ME? Well, My name is Yvonne and I am a SAHM to FOUR beautiful, energetic, wild, lovable, crazy and amazing children. I am married to my best friend and the Love of my life. And I have a creative side that needed an outlet so I started this blog to share my creations with all of you. One day my oldest daughter, all of 6 years old, looked at me while I was crafting and said "you sure are One Creative Momma" and the name for my blog was born.
This weekend the Action Wobble design team will be featuring Art Impressions stamps that were made with Action Wobbles in mind. This project pushed me passed my usual comfort zone into a world of image coloring. Don't get me wrong I can color in a book with crayons with the best of my kiddos but image coloring like the professionals truly intimidated me. These Shake Your Booty stamps are fun so I took the challenge and ran with it and love the end result.
For my project I was given THE DANCER stamp set from Art Impressions.
Isn't she a riot?! She reminds me of that Great Aunt everyone has who gets on the dance floor at weddings and dances until the last dance. HA!
So here she is in all her glory!
Well, I stamped her image on a peachy colored paper, colored her with Marvy markers and colored pencils, I fussy cut her dress from patterned paper and layered her on top of an embossed music note paper, a tag and a label. The chevron ribbon and Aqua Trendy Twine seemed to match perfectly with the flower embellishment so they were added as well.
The inside of this card is rocking' the wobble making this lady's booty shake!
Someone will certainly smile when they receive this card!
Now who wants some blog candy?
Leave me a comment and follow my blog for a chance to win a 6 pack of Wobbles!
And if you comment on all the Blog Hop stops and follow these amazing designers you could be the winner of the Queens Royal Prize Pack!
It will include one of these fun stamp sets and maybe a few extra goodies!
The next stop on this hop is Ro ~ http://rodonner.blogspot.com/. I hope you have fun hopping this weekend and tune in Monday for the announcement of all the winners!
What a week this has been! I have been swamped with Room Parent duties, Girl Scout meetings, and selling Girl Scout cookies with my daughters. I was also challenged to keep my 2 year old in his crib since he learned how to climb out and making valentines for 3 of my children their friends, teachers and my Girl Scout Troop. 94 Valentines to be exact!!! I succeeded in making the Valentines but not so much in keeping my son in his crib. HAHA
Today I'm sharing a project on the Action Wobble Blog. My almost 10 year old asked me to create something with a Mustache on it. So after a little brainstorming we decided this was perfect for her friends. I added an action wobble to the Mustache to add a little movement and my daughter LOVED them.
When you are making valentines for kids its best to keep them simple
and cost effective and that's what these are.
Super Cute, Super Fun and they didn't break the bank.
My 8 year old daughter wanted Minions and with the help of Pinterest we made these fun valentines!
My 5 year old son handed out these M&Ms Valentines...
And he gave this Valentine to his 8th Grade Buddy!
I made these boxes for my Brownie Girl Scout Troop
and filled them with Candy Bracelets.
And lastly, the Teachers and Staff at school received one of the following treats.
Well, If you've made it this far THANK YOU!
It was fun making all these Valentines but now I need a nap!
I hope you all have a wonderful Valentines Day with those you LOVE.