Monday, December 3, 2012

Paper Playtime Challenge #90 ~ Christmas Colours

Good morning, my friends.  Today is the first Monday of the month and that means a new challenge at Paper Playtime.  Our challenge to you, if you choose to accept it, is to make a project using a die cut of some sort and Christmas colours.  Our sponsor is The Robin's Nest with a chance to win a $15.00 gift certificate to use in their store. 

My interpretation of Christmas colours was green, red and white. Although I am sure there are many ways to interpret Christmas colours most of my design team sisters as well as myself went the traditional route. 
Traditional and very simple:

Inside of card:


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ DCWV "Tis the Season" Stack
Die ~ Your Next Stamp Mini Branch
Sentiment ~ Michaels $1.50 bin
Inside Sentiment ~ Kraftin Kimmie Stamps Christmas Interior
Sentiments Set
Ink ~ CTMH Cranberry
Embossing Powder ~ Stampendous White
Tim Holtz Distress Ink ~ Antique Linen
Ribbon ~ Michaels
Glossy Accents

I cut 50 of the mini branches in 3 different shades of green and placed them on circle which made the wreath base.  The holly berries are just a regular hole punch in groups of three.  I can honestly say that I like the way this card turned out. 

Thanks for dropping in today.  Things are going to get busy for all of us as it is the season but I do hope to have a couple more Christmas projects to share before the end of December.  Please join us at Paper Playtime these next two weeks with your Christmas colours projects.

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Monday, November 26, 2012

A Royal Digi Challenge ~ Another Elf too!!

Good morning and welcome to a new challenge at The Scrapbooking Queen's Royal Digi Challenge. After a long absence I can say it is good to be back on this design team. Today we have an extremely easy theme especially for this month ~ CHRISTMAS. Use any Christmas digi stamp on a project and link it up at the Queen's challenge blog for a chance to win. Our sponsor for this month is Squigglefly an online store that has a wonderful assortment of digi stamps by some amazing artists.

Here is my little elf card (I seem to really like elves idea why):

and a close up of the elf:


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ Echo Park 6" x 6" Very Merry Christmas
Image ~ Noah the Helpful Elf by artist Cheryl Alger
available from Squigglefly HERE
Copic markers
Stickles ~ Crystal, Gold
Glossy Accents
Die ~ Your Next Stamp Mini Branch
Button, floss and jingle bells ~ "Use it Up" Inventory

Glad you could come visit today.  While you are here, stop by the "1 Month til Christmas" blog hop in the previous post as well.  And make sure you visit The Scrapbooking Queen's Royal Digi Challenge to see what my DT sisters have created for you with the wonderful images from Squigglefly.  Enter your projects for a chance to win.

Have a GREAT Monday, my friends.

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather


Sunday, November 25, 2012

"1 Month til Christmas" Blog Hop

Welcome to our monthly blog hop.  Yes, you read the title correctly....1 month today is Christmas.  When we started this hop in February it seemed like such a long time until Christmas and it is almost here.  Time flies!!!  I am the first on our hop today.  The reason my BFF Shari and I started this small blog hop was so that we could get some Christmas cards ready without the pressure December brings.  A few other talented ladies joined us and we have been showcasing two cards each month ~ 1 using a die cut of some sort and 1 using a colouring medium.  This month we have changed that up a bit and we all have 2 Christmas projects to showcase ~ anything goes.

For my first project, I have made 2 cards using the same technique.  I got the instructions from an email sent by a friend of mine who sells Stampin Up but used the supplies I had on hand.  They are cards that "glow".

A whimsical version:


Card stock and vellum ~ Recollections
Stamps ~ Recollections
~ Michaels $1.50 bin
Embossing Powder ~ Stampendous White
~ Gelly Powder Santa's Candy Cane Scented (it is so old there is no smell anymore)
Spellbinders ~ Nestabilities Wonky Rectangles
Ribbon, bling ~"Use it Up' Inventory"

A classic version:


Card stock and vellum ~ Recollections
Stamps ~ Recollections
Embossing Powder ~ Stampendous Detail Silver
Spellbinders ~ Nestabilities Labels Eight
Buttons, ribbon ~ Dollar Store

and this is what makes them glow...a flameless tealight in behind the vellum cutout.

