October 1, 2008

Casa Mom in Pictures

1. Blythe postcard from Gina G., 2. Pizza Mau, 3. Seminole Indian bronze sculptures, 4. Purple Passion, 5. Ami, 6. Pepsi Red, 7. DIY RV, 8. Chocolate Cupcakes, 9. Vegas! Showgirls 7, 10. Madre e hija (y la jauría) - Mother & daughter (and the dog pack), 11. luv u Goofy, 12. The End

1. What is your first name? Gina

2. What is your favorite food? Pizza

3. What high school did you go to? Seminole

4. What is your favorite color? Purple

5. Who is your celebrity crush? Ami James

6. What is your favorite drink? Pepsi

7. What is your dream vacation? RV

8. What is your favorite dessert? chocolate

9. What did you want to be when you grew up? Vegas showgirl

10. What do you love most in life? my daughter

11. What is one word that describes you? goofy

July 12, 2008

Sew Crafty Friday - Flower Bouquet

This is a cute "flower" bouquet I made with my Cricut for my daughter's teacher. For the flowers, I used the George and Doodlecharms cartridge. For "Many Thanks" I used the Jasmine cart. The bucket came from the $1 bin at Target. On the left you can see a little pocket
. I used Doodlecharms for the pocket and the tag that goes inside it. On the tag I wrote a poem and attached a ribbon. I also tucked in a Target gift card and attached a ribbon to that too. The buttons came from my own stash.
(click on the pic for a closer look)

I really liked the way this turned out. It was really easy to put together and looks great! I hope you like it. Check out Shereen's blog for more crafty goodies.

June 27, 2008

Got Milk?

My poor husband...he's been waiting for me to make this cake since April. It was supposed to be for his birthday. The date came and went, so I promised to make it for Father's Day. Yeah...that day passed too. So today, out of the blue, I decided to finally bake it. Normally I would put a little wax paper under the cake to avoid getting frosting on the plate but I'm too tired to be so picky, and my husband will be so happy he finally got his cake, that he won't even notice.

Check out more crafty goodness over at Waiting for Him. I'm off to get me a cold glass of milk.

June 25, 2008

Retro Housewife...Not!


As a 1930s wife, I am
Very Poor (Failure)

Take the test!

Not sure what it takes to be a good 1930's wife but whatever it is I ain't got it!

June 12, 2008

Sew Crafty Friday-Gift Bags

These are some gift bags I made for my daughter's Qianjiang sisters. The girls are from the same orphanage and were in our travel group. The girls and their families are having a reunion in Pensacola beach this weekend but unfortunately we cannot attend. One of the families lives nearby and is taking the bags with them.

The bags are gift bags purchased at a local party supply store. I used my Cricut for the embellishments. The seahorse was cut with the Doodlecharms cart and for the tag I used George.

Every family is bringing inexpensive gifts for all seven girls in the group so once it's all said and done; they will each have a ton of goodies to enjoy.

For my giftbags I purchased the following: washable watercolor set, small plaster kitty or dog to paint, one tanktop, sandal-shaped notepad, fish stickers, bag of panda shaped cookies, crazy straw, inflatable fish, and a painted wooden letter of their initial.