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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Tamiko's Thursday Teasers - Buttons, Brads and Bling!

I swear I'm losing track of my days! Wasn't it just Thursday?? It's another Thursday and the last day of September too! This week, the Creative Team used buttons, brads and bling on their creations. So much fun! Here is my card for the week. Can you find the buttons, brads and bling on my card?? I ended up taking off the bling on the buttons but didn't get a chance to re-take my photo, but that's okay, you get the idea! Here's a closer look at the embellishments...I really love the new glitter brads by SU, don't you? The only bummer part was that I split my fingernail struggling to open up the brad because they seem to seal shut when they are dipped in the glitter. So worth it though because they are sooooo pretty!
I used glitter paper for the background and the larger nestie shape, this card is so sparkly I just love it!
BTW, the 50 Tag Class is now SOLD OUT! Wow! Can't believe how fast it filled up! Thank you to all of you who quickly RSVP'd for this class. If you haven't received your email confirmation from me yet, I will be replying to your email today. Please remember to send in your payment as the payment will hold your space for the class. I'm looking forward to seeing all of you who signed up for the class!
Thanks for stopping by and spending a part of your day with me here! Your comments keep me going as I'm trying really hard to keep up with all of this!

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Grateful Greetings

Happy Wednesday! Thanks for all of the emails and requests to attend the 50 Tag class. Half of the kits are already sold! Well today, I am sharing with you a fun Halloween card. I used one of SU's newest embossing folder. This spider web has a deep emboss, don't you just love it? I used Frost White all purpose ink to add a little shine to the web. Doesn't it look like the glow from the moon? I'm also using our new bat punch and glittered brads. I still have a bunch of Halloween projects to share with you, so be sure you pop back here to check it out.
Tomorrow is another Tamiko's Thursday Teaser, so please also come back to peek at that creation.
Thank you for your visit today! Don't forget that sign ups for the 50 Tag class is on a first come, first served basis and I only cut 24 kits. Once they are gone, there will be no more. For those who asked what stamp sets we will be using for the class, I will have that information posted by Friday. Thanks for your patience!

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Annual 50 Tag Class - Sneak Peek!

Thanks for stopping by today for my sneak peek! I'm soooo excited to share this sneak peek with you to get you all excited for the upcoming holidays! I've been working on creating these tags for you and also spent some time figuring out what kind of containers to put them all in to make the tags look extra special. Here's the peek... Here are the details for the classes: The classes will be held on Saturday, October 9 and Sunday, October 10. I'm having to move the time of the class to 10:00 a.m. to allow everyone more time to finish their tags. If you cannot make it at 10:00 a.m., that's okay, but please allow time to at least stamp all of the images so that you can finish them up at home.
Here's what will be in your kits - ALL the materials (cardstock (all pieces for each tag), embellishments, use of stamps, diecuts, punches/tools) to complete 50 tags (string/ribbon included) and cute and fun containers to hold the tags. You will also receive a kit to make a fun bonus project!
RSVP will be by a first come, first served basis and I have cut only 24 kits. The cost for this annual tag kit will be $40.00. To RSVP, please send me an email (include the date you'd like to attend the class). I will confirm your reservation and ask that you please promptly send your payment to me upon confirmation. My address will be provided to you via email. I am asking for your payment in advance as this will help me pay for all of the materials. Thank you for your cooperation!
Because I've been struggling with juggling time for everything that I need to do, kits to go will only be allowed under this condition. The kit will be sold as assembled for class and no images will be stamped. I thought about this for a long time and the reality is that I cannot stamp 50 images for each kit to go and still keep my sanity. So, if you are interested in the kit to go, you will receive the kit without stamped images. As a suggestion, you can substitute a stamp set or you just might have the images that I used! The cost will still be $40.00 and I ask that you add $5.00 for shipping.
Demonstrators' cost is $20.00 and if you are requesting a kit to go, the same policy applies and I also ask that you add the $5.00 shipping fee.
In case you might be wondering why the cost for demonstrators is half of the cost, that is the standard courtesy for demonstrators. If you are interested in becoming a demonstrator so that you can also reap this benefit, email me for more information to join my group! Right now is the perfect time to join because there are a couple of really cool freebies offered when you sign up!
Thank you so much for your understanding.
I can't wait to share all of the tags with you this year. I had fun creating them for you and know that you will love the finished tags!

