Friday, May 31, 2013

FFC#2 You're Only as old as you feel~

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Hello my friends!
This is my 2nd post today so if you are looking for the Cardz TV post, please click the link at the top of this page. I just want to say thank you to everyone who played in last week's first Funday Friday challenge! We had more entries then I had expected so that makes me SMILE! This week's challenge is another fun sketch. I just want everyone to know that our Funday Friday Challenges will not always be a sketch. We have all kinds of things in store for you but since we are brand new, we figured we would start off with something we know everyone loves, sketches!
Here is this week's sketch created by our own Amanda :

 and here is my take on the sketch:
I decided to use this challenge to make my sister her birthday card. My birthday is this Sunday and hers is next Sunday. My card base is 4 1/4 by 5 1/2. I used Bazzill CS for my base. I used paper by Bazzill and Cosmo Cricket. I decided to go with stripes because for some reason, stripes draw the eye to the focal point IMO.
I used my Spellbinders Beaded Ovals dies to frame my sentiment, "You're only as old as you feel" which is from the "Good Times" stamp set by Cardz TV Stamps. I cut the largest oval(black) and the second largest oval (white). I took some handmade fiber paper (red strip) to add some red as an accent color behind the ovals to compliment the striped paper on the bottom. I added a cute little rose to my sentiment frame and the sentiment is popped up on foam tape.
I used my EK Success punch to form the heart scroll border behind the ovals and once again added some more of that handmade fiber paper. It seems to give the look of ribbon. I really like how this card turned out. Below is a picture of the inside which has another sentiment from the "Good Times" stamp set, "Happy birthday to you". To order this stamp set, click Here.
Now let's have a look at what our design team has created for you!
They have really created some beautiful cards from this sketch.

Well my friends, it is YOUR turn to show us what you can do with this sketch!
Just link up using our link up tool at the bottom of this post for your chance to win top 3 and get entered into our monthly prize drawing.

What do you need to do to enter?
Challenge Rules

1. Please post a direct link to your card/project post that includes your challenge,

using the linky tool below.

2. Be sure to include a link back to our challenge

3. You may enter the challenge as many times as you want as long as you post a separate blog post for each entry.

4. All entries must be NEW and created for the current challenge.

5. You may combine with other challenges as long as you link back to us in your post.

 * All entries that do not meet the challenge requirements

Will not be eligible for top 3 or random/monthly wins.
The monthly prize drawings will only be mailed within the US and Canada only.
You have until June 7th by 6:00Pm (central) time to link up. All winners will be announced on
Monday, June 10th. Have fun and we look forward to seeing what you create!

Thanks for stopping by!
I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Simon Says "Anything Goes"challenge
Perfect Sentiments "Make them laugh"Challenge

Cardz TV's "Father's Day" Challenge #30

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Hello Friends! Happy Friday to you all. It's been a LONG week! But the good news is, the weekend is here and we have another challenge going on over at Cardz TV!
The Challenge: "Father's Day"- create a card, layout or project for Father's day.
Starts: Friday, May 31st
Ends: Thursday, June 13th at Noon

So here is what I made for this challenge:
Card is a standard A2 card. Papers are by Recollection and Papertrey Ink. I used my Country Life cartridge to cut the farmer out at 3 1/4". I inked around all the edges using momento rich cooca ink.

To finish the card off, I used some hemp cord wrapped around the top of the card and threaded on the buttons. The buttons are from October Afternoon.  My sentiments are inked with the same momento rich cocoa ink and come from the "You're the Man" stamp set by Cardz TV Stamps.
Well my friends, I hope my card inspires you to make some Father's day cards and you should really stop by the Cardz TV Blog and see what my other design team sisters have created for this challenge. There are tons of inspirational projects up and don't forget to play along with us and link up for your chance to win a set of Mary's awesome Cardz TV Stamps! If you don't want to wait to see if you win and you want to purchase this set or any other set, you can go Here and get the stamps you want!
I will be back later today with a 2nd post for ya so stay tuned.
Thanks for stopping by!!
I am entering this in the following challenges:
Cut It Up Father's Day Challenge