For my next project I made something just for me.  Last year I made some glittered Christmas ornaments for family and friends but never made any for myself.  I bought these cute little heart glass ornaments on Clearance last year and made 2 sets for myself ~ one is for my main tree of burgundy and gold and the other set of pink is for my craft room.  I used Cricut vinyl to cut out the monograms ~ one set of "A"s for our surname and one set of "P"s for Princess' Paper Projects (my business and blog name).


Glass ornaments ~ Michaels
Beacon Glitter It
Recollections Glitter ~ Gold, Garnet, Raspberry, Blush
Cricut Black Vinyl
Winter Woodland Cricut cartridge font
Ribbons ~ Michaels

Thanks for dropping by today.  Your next stop on the hop is my BFF, Shari.  The complete list is at the end of my post.  Have a great weekend and "Merry Christmas".

{{{{{HUGS}}}}},  Heather

1.) Heather:  (YOU ARE HERE!)
2.) Shari:
3.) Sara:
4.) Mary:  
5.) Kerry: 
6.) Georgiana: 
7.) Tara:

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Elf Tag

Good morning.  Have you ever heard of an "Elf on a Shelf"?  Well, he is a little friend who comes to visit prior to Christmas and spends time watching if you are naughty or nice and reports back to Santa every night.  You may not touch your elf but you must name him in order for him to become magic.  My niece has an elf whose name is Peter and he has been known to be in many different places in the morning after his nightly trip to the North Pole.  Here are a few of them:

And he was my inspiration for this cute little tag I made to put on a present.  It was quick and easy with a premade tag. 

and a close up of the elf:


 Recollections Creative Tags, card stock and patterned paper
 Cricut ~ Jolly Holidays
Punch ~ EK Success
Tim Holtz Distress Ink ~ Antique Linen
Sentiment ~ JUSTWORDZ "Christmas Season"
Stickles ~ Green, Xmas Red
Stampendous Crystal Snow
Action Wobble
Buttons, bling, google eyes, ribbon and
baker's twine ~ "Use it Up" Inventory

This has been an extremely busy week for me as I work retail and of course, it is our busiest season.  But I will be back with some more Christmas projects I have been working on.  And don't forget to join me tomorrow for our "1 Month til Christmas" blog hop.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Take some time for yourself this weekend and enjoy.  I know I am going to.

Until next time,


Saturday, November 10, 2012

Snowmen Friends

Good Saturday morning, my friends.  Today I am the featured designer at Action Wobbles.  I have just recently joined this design team and am excited to be bringing you projects using these wonderful little springs every second Saturday starting today.

Christmas is FAST approaching and I am getting in the spirit more and more each day.  I can hardly wait until it is time to pull out all the decorations, get the baking done and wrap the special presents I have purchased or made for friends and family.  I have an ornament to show you that I made today.




Including the hanger:

and trying to make it wobble:

I just could not get a good picture of it in motion :(


Card stock ~ Bazzill, Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ Creative Memories
Cricut ~ Doodlecharms snowman cut at 2"
~ Accent Essentials snowflake cut at 3 1/2"
 (3 bases and 6 snowflakes, 2 on each base front and back)
Sentiment ~ Close to my Heart Snow Friends set
Ink ~ Close to my Heart Moonstruck
Spellbinders Nestabilities ~ Labels Nine
Punches ~ Marvy (small snowflakes)
Colorbox Chalk ~ French blue
Stickles ~ Crystal
Twine ~ We R Memory Keepers, DMC floss
I~Rock tool and gems in clear and black
Sakura Glaze Pen
Action wobble

If you have never used an Action Wobble, I encourage you to purchase some HERE at The Royal Castle Shoppe and get your wobble on.  Soon you will be adding a little wobble to all your crafting. :)

Thanks for coming by today.  I hope you are all enjoying your weekend whatever it is that you are doing.  See you back here really soon.