Monday, September 27, 2010

Sharing something sweet!

Happy Monday friends! Tomorrow, I will have my 50 Tag class sneak peek and information about the class. I worked on it all weekend and am finally ready to reveal to you the projects. I am so excited for everyone who attends my annual tag class to see what I came up with this year. I know you will love it!
Today, I am sharing some sweet candy holders with you. I used SU's newest die called candy wrapper. It is so simple and fun to make. I made a whole bunch this weekend too! I used one of our new punches for this one - love this bat! Used some DSP for this one and an image from the Batty for You stamp set.
Do you like my monster?? Can you believe that I used the owl punch to make this monster? I added some glitter to the horns and googlie eyes. I used a row of rhinestones and the small heart punch.
I sprayed some smooch spritz on this bat.
Thanks for stopping in today. I hope you liked my candy wrapper projects today! I also wanted to thank all of you who left me such special comments about my little garden. Reading all of them brings tears to my eyes.
Please come back tomorrow for more information on the 50 tag class...sign ups will be first come, first served and I am only making 24 kits!!

Friday, September 24, 2010

Garden for Mom and the spider is back!

It felt so good to take a week off from blogging, but I didn't spend it sitting in the house or just creating. I actually spent most of my free time after work and the weekend working in the yard with my Dad. Dad is trying to do some vegetable planting and also a new crop of sunflowers. My mission was to clean up all of those nasty weeds that never go away and to plant a little flower garden of red ginger plants so when they bloom, we can take them to Mom. We go every week to visit and it would be nice to cut some flowers from the garden to take with us instead of visiting the flower shops. The area I chose in the back yard was filled with wild weeds and unwanted plants, so once I cleaned the area, I was able to move these red ginger plants that my brother-in-law helped to plant in another area in the yard. I wanted to move these red gingers to an area that would be easier for Dad to water so he wouldn't have to drag the garden hose so far. Anyway, I took a photo of the newly planted red ginger plants. It might not look like anything spectacular to anyone else but me, but it was definately satisfying to know that I did this all by myself and I did it with my Mom in mind. Can you believe that it's been almost 9 months? There's not a day that goes by that I don't think about her. I'm sure Mom would be proud of me for making this little garden just for her! Needless to say, every part of my body is aching from the constant workout in the yard and I am really not an outdoorsy person (is that a word??). It's just that I really couldn't stand seeing Dad do it all by himself. He's really excited to get back into his garden and it makes me happy when he is happy! Anyway, here is what I planted...
This is just a small section of what I accomplished. Our yard is pretty huge and I think I worked on almost the whole yard except maybe for one area...I think I need a little break from the yard. Did I mention that I broke lots of fingernails and met a ton of geckos???? Eeks!!
Anyway, thanks for letting me yakk about the garden...today, I am also sharing this cute little bag that I made using SU's fancy favor die. This die has really been one of my favorites! I cut the basket out using our black CS. I can't believe that I did not order any of the new Halloween DSP! I think I still have time to get some for more Halloween projects. Do you see the huge rick-rack? I cut it out using my new XL die called Tasteful Trim. There are 4 trims that you can cut from this die and I love all of them! I decorated this bag with my Spider friend that I created using the 1 3/4" circle punch and a swirl punch (not SU) for the legs. Isn't he so cute?? The sentiment "Got Treats" is from a set with the same name. I punched the sentiment out with the word window punch and adhered it on the modern label punch.
For the handle, I used one of the trims and folded it in half and adhered it together. It made a really sturdy handle! I attached the handle to the bag using the new glitter brads - I just love them!
Thanks to all of you for your continued support! I am overwhelmed and overjoyed that there were so many of you that came to visit me and commented on my post yesterday. I thought everyone forgot me because I abandoned my blog for a week. I am really on the fence to stop blogging since my priorities have changed and there's not much time left for me to get on the blog. We'll see how long I can do this. Thanks for letting me be a cry baby about this, I know all of this whining must be getting old.
Well, happy Aloha Friday to you all. It's a furlough day for me and I'm getting a massage this morning! I really, really need it! Thanks for stopping in today. I do have more Halloween projects to share with you and I promise the sneak peek on the Holiday Tags class too so I'll see you soon!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Tuesday on Thursday