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Daily Craft TV Review~

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Hello my crafty friends! Happy Hump day!
A few weeks back, I was approached by a gentleman named Eric Woolf. Eric is the online media coordinator for Daily Craft TV. Daily Craft TV is "your source for online crafting instruction". There are hundreds of videos on this site that teach you everything from A to Z that you need to know about quilting, sewing, knitting, crocheting, scrapbooking and papercrafting!
Eric had come across my blog while searching for scrapbookers' blogs and decided to see if I would be interested in watching one of the videos(of my choice) from the Daily Craft TV website and then give a review on it. Of course I said yes! Who doesn't like to watch craft TV?
I chose the scrapbooking section and chose a video called, "Designs & Techniques Creating the Perfect Project". This video was awesome! The video was a little over an hour long and it covered 7 chapters:
  1. Techniques Revealed: Fussy Cutting
  2. Design Workshop: Quick & Easy Ways to Add Dimension
  3. The Idea Center: Playing with Paint
  4. Designer Hints: Ribbons, Fibers & Trims
  5. Creative Shortcuts: Handmade Card Sets
  6. Design Workshop: Encouraging Your Imagination
  7. The Idea Center: Scrapbooking in a Grid

I found this video to be extremely helpful and informative. It covered topics that are new and in trend and also covered the basics.Their videos from what I have seen range in price from $4.99 to $9.99. What I liked about it is that the instructors that are teaching you in the videos are well known in the papercrafting industry. Some names to name a few are: Cathy Zielske, Lisa Bearnson, Megan Hoeppner and Ali Edwards!

 In my video, the instructors did a wonderful job in explaining in detail what technique they were about to show you and walked you through step by step. It was very easy to follow along and they all spoke very clearly. The video was clear and of great quality. I was actually impressed with the video and I have a few other videos lined up to purchase that I want to review.

Because this is a review the only thing I can say I would like to see more of in the videos, are projects from start to finish. I'm assuming that for the sake of "TV" they wanted to keep the running time to an hour or less so that is why you probably don't see a project being completed from start to finish but rather in stages. I would love to see a complete project being created in its entirety. Other than that, everything was awesome! I learned a few new things by watching this video and I'm going to give some of those new techniques a try in some of my upcoming projects. I would highly recommend this website to all of you! You need to go and visit the site Here and learn something new too!!
I am hoping this link below works. It is the video that I watched and I am hoping that you all can view it as well. If not, I apologize. I would suggest that you create an account with Daily Craft TV and find a video that sparks your interest. You won't be sorry!
Until next time, enjoy life's blessings. Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Talk Time Tuesday~

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Hello my bloggy friends!
I hope you all had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. I saw some beautiful tributes and inspiration this past weekend to honor all the men and women who have served our country and continue to serve our country so that we may have our freedom. I don't know about all of you but I have a great deal of respect for those people and pray for them and their safety everyday.
Well last week we had a lot of nice comments regarding our very first Talk Time Tuesday with Ask Jo. I had a few emails that truly made me smile as some of you are just so kind! I really hope many more of you submit some questions. Keep in mind that this new feature cannot go on without your questions being submitted each week. I have had a few come in but I am hoping for more. =)
So with that being said, let's get on to this week's questions.
Our first question comes from Dawn aka "D" who asks, "Since I'm new here and you mentioned "machines" which machines do you own?"
Well Dawn this is a great question!
I own several machines. Gosh I think I own too many to be honest LOL.
Let's see, I own the following machines:
Original Sizzix and the Sizzix Side Kick
The Xyron Electronic Die Cutting Machine
The Old Cuttlebug and the new Anna Giffin Cuttlebug
The Cricut Expression
The Cricut Imagine
The Pazzles Inspiration
The Craftwell Ebosser
Now out of all of these machines, I must say my absolute favorite two are the Pazzles Inspiration machine and the Craftwell Ebosser machine. These are the two machines I use the most. The third machine that I use often is my cricut expression. The other machines do not get as much love and attention from me because the machines that I use can do everything that I need for them to do. Thank you so much for your question Dawn. I hope to hear from you again soon!!
Our second question comes from Kellie N. who asks, "Where do you get your inspiration?"
Excellent question if I must say so myself! I say this because I know that so many of us from time to time struggle with where to begin and where to find that motivation to start a project. I have a few things that inspire me(aside from Gia) but lately my top place to find inspiration has been Pinterest. I just LOVE this site! I can go there and find just about anything I am looking for from paper crafts to home decor.