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Monday, November 5, 2012

Paper Playtime Challenge #88 ~ Autumn Colours

Good Monday morning again, my friends.  Wow, that was a fast week.  Did you get a chance to enter the quick one week "Anything Goes" challenge?  If not, today is a new challenge at Paper Playtime.  It is the first Monday of the month and it is a challenge to use Autumn colours and a die cut of some sort.  Our sponsor for this two week challenge is none other than my friend Theresa, The Scrapbooking Queen who is giving the winner a set of 4 Action Wobbles.  Whoo hoo!!!

I decided to do something a little different for this challenge.  Autumn is one of my fave times of year with all the pretty leaves and wonderful colours.  I tend to take lots of scenery pictures at this time of year and have made a scrapbook layout where I can display some of my special ones.  It is a 12" x 12" double page layout and can hold either a 5" x 7" and two 4" x 6" pictures or any combination that will fit on the photo mats. 

Left side:

Right side:

 Close up of Title:

Technically because I live in Canada we use the British spelling of colours but since this was a cut already on the cartridge I guess it will have to do.

Close up of Leaf  Bundles to show dimension:

After cutting out both layers of the leaves and gluing them together I ran them through a crimper to give them some texture.


Card stock ~ Recollections, The Paper Factory
Patterned Paper ~ Creative Memories
Cricut ~ Simply Scarecrow
~ title cut at 3 1/2"
~ leaves cut at 3 1/2". 4"
Punches ~ EK Success
~ Martha Stewart
All My Memories Paper Stain ~ Chocolate
Rhinestones ~ Recollections

Thank you for coming by today.  Please join us at Paper Playtime and show us your projects using Autumn colours and die cuts.  You have until noon Thursday, November 15, 20012 to enter. 

Have a wonderful day!

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Monday, October 29, 2012

Paper Playtime Challenge #87 ~ "Anything Goes"

Good Monday morning, my friends.  I trust you all had a great weekend and are ready to face the week ahead.  Since we are blessed with 5 Mondays in October we have a one week "Anything Goes" challenge at Paper Playtime.  Easy peasy, right?

Since this was an "Anything Goes" challenge I decided to make a card I needed to send to a special friend and use some paper and a stamp I had purchased before I moved.  It's not exactly seasonal for Fall but it was cute anyhow and I know my friend likes cats.

and the inside:

A close up of the image to see the detail and paper piecing:


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ MME 6 x 6  "Moments"
Image ~ Whimsy Stamps "L'il Bells" (Elisabeth Bell Designs)
Copic Markers
Inside Sentiment ~ CARDZ TV Stamps "Encouraging Thoughts"
Spellbinders ~ Nestabilities Labels Eight
Sakura Clear Glaze Pen
Flowers, ribbons and pearls ~ "Use It Up" Inventory

Thanks. as always, for coming by today.  Don't forget to join us at Paper Playtime this week with your "Anything Goes" projects and you could win a $15.00 gift certificate from our sponsor, The Robin's Nest.

Take care,  See y'all soon!

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Thursday, October 25, 2012

"2 Months til Christmas" Blog Hop

Hello my friends.  As most of you know I moved at the beginning of this month and have taken some time to settle in.  Then I had some "technical difficulties".  So this is my first post since then.  It feels SOOOOOOOOOO good to be back!!  And you have read the title correctly ~ 2 months ~ 60 short days~ until Christmas.  Thanks for joining us on our monthly hop.  If you have come from Tara B's blog, you are in the correct spot.  If not, you may want to head on over to Mary's blog so that you won't miss any of the wonderful projects our great group of ladies are showcasing.  We've changed it up a bit this month and have made it 2 Christmas projects instead of a card using a colouring medium and a card using a die cut.  Sit back, grab a cup of coffee or your fave beverage and take some time to view our hop.  And remember to leave some love along the way as we all like to know who has been visiting us.

My first project is a card set of 3 cards:

and a close up of each individual card:


Card stock ~ Recollections, Bazzill
Patterned Paper ~ Echo Park 6 x 6 Very Merry Christmas
Stamps ~ Kraftin Kimmie Holiday Lulu & Libby
Copic markers
Punch ~ Martha Stewart
All My Memories Paper Stain ~ Chocolate
Bakers Twine ~ Martha Stewart
Buttons ~ $1.50 bin Michaels
Bling ~ Recollections
Sakura Clear Glaze Pen
Stickles ~ Golden Rod
Stampendous Crystal Snow

I think these are just the cutest ~ guess the same person has to get all three :)

My second project is also a card.  I had high hopes of making something to match this card but time ran out.  I am going to post it at a later date though so stay tuned.