Hi friends! Yes, I actually took a week off from blogging! There is just so much on my plate these days that I just needed to. I will fill you in more on that later, but for today, it's another assignment over at Tamiko's! This week, we created using nesties. When nesties first came out on the market, I remember saying that I was only going to buy the basic shapes (circle, square, rectangle) and I was going to be satisfied. Boy, was I wrong!! My collection since that day has grown to a full drawer of nesties, thanks to friends who gave them to me for gifts. I have to admit that I also added to the ever growing collection! Today's card is using an image from The Greeting Farm from the Creepy Crew collection which I bought over at Tamiko's. This princess' name is Tuesday and this is the first time that the rubber touched ink! I really enjoyed coloring her and working with these nesties was so much fun!
I used my photo corner punch (retired SU), oval punches, pearls and rhinestones. The sentiment came from part of stamp by Inkadinkado.
Short post today, so much to catch up on. If you liked my card today and want to see more cards featuring nesties, please take a look at what the Creative Team came up with - you can see all of the creations on Tamiko's blog right HERE! Thank you to all of you who have supported the team in our efforts to share some inspiration with you!
I will be posting a bunch of Halloween projects that I managed to work on with the little time I had this past week. I also worked on the samples for the tag class so I will be doing a sneak peek shortly. I will also be posting information on the tag class (date, time, cost, etc.) so stay tuned. Thanks to all of you for your patience on my mini absence from posting. You will see what I've been up to in the days to come. Take care and Big hugs to you!

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Tamiko's Thursday Teasers - The Challenge is back!

It's Thursday again friends! And time for another Tamiko's Thursday Teasers! This week, there's a little bit more excitement because the Tamiko's Challenge is back! The challenge is to alter two Greeting Farm images and use it on a 3D project. Are you excited? I am!
Here is what I came up with. I used Ruby and Travel Anya which you can get at Tamiko's online store. This is the first time that I altered images so I was kind of nervous, but it turned out not too bad, don't you think? I found a tutorial to make this cute little suitcase by Suzanne Dean. Her blog is called Scrap Bitz. You can find the tutorial HERE.
Here's a view of the suitcase a little opened. It was very fun and easy to make.
If you want to join in on the fun, create your altered image and use it on a 3D project. Then upload your creation on Tamiko's blog HERE. The prize for the winner of this challenge will win SWEET ANYA stamp. Sweet Anya is one of the latest releases by The Greeting Farm...to see the image of this sweet stamp, hop on over to Tamiko's blog. Need more inspiration before you start your creation for the challenge? Check out what the Creative Team has created HERE!
Thanks for your visit today. I hope you are as excited as I am about the challenge returning to Tamiko's! The deadline to submit your creation is midnight, September 30 (Hawaii Standard Time). Good luck!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Christmas Tag Monthly Swap

Before we know it, the holidays will be here, right? Well, my GF Kyoko thought of another fun swap to help us get ready for the holidays with this monthly Christmas tag swap! We are to make 3 identical tags for the partner that Kyoko pairs us up with. This month, I received these beautiful tags from my friend Sharon. This post doesn't do the tags justice because you cannot see the beautiful gold color of the reindeer and the snowflakes. Thanks so much Sharon! I was so excited to send out my tags to Sharon that I didn't take a photo of it...I will be sure to take one next month. Thanks Kyoko for putting this swap together.
If you are interested in participating in this easy and fun monthly swap, please go and check out Kyoko's blog right HERE.
Thanks for coming by today! Be sure you pop back in tomorrow for another exciting Tamiko's Thursday Teaser! This week, we are starting up the Tamiko Challenge again so you don't want to miss it! There's a prize offer too!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

August one card swap!