Another place that I go to for inspiration is Split Coast Stampers. I like this site for inspiration gearing towards card making. Sometimes I feel like my cards need a little something extra or when I am struggling with how to design my card, I go to SCS and automatically am inspired by the many beautiful cards in the galleries.

Another place I often find myself going is Design Seeds. This is a great place to help when you are struggling with matching up color combinations. Have you ever had a layout design in mind but then have photos that don't have much color or colors that you normally would not work with? They could be too "busy" or "bright" or just very "dull" and plain. Design seeds is the perfect place to go to for inspiration on fixing that stump!
A few other things that inspire me and help motivate me to get crafty are Page Maps, Cardz TV With Mary, The Play Date Cafe, Jennifer Mcguire, Daily Craft TV, Youtube, Nichol Magouirk and my daughter. My daughter probably inspires me the most and she is where I get my inspiration from as she is the main subject when I do my scrapbooking. I thank you for asking your question and I hope to hear from you again soon!

Well my friends that is all I have for you today but I sure hope that I have shared something that possibly inspired you or caught your interest today. Please do not be shy or sit back and not ask a question that you may want to ask, because it can benefit others as well. Believe me,  I want to hear from you! Are there any tips or ideas that you would like to see? Any craft projects that you want to see or learn how to do? Please submit your questions by using the form under the "Ask Jo" tab at the top of my blog. Just a reminder, there are still a few days left to get your entry into our Funday Friday Challenge#1! I would love to see what you create my friends!

Until next week's Talk Time Tuesday... enjoy life's blessings and have a wonderful week!


Monday, May 27, 2013

Craftin Desert Divas Craft it Up & Linky Party #7!!

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Hello my crafty friends!
Today I am guest designing for Tara over at Craftin Desert Divas
 with her " Anything Goes w/Ribbon or Twine" Craft It Up & Link It Up Party #7!!
 Every other Monday will mark the beginning of a new semi-weekly linky party and you could win fabulous prizes!!

The sponsors for this linky party are:
KaDoodle Bug Designs $15 Gift Card!

My Craft Spot Bundle of Joy Stamp Set!

 The more you link up, the better chance you have to win so make sure
you go and visit Craftin Desert Divas for all the rules so you can play along with me!

 Ok so here is my project that I linked up!

I made this cute gift bag by hand using just my score-pal and some score-tape. The pretty patterned paper is from SEI. SEI has always been one of my favorite paper companies and I adore their papers, especially some of their older lines. I used my Spellbinder's Beaded Ovals die to cut out the solid tangerine CS and then I cut out another patterned paper oval using a smaller size oval. I layered both of these ovals on top of a doily that had been inked up using some Tim Holtz Tea Dye Distress Ink. I did a lot of layering but surprisingly enough, I did not do any stamping on this project. Hard to believe huh? LOL

I added another inked up doily to the top of my bag, folded it over and punched two holes, one on each side using my crop-o-dile. I threaded some beautiful satin brown ribbon through and tied a bow. My ribbon is from Really Reasonable Ribbon. I could not get my ribbon to work with me for my bow so unfortunately I had given up and decided to take the picture with a "discombobulated" bow LOL. Sorry!

 To finish this bag up and make it all purty, I added some peach and orange roses that I got from Wild Orchid Crafts, a beautiful goldenrod flower from Recollections and a sweet glittery butterfly that I sprayed with my homemade glimmer mist that I named, "Sunset" because it is a mixture of gold, peach and metallic copper and it resembles the colors of a beautiful sun setting on a warm summer night. The butterfly came from my stash. I don't remember which company makes them.

Well that is my project for you today and I sure hope it has inspired you to make a craft the old fashioned way without any electronic die cutting machines or stamps! Just some paper, a scoreboard and a bone folder! I hope you decide to get crafty and link up your creation to this linky party! Don't forget there are prizes to be won!! It could be YOU!

To honor all the Veterans
Remembering Our Fallen Heroes

Have a wonderful Memorial Day
and thank you for stopping by!

