Monday, October 22, 2012

Trick or Treat

We had a really fun weekend.  Saturday Megan had a small birthday 'party'.  We just had the grandparents over, not sure you can call that a party.  But she got gifts and has played with them ever since!  She got a really fun princess castle and all the accessories to go with it, she's a happy girl.  Luckily she had some new toys to play with since on Sunday Dan, Logan and I were off to see the Lion King.  It's the traveling Broadway show, the Lion King is in Albuquerque for almost a month.  It was really great.  Logan loved it!  His eyes were glued to the stage the whole time (except for the times where certain animals came walking right by our seats).  We made sure to get seats on the floor right on the aisle for that very reason :)  So because of our busy weekend you'll understand why this post is kind of quick.  This first card is a quick and easy Halloween card that is so fast to put together you could make a stack in just minutes.  I won't go into too many details on it.  There's no mind blowing technique on it after all:)
The next card is the card that Logan made for Megan for her birthday.  He really wanted to make her a card, but I was in the middle of cooking dinner so I handed him a left over envelope filled with the supplies to make this card (scroll down to the 3rd card) from my stamp a stack.  I told him he could use any stamps and supplies that were already out on my desk.  So here's what he created.  Isn't it great!!?!!  He even dug through my box of recycled paper to find the right colors to punch the cherries and candles!  Sorry the picture isn't great.  I had to take it on Friday night in my poorly lit stamp room.  He said he did 2 cupcakes because one is for Megan the other is for him :)  This post ended up being longer than I thought, have a great Monday, I just got a shipment of FUN in so I'll be playing with that this week!!!
Thanks for looking, see you soon!!!!

1 comment:

Kim said...

I LOVE your little guest stamper!! Great card, Logan! I'm very impressed!