Got this fabulous card from my new friend KaRen for August's one card swap. I just LOVE this card. Thank you KaRen! KaRen makes some pretty special cards as she is an instructor at one of the craft stores here on the island - Munchkins out in Mililani. She is also on the design team for the store. Check out KaRen's blog right HERE! KaRen was also so sweet to include a little birthday rak for me...so sweet! I love the card, as Sing is one of my all time favorite Greeting Farm images! Thank you so much! I just love my bath gel and pouf! How did you know I am a huge fan of Victoria Secrets?!
Thanks for your visit today. BTW, if you are interested in receiving a special card each month, check out Linda's blog right HERE! She is the organizer of the monthly one card swap. I have met so many nice people out there by swapping cards each month!

Monday, September 13, 2010

Thankful Me!

Hello to a new week! Today I am sharing with you the thank you cards that I made for all of the sweet people who sent me birthday gifts. Thank gawd that I had help (thanks Wini!)...This card was not an original by me, but from someone out there in blogland, so sorry that i didn't pay attention to the talented person who created this...if it's you, please lmk and I will post your blog link for the world to see!
Anyhoo, with Wini's help, I was able to mass produce these pretty cards. I'm loving the butterfly and the pearls that adorn it.
Thanks for taking a peek here today! Wishing you a nice week!

Sunday, September 12, 2010


I hope you are all enjoying your weekend. I guess it was bound to happen with all of my running around and such, that I got sick. I'm getting over a sore throat and headaches. I forced myself to go to bed early and it felt nice to do nothing!!
I'm so shame that I didn't get a chance to post these wonderful and thoughtful birthday gifts from friends. Please forgive the tardiness! Thank you and BIG hugs to all of you for the sweet birthday wishes for this old girl!
From my GF Lynn. I love this glass holder and it was filled with alot of fun goodies!
This was the card that went with that gift. Thanks so much Lynn!
This special brak came from my GF Jenny of Hilo. Thank you so much jenny! I love this pretty pink box and all of the goodies inside! Woweeee!
This is the card that came with the gift, I just love these Lily of the Valley images, so sweet!
Got a pretty Coach pink wrist purse from my GF Joann. We go waaayyyy back, yeah Jo? Thank you so much for this special gift and for the ono lunch too! We really need to get together again. Call me, K?
These goodies are from Janis. When this score buddy came out, I thought about getting it and then changed my mind because I said I didn't need it. I know I don't need it, but it's always fun to have more toys to play with, right? Thanks Janis, I love the little bottles of glue too!
From my sweet friend, Brenda. I love this cute little punched octopus! You are such a genius to think up these cute punched animals! Thank you also for all of the goodies too!
What a sweet box from my GF Denise. Thank you so much! Love this box to hold little treasures, and thanks for the sweet gift inside too!
More sweet gifts! This cute easel box is from my GF Joni. I love it! Thanks so much for the treats inside the box too!
Wasn't this a sticky post? Full of so much sweetness! hehe! Thanks again friends for a wonderful birthday celebration!
Also wanted to give a shout out to thank the girls who attended my Sunday class in August for surprising me with a little birthday luncheon, that was so sweet of you!
Trying to catch up here with my posting, so hopefully next week, I'll have more to share with you. I'll be working on my christmas tag class samples.
Stay tuned for my August OCS card from my new friend, KaRen and also for the tags I received from my partner Sharon for the tag swap! Bear with me, I'm trying hard to catch up on things.
Thanks for sticking with me and for stopping by today!!

Saturday, September 11, 2010


As a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, we were allowed to order one of these really cool tote bags. I already owned one, but just HAD to have this one Why? because this tote holds my 12X12 paper trimmer and so much more than the tote I was currently using. I've had a few people ask me about this tote and how they can own one. I am happy to announce that you can now own one of these totes for FREE! Yes, FREE!!

