Monday, October 15, 2012

The Nicest Things Happen

The nicest thing happened on Friday.  Well -- actually several nice things.  

The nicest thing was coming home and finding snail mail from one of my best friends.  She sent me three beautiful cards.  I would like to share one of them with you today.
Yep!  Bev sent me this fabulous card using the Daydream Medallions stamp set.  I see Cajun Craze on here, Rich Razzleberry, including the ribbon, and Tangerine Tango.  She used lots of heat embossing, which is something I haven't done for a while, but she's making me itch to bring it out.  The Floral Frames Framelits also get a showing on this beautiful card. 
What's better than the embossing?  IT'S AN EASEL CARD!!!!  Yes, I'm yelling that -- sorry if that hurt your ears!  I really like easel cards.  They're so much fun.  The Perfectly Penned stamps set is what was used here.
See all that easel-ness?  So cool.

The other nice thing that happened was that it was sent around the office that I am going to be working for the managing partner at our patent law firm!  I still get to keep the fellow I've been working for -- wouldn't trade him for the world!  Super great guy with the bestest sense of humor!!  And the managing partner is a good guy, too.

I begin my new assignment on Thursday -- yeah - I just double-checked it.  It's on Thursday.  I'm looking forward to the change because I could use being busier . . . I'm still nervous about it though 'cuz change is still change.  

Anyway - I've got a vid coming up this week about a Halloween project I'm thinking about taking to our office.  I've also got some goodies to share that I'm making for our 4-H club.

Hope you've gotten creative today in some say.  I had to do a lot of grocery shopping (groan).  I did get to make the video, though.  It was probably the least organized I've ever been to make one!!

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