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ Echo Park 6 x 6 Very Merry Christmas
Embossing Folder ~ Couture Creations "Pere Noel"
Sentiment ~ Hero Arts
Colorbox Pigment Stamp Pad ~ Silver
Ribbon ~ Dollarama
Stickles ~ Silver
~ Crystal
Sakura Clear Glaze pen
I~Rock for jewels

I like the elegant feel of this card.  No matter how I took them the picture did not do it justice ~ it is so much
shiner in person with lots of texture. 

Thanks for coming by to hop with us.  You are now off to Tara K's blog (I am surrounded by Tara's).  Until next time,  happy crafting and "Merry Christmas!".

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Friday, October 19, 2012

Technical Difficulties!!!

Hello my friends!  It has been a while since I have posted anything.  Today is just a quick update before I lose all my followers that I am moved and have my craft room up and running.....not that I have actually made anything yet.  But I am having technical difficulties with my camera and my computer since we moved so I can not download any pictures to my computer.  I kinda know what is wrong but not sure how to fix it. I hope to talk to my IT guy (a friend of my hubby's) this weekend and should be good to go by next week. 

First thing I want to show you when the problem is fixed is my new scrap space.  It is so much bigger than at my old apartment and I love the way my Mom and I set it up.....thanks for your help. Mom!  And then don't forget to join me the 25th of October for our "2 Months 'til Christmas" blog hop. 

Let me leave you with the latest picture of my grandson who is now 6 weeks old already.  The email my son sent was titled "Hi Grandma" and it just melted my heart.

Thanks for coming by today.  I will see y'all very early next week.  Have a great weekend!

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Monday, October 1, 2012

Paper Playtime Challenge #85 ~ "Trick or Treat"

Good Monday morning, my friends.  As you are reading this I am busy unloading a truck at my new apartment.  I am so looking forward to finally getting there and settling down.  Give me a couple of weeks and I will be posting pictures of my new scrap/craft space all organized and ready to go  (I hope). 

Today is a new challenge at Paper Playtime.  The theme of the challenge is "Trick or Treat" using a die cut as it is the Die Cut Divas turn.  We are sponsored this month by The Robin's Nest so please show us your creations for a chance to win.

This is my card:


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ K & Co. Halloween Designer Mat Pad
Cricut ~ Paper Doll Dress Up (for the figure, grass and moon/stars)
Punch ~ EK Success
Stamps ~ Peachy Keen Everyday Character Face Assortment
Sentiment ~ Michaels $1.50 bin
Embossing Powder ~ Green Tinsel
Colorbox chalk ~ Charcoal
~ Creamy Brown
~ Warm Green
Sakura White Gel Pen
Sakura Clear Glaze pen
Face Chalk ~ Inkadinkadoo
Dewdrops ~ The Robin's Nest

Thanks for stopping by today.  I appreciate all of you sticking around while I have been quiet and moving.  Hope to see you again real soon. 

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Thursday, September 13, 2012


Hello my crafty friends.  How is your week going?   I guessed it.....still packing.  Truthfully it is almost done and I am well organized for the move in a couple of weeks.  I am excited to be going closer to my family and am looking forward to getting settled in our new area. 

My nephew turned 15 about a week ago now.  Masculine and teenage cards all rolled into one ~ definitely something I had to work at.  I know he loves Nascar but I did not have any images or Cricut carts for that.  Another one of his interests at the moment is BMX biking so that was my final choice:

and the inside:


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ Recollections
Cricut ~ Dude light cartridge
Inside sentiment ~ Teddy Bo & Co.
Cuttlebug ~ Stars embossing folder
Star brads ~ "Use it Up" Inventory

Simple, quick and easy and he really liked it so I guess I scored.  I should probably start thinking about his 16th birthday now, after all, I have a year :)

Good to see y'all today.  Take care and I will see you again soon.