From now until October 18th, you will receive a FREE craft tote (a $39.95 value) when you join Stampin' Up! as a demonstrator! The fall and winter holidays create some of the BEST stamping opportunities and it's a great time to earn some extra money! I would love to have you join my Stamping with Friends group!

Imagine... sharing your of Stampin’ Up! with this stylish and practical tote, patterned after our Greenhouse Gala Designer Series paper and large enough to carry 12” x 12” card stock and a Paper Cutter, as well as punches, ink pads, and accessories. And with two Starter Kits to choose from-Standard and Digital-at a brand new lower kit price, there’s never been a better time to join the Stampin’Up! family!
Contact me for your password to join and you could be a demonstrator today!

By the way, I gave my other tote bag away to a good home (happy face!)

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Tamiko's Thursday Teasers - Sketch using TGF or CC Design images

It's Thursday! Before I show you what I created for Tamiko's Thursday Teasers, I want to thank everyone who played in our first blog hop. My first too, and even though I was nervous, I ended up having alot of fun! Well, we have a winner! After compiling all of the names of the people who visited each of the team's blogs and commented, the lucky winner of the blog hop candy is PAM CRUZ! Congrats Pam! Please send Cami an email with your mailing address so the prize can be sent to you.
Today I am sharing our Thursday sketch assignment using either an image from The Greeting Farm, Wild Sprouts or CC Designs.
This fabulous sketch that we are using today was created by the talented Cindy Haffner. I am always inspired by Cindy's beautiful work. You can check out her work HERE. Here is the sketch that the Creative Team is using today.
The image that I am using is from The Greeting Farm. Her name is Ebony and she is a Wild Sprout. Want to get her for your GF collection? You can order her from Tamiko's online store HERE. Here is my take on Cindy's fabulous sketch. I had so much fun creating this card using a fun sketch. Be sure to check out all of the other cards made by the Creative Team HERE. You will be so inspired when you see their creations. BTW, please stop on over to Tamiko's online store to check out the NEW CC DESIGNS stamps that just arrived! My favorite is CAT GIRL...
Thanks for stopping by today!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Holiday Classes and a couple of shakers to share

Happy new week everyone! I hope you all had a nice, relaxing Labor Day weekend!
Just wanted to announce that I will NOT be having classes for the month of September. Things have been too hectic and I really didn't want to put myself under more stress to rush a class in September. But the good news is that I am working on the samples right now for my annual 50 tag class! Yes, the holidays are right around the corner. I know, scary isn't it? Especially for crafters who like to produce handmade cards, tags and gifts! The tag classes will be in October and the giftcard holder classes will be in November. I'm still working out the dates for October because I have a family commitment on the normal day that we usually hold the class (second Saturday and Sunday of each month). I will firm up the dates and announce them as soon as I know! I'm really getting excited about this year's tag class because Stampin' Up! has come out with so many really nice holiday stamps and products that I just can't wait to create and share them with you!
Today's post is a fun shaker card that I've been wanting to create with my partner in crime, Wini. We were initially suppose to get together to start on the tag class, but opted to making this shaker card instead. I just LOVE the way they turned out! Thanks for the fun Wini!! The only thing that I wish that SU comes up in the future would be to have larger stamped images. Don't you? This window needed a larger image to fill the space, so we used the Build-a-Bear die cut. This guy has alot of pieces but was worth the time cuz it turned out so darn cute! Here's my shaker... All products are SU. The DSP is called Jolly Holiday and can be found in the 2010 - 2011 Idea book & catalog. The Dec 25 image is from a set called Tags til Christmas and can be found in the new Holiday mini catalog, including the NEW decorative label punch! Finished it off with an antique brad and gold cord. The cute gingerbread men are from a set called Got Treats? in the IB&C. Did you see the pretty glimmer brad on the top right corner? Those are new too! This is from the brights collection. Sadly, the beads are no longer available through SU...I bought a whole bunch before they retired.
Did you get a NEW holiday mini catalog?? If you didn't and want one, please email me and I will get one to you right away! If you cannot wait, you can view one right now if you click on my the holiday mini catalog on my sidebar...you're gonna love all of the new products!
Anyway, here is Wini's shaker card...pretty much the same except different window. We used nesties to cut the windows. The DSP is from the same Jolly Holiday pack.
Thanks so much for your visit today. Hopefully I will have enough time to post a little more, but for sure on Thursday for the Tamiko's Thursday Teaser...Have a great start of the week!

