My Amazing Grandparents

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This post is all about my heroes, Granny and Moredad, illustrated with a scrapbook that my sister-in-law, Joy and I made for them earlier this year. Joy organized everything, then we divided the pages and got to work.Joy’s layout. “When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family [read more…]

The JFS Card, Revisited

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I had an occasion to make this card again, this time with a couple of notable improvements.I need to start taking my pictures before nightfall. First, the words and the poop were cut with the Pazzles. That’s right, I’ve created my very own poop cutting file, and now I can [read more…]

Home Again, Home Again

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Don’t you just love the lazy week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve? It used to be my favorite time to get work done without interruption.Of course, given that the deadline for basically everything I was working on was Christmas, I’ve been staring at my unusually clean desk, waiting for [read more…]

Merry Christmas to All!

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The husband and I are back in DC for Christmas. It’s cold, but I have really really missed this city.We’re having a fantastic time relaxing and spending time with our wonderful families, and I hope all of you are getting to do the same.(And in case you were curious, I [read more…]

Gift Card Holders

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Late yesterday afternoon, my husband told me he’d gotten small gifts for a couple of the admins in his office, and asked if I could make cards for them. Having just packed up all my Christmas supplies for the year, I sighed loudly and tried to think of something I [read more…]

Signed, Sealed, Delivered

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They’re sent! And 4 days before Christmas, even! I know some people (Mom) didn’t think it would happen. Of course, in my excitement to get them all out, I forgot to take pictures. Here are the last two, which hadn’t been sealed yet when I remembered. At least they were [read more…]