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Monday, September 10, 2012

Welcome to Our Little One

Good Monday morning, my friends!  I have had an extremely busy and eventful weekend but not as it was originally planned.  Friday night I got "the text" was on its way.  Shortly after that, and I mean shortly, I got another text that I was a grandmother of a healthy baby boy.  He was in a big hurry to enter this world.  Yesterday we drove the two hours to the hospital and spent most of the day with the new little family.  His name is Evan David born at 5:08pm September 7, 2012 weighing 7 lbs 5 ozs.  This is the card I made to welcome our baby into the world:

Close up of the image:


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ Recollections
Image ~ Magnolia Prince Baby Edwin
Copic markers
Sentiment ~ Michaels $1.50 bin
Spellbinders ~ Nestabilities Wonky Rectangles
Cuttlebug ~ Spots and Dots embossing folder
Bakers Twine ~ We R Memory Keepers
Glossy Accents
Buttons ~ "Use it Up" inventory

I also knitted them a blanket.  It was made from Bernat Baby Blanket yarn which was extremely soft to work with.  It reminds me of a fleece blanket and I am sure it will keep our baby so warm :)

Close up to see the pattern:

I have one other picture to share.  It is of my son, daughter-in-law and baby Evan.  My son is not a fan of social media sights and has asked me not to share pictures on line but I do have his permission to post one here:

A big CONGRATULATIONS to Mommy and Daddy. 

Thanks for stopping by today to share my big news. Things may be slowing down here at my blog for a bit as I have to pack up my little craft room for our move shortly.  I do have a couple of posts scheduled to go live but I know I won't have too much time for crafting.  I do hope to be back in action and enjoying some "sanity time for me" crafting as soon as I am settled.

Happy Monday and enjoy your week.

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Monday, September 3, 2012

Paper Playtime Challenge #83 ~ Gingham

Good Monday morning, my friends.  This is the end of a long weekend for us and many others I believe as well.  It is also the official "end of Summer" where I live as the kids go back to school tomorrow.  Back to routine for lots of folk.  Since I have no school age children anymore that is not an issue for me but it still feels like the end of Summer, although the warm weather usually hangs around for a while yet.  I do have just under a month to pack up the rest of the apartment as we move at the start of October.  Where has the time gone????

Today is the start of a new challenge at the Paper Playtime blog ~ for the next two weeks the challenge is to use a die cut and gingham on your projects.  We are being sponsored by Mark's Finest Papers and Stamps and one lucky entry will win the North American Wood Stamp Set.  This is my card:

and the inside:


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ Martha Stewart
Cricut ~ Wild Card (card)
~ Elegant Edges (scalloped circles, pointed square)
~ Accent Essentials (inside circle)
Images and Sentiment ~ Mark's Finest Papers and Stamps Relax A Bit
Copic markers
Punch ~ Stampin' Up word window
Colorbox Chalk ~ Lavender
~ Pink Pastel
Ribbon ~ Michaels
Flowers, jewels ~ "Use it Up" inventory

Thanks for coming by to see me today.  Please join us and share your gingham/die cut creations with us over at Paper Playtime

Until next time, keep crafting

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Friday, August 31, 2012

Cupcake Time!

Hello my friends.  It's Friday....whoo hoo....and a long weekend to boot for Canada and the US I believe.  Any fun plans?  We are spending time with friends and family just hanging out with a little packing thrown in.  Moving day is fast approaching.  Most of my craft room is still intact as I use it as my sanity between packing but I guess I will have to pack most of it up soon too :(

I have an adorable little birthday card to show you today.  It would be perfect for a young (or young at heart girl in your life.  And since one of my latest projects  is cupcakes add a few in a gift box and viola, instant gift with matching card.

Inside of card:

and a close up of the image:


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ Dovecraft 6 x 6 Princess Fairytale
Image and Outside Sentiment ~ Kraftin' Kimmie Birthday Lulu
Inside Sentiment ~ Rubber Stampede
Copic markers
Punch ~ EK Success
Washi Tape ~ Freckled Fawn
Stickles ~ Cotton Candy
Liquid Pearls ~ Bisque
~ Teal
Twine ~ Queen & Company
Sakura Glaze Pen

Thank you for dropping in today.  Have a wonderful weekend and make some time for yourself to do something you enjoy.

