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Married to a wonderful guy.  Two sons. A fur baby Chloe (golden retriever)

Monday, March 17, 2014

What's everyone been up to?

It's been a while since I last posted.  I have been hibernating like everyone else this past winter.  Feeling like going no where and just trying to keep warm and staying inside.  
Hoping that Spring will get here soon.  :)    

I have been swapping and creating and hosting swaps. At least the Mail box is smiling and when hubby walks up to the mailbox and brings it back to me, it puts a smile on my face to see all the fun bright cherri mail. :)
I'm going to put what I've made here on my blog down below but will also make a long over due video on youtube as well.
My YT channel is:  Robin LaVonne Moore  Hope you can come on over and watch and please... leave a comment if you like.  Thanks.  Here goes some of what I've made and worked on.  Tfl :) The top two front and back are for a Mail art swap,the them is Vintage Grungy.  The Splatter Grunge is from Stamp Cabana and the ink I used is Lighting Black,which has gold pigment ink with the black ink, it's really cool ink by Brilliance which I haven't used in a while and was fun to play with for a change.  The papers are from Graphic 45. I cut out windows and put acetate inside to create a window on the front and back and then created a scalloped frame to use around the windows.  I used my Spellbinders square nestabilities.

 These bottom two front and back are made with Blackboard cs from Michaels line, I then stamped the background with gold ink and then stamped using white frost (Colorbox ink) and used extra fine white detailed powder, which I bought in bulk yrs ago and have about a cup full left.  Which will last another lifetime for me...lol  On the back I did the same as the front and carried the theme on.  Made a coin envy.  I used my We R Making Memories Envelope Maker board that I bought two yrs ago from HSN.  I  love this thing and use it all the time to make my homemade envies.  I have all the templates from Green Sneakers that I bought at my first convention in Cleveland Ohio back in 1983 (30 yrs ago when I first started stamping)  Their templates are really nice and easy to use too.   But the Envelope Punch Board can make so many more things.  Just type in search box at youtube "Envelope Punch Board" and you will see 100's of ways to use and make things.  I've made a SnowWomen for a thank you favors and many other things that I wish I took a scan of and posted, they are long sent on to my pen friends. I just can't say enough about the Envelope Punch Board by We R Making Memories.  Stamping Up has even got We R Making Memories to make their boards for them as well, that's how much fun they are to use.   Thanks for looking.  Hugs!