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Papertrey Ink's May Blog Hop!

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Hello Friends!
I hope you are all enjoying your Memorial Day weekend.
I am not doing anything much so I've decided to get crafty today. I am playing along
with Papertrey Ink's May Blog Hop today and thought I would share my card. The challenge was to pick a color combination given on Nichole's Blog and to use florals with those colors, although not all colors had to be used.

I chose this color combination:
I decided to create my own background paper. I started off with PTI's Vintage Cream CS and inked up some flowers from the "From me to you" stamp set by Close to my Heart and also some flowers from a small Studio 112 stamp set that I had. I used the colors Pure Poppy, Canyon Clay, Orange Zest, Autumn Rose and New Leaf to create the colorful blooms background. I then took some Pure Poppy CS cut at 4 1/4" by 5 3/4" and added a cute border trim at the bottom using one of my MS punches before adhering my floral layer to the front of it.
My sentiment, "Because You Matter to me" is a stamp that I had in my stash that I got from Michael's dollar bins long time ago. I inked that up with some ranger archival ink. To finish off the card, I added some razzleberry sequins and some rock candy stickles to the middles of some of the smaller flowers. Below is a picture of the inside which uses a sentiment from Cloud 9 Designs, "Simple Thoughts-Memories" stamp set.

Well that is my card for you today. I hope you have a great rest of the weekend and if you get time, go link up your project. You have until 11:30pm EST. tonight to link up for your chance to win $25 to shop at PTI! Have a great evening!!!
I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
613 Avenue Create Anything Goes Challenge
Perfect Sentiments Anything Goes Challenge

Friday, May 24, 2013

Funday Friday Challenge #1~

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Happy Friday my bloggy friends!
Welcome to our very 1st Funday Friday Challenge!
This week's challenge is this gorgeous sketch that was created by my dear friend Amanda Haynes! Thank you Amanda for providing us with this wonderful sketch!

We would love to see what you create using this sketch! You will have one week until next Friday, May 31st to link up using the linky tool at the bottom of this post. There will be 3 top winners chosen to earn the Top 3 FF Badge and one lucky winner will be randomly chosen via to receive 2 stamp sets of their choice from Cardz TV Stamps!! Thank you so much Mary for sponsoring our very first challenge!
Remember that all top 3 winners will earn an entry into the monthly drawing which will be announced at the end of June since we are starting the challenge at the end of this month already. I really hope to see lots of entries! This is a great way to get your mojo going and getting your projects completed.

Here is my card that I created for this challenge:
For my card, I used bazzill black cardstock for my base and ran that through my chevron embossing folder. I die cut the squares using the Scalloped Nesting Dies by Megan Elizabeth in white cardstock and the pretty patterned paper. I got the patterned paper for $1 at Michael's in a pack. My sentiment, "Enjoy everyday Enjoy life" is from Papertrey Ink's stamp set called Handwritten Notes. I used another sentiment from this set on the inside of my card, "Have a great day". Both of my sentiments were stamped in versamark ink and heat embossed using some black EP.To finish off my card, I added some pretty lime green lace ribbon from Webster's and I added some black liquid pearls as my accents and around the sentiment. Below are a few more pictures. ....

 Now let's have a look at what the wonderful Design Team has created using this sketch. I hope they motivate and inspire you to play along! Make sure to click on their names to see more about their project and leave them some bloggy love!


Thanks for stopping by today and I sure hope you play along with us this week. You have until 6pm central time on May 31st to link up your card! Winner will be announced on June 3rd.

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Thursday, May 23, 2013

10 Min Craft Dash #18

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Hello my crafty friends!
Today's card was created for Paulina's 10 Minute craft dash challenge.
 This card cut it close for me as I finished at 9mins and 52secs.

All my papers are from Colorbok. I used my Top Note die from Stampin Up to use as my main layer. I cut it out twice and ran them through my swiss dots and houndstooth embossing folders using my ebosser. My sentiment "You're never more than a thought away" is from an old Stampin Up set called "Whimsical Words". I am not sure if they still have this set or not but it has some great sentiments.
To finish this card off, I wrapped some "Honeydew" twine from (The Twinery) around the main layer and added a couple of buttons with twine bows. The buttons are from October Afternoon. Well that is my card for today. I hope you try this challenge out! It is definitely challenging LOL. So head on over to the Pretty Pink Posh blog and give it a try! Thanks for stopping by today!