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

You Warm My Heart

Good Morning, my friends.  Again this weekend I was able to spend some time in my craft room and I have a couple of things to show for it this week.  Other than that I have spent my time split between working and packing.  For such a small apartment it feels like we have way too much stuff.  My parents came and helped me yesterday and that was a great help.

It has got hot again here and as many of my regulars know I do not like heat very well.  I needed to make something to make me feel cool :)  I think this fits that, don't you?

Close up of the image:

and the inside:


Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ BoBunny 6 x 6 Blitzen
Image ~ Sassy Studio Designs Winter Wendy (retired digi)
Copic Markers
Sentiments ~ CARDZ TV stamps"Good Friends" (outside)
~ "Encouraging Thoughts" (inside)
Spellbinders ~ Nestabilities Classic Ovals Large
~ Scalloped Ovals
Punches ~Fiskars Threading Water
~ Creative Memories heart
~ Martha Stewart snowflake
Stickles ~ Light Green
Snowflakes Skittles ~ Your Next Stamp
Dew Drops ~ The Robin's Nest

I am entering this card into the Dare to be Sassy Thursday Challenge #139 "All About What's on the Inside" (decorate the inside of your card or project).

Thanks again for stopping by today.  I appreciate each and every one of you and all the amazing comments you leave.  Have a wonderful Tuesday.

{{{{{HUUGS}}}}}, Heather

Saturday, August 25, 2012

"4 Months til Christmas" Blog Hop

Good morning and Happy Saturday.  I hope you all have amazing plans for this weekend no matter where you are.  It is exactly 4 months today until Christmas and like every month since February it is the day we showcase 2 Christmas cards on our short blog hop.  Premise of our hop ~ so that none of us will be rushed to get our cards made during the busy months, a group of very talented ladies headed by my best friend, Shari, make 2 Christmas cards (one using a coloured medium and one using some kind of die cut) and have a short blog hop on the 25th of each month.  Cool, huh?  I know I am already feeling like I have a great head start on Christmas cards and will be able to enjoy crafting in November/December if I get time. 

So, if you are arriving from Tara P's blog you are in the correct spot.  If not, you will want to go to my friend Kerry's blog to start at the beginning of our hop.  Two of our regular ladies needed to take this month off and we have a wonderful guest designer joining us.  Welcome to Lora, owner of One Crazy Stamper, who is joining us today.  I will have the order of all 8 of us on this hop at the end of the post in case you happen to get lost along the way.  Alright, enough are my cards:


Close Up:



Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ ATD Momenta Christmas
~ Fancy Pants 6 x 6 Winterland
Image ~ Bugaboo Stamps Ava & Deacon Christmas "HoHo"
Spellbinders ~ Nestabilities Petite Scalloped Ovals Small
~ Petite Ovals Large
Inside Sentiment ~ Kraftin' Kimmie Inside Christmas Sentiments 
Punch ~ Martha Stewart snowflake
Chalk ~ Memento Turquoise Gem
~ Studio G  Pink
Liquid Pearls ~ Opal
Silver Stickles
Clear Dew Drops
Button & floss ~ "Use it Up" Inventory




Card stock ~ Recollections
Patterned Paper ~ Recollections
Cricut ~ Mini Monograms Scalloped Circle
Circle Punch ~ Marvy
Border Punch ~ EK Success
Cuttlebug ~ Snowflakes embossing folder
Image ~ Michaels $1.50 bin
Sentiment ~ JustWordz Christmas Season
Inside Sentiment ~ Kraftin' Kimmie Inside Christmas Sentiments
Ribbon ~ American Crafts
Bling ~ Recollections
Colorbox Chalk ~ Creamy Brown
Sakura Glaze Pen

Well, thanks for dropping by today.  You are now off to Mary's blog.  Have a great day and a fun weekend. 

{{{{{HUGS}}}}}, Heather

Our Hop Order:

3.) Sara:
4.) Shari:
5.) Tara:
6.) Heather:   (YOU ARE HERE!)
7.) Mary:
8.) Lora: (Special Guest)