it so simple and her instructions were very easy to follow! Thanks for the M&T Jenny! I'll definitely be making more of this type of card.
Since I was the "hostess", I figured I'd better do a M&T too. I found this easy to make box on Stamp TV. I totally love Gina K. and her videos. She has very easy to understand instructions and she's a great teacher!
Of course what would a crafting day be without some ono (delicious) food? Here's a sampling of what we had - Red, White & Blue manapua (since it was the Fourth of July), healthy veggies & dip, macaroni salad, chili and hotdogs, fried chicken and of course dessert, the most important part of the meal! We had some chocolate and apple Napples, vanilla ice cream and chocolate & peanut butter pie!!! Just delish!!!
Here are the girls busy working on their M&Ts and of course eating. I wish I took a picture of all the jewelry that Denise made! Check out her blog to see what she's been up to. OR, if you're on Facebook, she has an entire album full of her jewelry pictures!
A fun day was had by all! Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend everyone! More creations to come ... I promise!
Hi Linda! So glad you are back sister! Your cards are so cute. Nice pictures! TFS :)ReplyDelete
Looks like you gals had a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing these great pics! hope you are having an awesome weekend, Linda!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing a fun, memorable day!ReplyDelete
Wow! Looks like alot of fun had by all! What fun manapua, never saw that before. Love the make and takes you guys made! Missed seeing your posts Linda!ReplyDelete
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