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Personal Challenge Week 11

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Hello friends!
My heart aches for the families in Oklahoma. These storms are hitting too close to home for me. I live in tornado alley myself and so far, have been extremely lucky and blessed to not get hit by one. They are all around me and needless to say, it is very scary. So to keep my mind off the storms, I was able to get in my craft room more this week and get some projects completed.

Today's card is a card I did over this past weekend. This is my next personal challenge with my good friend Kellie at A Little Bit of Kellie. The challenge was to use blue and gray with some embossing.
My card is sized at 5 X 5. I used bazzill cardstock for the base of my card and I used the new Silky Smooth Neutrals cardstock by DCVW as my front layer(gray). Love this paper! I ran it through my ebosser using my damask embossing folder. This paper has now become my favorite paper to emboss with! It embosses so smoothly and it raises up beautifully!
 I used my Spellbinder's Contemporary hearts pendants shapabilities dies as my main focal point. I added a small light blue brad to the center top of the die cut shape because I felt like it needed something. Lately I have been using a lot of bling and sequins so it looked too plain with nothing. My sentiment, "Just for You" is from the new "Love in a jar" stamp set by Cardz TV. Very cute stamp set!
 I stamped the sentiment onto Bazzill white cardstock using my momento tuxedo black ink and cut it into a banner shape and then matted that onto some more of the blue cardstock, also into a banner shape. I then took some of the negative heart pieces from the main die cut and used them on my sentiment banner. I thought they looked cute and it gives the sentiment a framed look.
Well that is my card for today.
Please stop on by to visit Kellie and check  out what
 she created for this challenge.
Thanks so much for stopping by today!


Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Talk Time Tuesday~

Hello my sweet blog friends and welcome to our first Talk Time Tuesday. Today's post starts the new segment, "Ask Jo".  I am super excited about this new segment and I am hoping that you find it interesting and inspiring in some way.

The first question today comes from Brenda L.who asks...
"I would love to see how your Pazzles works Jo! I don't know anything about one and that is my question, how does it work?!"

Well Brenda... the Pazzles Inspiration machine is my absolute favorite machine that I own. I have had my pazzles for 7 years now. It was one of the first electronic die cutting machines to hit the market  and I just LOVE it! It is similar to that of the Cameo but in my opinion it has more features. The pazzles inspiration machine hooks up to your computer and comes with its own software. Just like any other electronic die cutter, there is a small learning curve but once you know your machine, the possibilities of creating are endless!
The Pazzles cuts as small as 1/8" and as large as 12" wide by 24" long. It can cut through paper, smooth and textured cardstock, vinyl, chipboard, acrylic, plastic, fabric, thin metals, foil, magnet paper, thin wood, sticker paper, rhinestones, fondant, window cling, stencil plastic, rubber stamp material to make your own stamps and iron on and heat transfers. This is a machine that does it all!

On top of cutting, this machine is able to draw with the pen tool, engrave, emboss, distress and pierce! So needless to say, this is the machine I would highly recommend hands down over any other electronic die cutting machine. The best part for me is that this machine is so user friendly. I was able to take it out of the box, read some instructions and was creating titles and paper piecings the same day! Another thing I really like about this machine is the ability to be able to use any font that I want to create my titles without having to pay for it. No cartridges! If you want to know more about the pazzles inspiration machine, just go to the Pazzles Website and have a look. You won't be disappointed and I hope this helps answer you about the Pazzles machine. Maybe in the future I can do a video series on the Pazzles and show how it works.

My next question comes from Claire S. who asks...
"how do I find time to create with so many amazing blogs, tutorials, FB, emails etc. to catch up on???!!!"
Hi Claire! Let me start off by saying, you are not alone on this one. I am sure so many of us ask ourselves the same thing. With work, children, families, cleaning/cooking and then all of the wonderful blogs, tutorials and facebook to name a few as you pointed out, how does anyone find time to do anything? Right? I will give you my answer. Make time! Give yourself an alotted amount of time that you can have for yourself to get creative. Once you know how much time you can have towards your crafting, then you need to prioritize.

