Masks and Cards

Oh my, I am busy….sewing and card making…..yes! I love Buffalo Plaid and the stamp with the same name has been my go to…Wow.

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I am taking this time to be STILL, yes, still…creating and enjoying my garden, long walks with my dog and creating in the kitchen. My coop up feelings have gone away by enjoying what I have….not what I don’t have. I am creating cards and sending them to friends and family…so thankful.

The card is simple, just Red Cherry Cobble paper with stamped with Black ink… I make alot of these to have on hand. I use them for birthday cards, thinking of you, etc.

If you are interested in a mask, go to my etsy site or you can order below. I am trying something new….see how it works.

Buffalo Plaid Mask, Triple layer, Filter pocket, Nose wired, White Lining, 100% Cotton fabric face mask, Washable face mask, Reusable

- Washable / Reusable Buffalo Plaid Mask, Black, Red classic pattern with white Lining. Show the love of classic outdoors and nature. - Handmade in Muskegon, Michigan •100% cotton • Three layers of high quality quilt fabric. • White Lining • Bendable wire at nose for a snug fit. • Elastic ear ties made from high quality elastic. • Inside pocket for optional added filtration layer. • Pleated construction. Special Nose Wire: (4” long, 0.315” wide, two 23 gauge wires) white plastic 2-wire is flexible and durable. No Pokes. Smooth finish. Prevents Fog glasses.

$15.95

Enjoy this lovely day! Thanks for stopping by…..

Where You Been?

I have not been here since May 4…Now June 29. I have been making masks and more masks plus card making. My husband has been home and life have changed greatly. No work, no money but lots of time. Yes, have to look at life differently. I have been blessed making masks, it it helps others and people are wanting them and they cover the cost of making them.

Ok, you may not like University of Michigan…I love them. They saved my life with surgery back in 2016. Yes, I love them too cause of my niece, she graduated from U of M in 2019. I never had the opportunity to go, now that I am in my 60’s, I treasure she had the opportunity. Her Mom, my twin, never had much help in going to college, the importance…..her Mom knew how important. My twin had a stroke and passed away in 2014, two weeks before her daughter was to graduate from High school. She graduated with honors and had many scholorships to go to U of M. She graduated May 5, 2019, five years to the date of her Mom’s passing. This made the date May 5, a happy memory vs. a sad day. Life goes on, never the same.

Now, the year 2020, a pandemic…..My niece is in New York, New York. I have been a nervous basket case. Now, things are looking better….My niece is looking for work, praying she gets what is good and a fit for her hard college work.

So life goes on. What have you been doing? Yes, card making but so much more….. lots of cooking, baking and washing dishes….and that is life. Staying home and being safe. Thanks for reading and if you would like to know more about my love of Stampin’ Up, come back…will try to inject more info and help and not be so laid back.