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Tuesday, October 7, 2008

The RAKS I've been meaning to post

Thank you goes to these gals who have blessed me with these special raks. I apologize that I wasn't able to share them with the world until now.

This first rak is from Charlotte. I've always wanted to make these cute giant paper clips! Soooo cute! Thank you Charlotte!! Guess which one is my favorite? Love this birthday card from Jen...is the Holy Cow a rub on?? Love the purple cow sister!! Thank you for this card and my treat :)

This sweet rak is from my friend Barbie's daughter Sunny. Isn't this sweet? Barbie tells me that Sunny made many cards before she decided that this is the one she's giving to me...awww, sweet! I love the CB folder she used as a background and I just loved how she made those hula skirts on these cute animals shine! Stamp is by TAJ of Honolulu. Their store is located in the Ward Warehouse.
In addition to the sweet card, I also got these wonderful goodies too! Am I lucky, or what!?! Thank you Sunny and Barbie! You spoil me!!

Talk about being spoiled...I received this super cute card from my friend, Joy. I was eyeing it up when I saw it posted as an entrant for one of Jen's challenges...These cute images can be bought as a download from Little Dreamer Designs.

Look at all of that glitter on the word Aloha...I forgot to take a pic of the other treats that Joy gave to me...2 Hello Kitty dies!! Wow girl! what did I do to deserve that?? Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your kindness and friendship. You know you and Taelyn are family to me - xoxo.

Can you believe that I got yet another goodie from Joy?? This is a cute little box made with 4 envelopes from the new SU scallop envelope Sizzix die. Cute huh?! She got the idea from Fay at My Stamping Creations...I also saw this idea on Jane Matsumoto's blog called Whoopsie Daisy. Check out her tutorial here. Thanks Fay and Jane!
Aahhh...this cute Halloween card from Jean! I love Halloween! The bling is fabulous! Thank you for the chocolate bar too! So sweet of you to think of me! Looking foward to our October lunch time...BTW, did we set that up yet?? I'll have to call Darcie.

Finally, special thanks goes out to my sweet cousin in San Fran...got this awesome goodie package the other week...so many fun things!! Pam, I've already filled the ribbon holders and they work great! I love all of the other goodies too! You are too sweet - thank you so much!!!


Again, my apologies for the tardy post. I loved every one of these RAKS and thank you for thinking of me!!! BIG hugs!

8 comments:

Bunny B said...

Great RAKs!! I esp love that Aloha card -- Super Cute! :)

Jodi said...

Whoo Hoo! These are all awesome RAKs Teri, TFS! You lucky girl you! =)

Joy said...

I love making those big paper clips too! they are so cute...you got so many RAKS...awesome! I love sharing with you...you are definitely family =) have a good day!

Rita said...

Luv all your RAK's, your a lucky girl! I haven't tried those big paper clips either, but they are on my to try list...which keeps getting bigger each day!

Denise said...

Those RAKS are beautiful, you deserve them all! I still haven't picked up those paper clips yet, but I will try them SOON.

Catherine said...

look at those...how cool!

malieta said...

Your RAKs are beautiful Terri and so are your gifts!!! You are so blessed to have such wonderful friends!
Risa:)
p.s. Of course the paper clip featuring Hello Kitty has to be your fav.:)

Colleen said...

Wow! What a lucky girl you are. It's like Christmas everyday for you always getting such great RAK goodies. I espcially like the paper clips and the TAJ card the best. The paper clips are so much fun to make. I made about 25 of them last year as beginning of the school year gifts for some of my co-workers.