 I usually give myself 1 hour per day. I have a lot of health issues and I am not able to sit for very long periods of time so one hour is perfect for me. I usually determine what I need to do or want to do by importance. Because I am on a few design teams, my challenges will always take priority over just reading blogs, cardmaking, scrapbooking, etc. So I will do my challenges first. After my challenges, if there is time left within my scheduled craft time; I will then move on to reading emails, checking blogs, watching tutorials/videos etc.

The main thing Claire is to make time for YOU! Make sure you give yourself some time to dive into what you love. For me, crafting is my therapy. I need it and I make sure I give myself that time. Some days it may only be 15 minutes and other days it may be 2-3 hours but I always make the time to give myself a little bit of "me " time. We all need some "me"time.   =)

I hope both Brenda and Claire have gotten some insight on the questions they asked and I hope you all have enjoyed reading a long with us today! It's YOUR turn now to get some answers, so make sure to click on the "Ask Jo"tab at the top of my blog to fill out your questions. You just may be the next lucky person to get your question featured on the next Talk Time Tuesday!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Cardz TV's " You've Got Mail" Blog Hop Day 2

Hello my crafty friends!
I hope you are having a wonderful weekend. Welcome to day 2 of the Cardz TV "You've Got Mail Blog Hop! You should have arrived here from Jeri's blog and I am your last stop on the hop today!
Here is what I created using the brand new stamp set "snail mail"

My card base is standard A2 sized. I used  Papertrey Ink's winter wisteria cardstock for my card base. I layered it with some melon colored cardstock that I had in my stash from DCVW and for my front layer, I used the mini flower frenzy mask template by The Crafter's Workshop and used my glimmer mists to give me the beautiful colored background of purple/pink/blues. I stamped out the postage stamp from the stamp set, fussy cut it and then added some lavender stickles to it. I stamped the word"Hello" from the set in PTI's "Hawaiian Shores" ink directly in the center of the postage stamp. I used the stamp as a frame for my sentiment. The sentiment is popped up on two thicknesses of foam tape. I took the little heart from the stamp set and inked it up in various colors and stamped it in the centers of some of the flowers. Then to finish off the card, I added some turquoise sequins, some "Party Girl"sparkle lightz by Megan Elizabeth and some pretty purple shimmery ribbon that I had in my stash.

Well that is my card for ya for today. I hope you have enjoyed the hop and if you have not visited each blog, you can start at the beginning by going HERE. Remember to leave lots of love as we all enjoy comments and there is some blog candy a long the way!
To purchase this stamp set below, simply go to the Cardz TV Store and place your order!

Thanks for stopping by today!
         15. Jo - < YOU ARE HERE

Friday, May 17, 2013

A week of drainage, upcoming news and TGIF!

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Hello my crafty friends!
I am so sorry that I have been missing this week. It has been the week from hell! It all started in the wee early hours of Mother's day. My mother, partner and I all ended up getting extremely sick. At first we thought it had something to do with maybe something we had eaten but it occured to us that we all did not have the same foods that day. After hours upon hours of hugging a bucket, it was clear that we were suffering from a viral infection. YUK! I spent all day Mother's day in bed. Needless to say, this week I have been drained physically and have not felt well. BUT I am feeling much better now and I am ready to play catch up!

So starting this week coming up, I will be focusing on the Ask Jo segment and Funday Fridays. I have received a few questions already so I'm anxious to get them answered but c'mon ladies, I know there are plenty of you who are following me who may have something they may want to know. Make sure to click on the Ask Jo tab on my blog here and fill out the form so we can have a great turnout for this each week. I am also going to be mixing things up a bit here on the blog. I am going to be sharing some recipes, tips & tricks, fun kid crafts and I will be incorporating some videos, tutorials and storage organization ideas. All this will be coming soon so I hope you continue to read my posts and find a few things that can help you out at home as well!

Okay well thats my post for today. Unfortuantely, I have not been able to get in my craft room this week but this weekend I will be treating myself to some much needed crafting time! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! Thanks for stopping by!