Friday, September 3, 2010

Placing a name with a face Island Style

Happy Friday friends! I'm sure I'm the last to post stuff about our gathering that we had last week for a bunch of island girls but as always, no time to do the posting!!
Although it was so nice to see everyone, I'm not sure if I will be able to organize another one next year. It really took the wind out of me and I can't believe that I had a hard time bouncing back! Well, today, I'm sharing the projects that we did. I hope everyone enjoyed making them.
The first project was a cute Halloween box cut out with my Big Shot Pro. I'm so glad I invested in this machine. It is so easy to use and cuts with ease. I used Bazzill Bling cardstock for this box. The goofy pumpkin we created to decorate our box used a large circle punch, small square punch for the teeth and we actually used googlie eyes on the projects (I didn't have any for my sample here). The idea for this pumpkin actually came from the cricut cartridge called Mini Monsters. After cutting one out, I decided that it wasn't a good idea to use the cricut version because of all of the small pieces I would have to cut out and store before assembling it so I decided to create my own similar to the one on the cartridge. The leaf is an actual piece cut out with the cricut. For the mouth, I punched out a 1 3/4" circle (SU punch) and then used the punch again to form the smile. The cool ribbon is from Flora Dec and guess what? it is on sale! One roll of 25 yards is under $4.00! It comes in orange/black and white/black too! Okay, everybody run down before it's all gone!
I was very lucky to receive a donation of black and white fully adhesive craft paper for my project. Originally, the project was going to be something using Hello Kitty, but after loving the easy projects using my Create-a-Critter cartridge, I decided to "scrap" the kitty project and go with this cute panda. The bamboo was also cut using the 3M craft paper and all we had to do was peel and stick! Did you guys like it?? I'm not sure if it's still on sale at Fisher, but the price was something unreal like $4.29/pack? I stocked up but don't worry, I left some for you guys! haha!
We also made a couple of gift card holders using pretty pink bling cardstock by Bazzill...love the irridescent shine! For the first GCH, I used a new image by Dandelion Designs. Isn't this the cutest?? You can get your hands on this image and the whole collection at your favorite craft store. You can also check out their website HERE!
The second GCH was exactly the same except we decorated it with the Martha Stewart waterlily punches (large and small). This turned out so pretty!
Thanks for stopping by today and taking a peek at my post!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Tamiko's Thursday Teasers - Color

Pink, Green and Brown...those are the colors that Tamiko's creative team was assigned to create something with this week. I love these colors! Here is the card that I created with those three colors in mind. I used a Greeting Farm image from a set called Journey. This set and other sets by TGF can be purchased from Tamiko's online store. FREE shipping with any order $25 or more.
Amelia is so cute sitting on her pile of luggage! I wasn't too happy with the pinks that I used to color the image with. I always have a hard time finding the right pink to use from my copic collection. What pinks do you all use? I'd love to hear some suggestions. I think I gotta order more (wink!) For my card, I used pink pirouette cardstock and ran it through my big shot and the paisley embossing folder. I used my nesties to cut out the image and the scallop frame and another nestie (thanks Joy!) for the sentiment which by the way is included in this stamp set. Flowers from my GF Jenny, pearls and taffeta ribbon by SU! Some of my favorite embellishments!
Thanks for your visit today! I'm doing pretty good so far in creating and posting as I'm using this little down time to get all of my postings pre-loaded!

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Surprise Blog Hop!

Welcome to Tamiko's Creative Team's FIRST BLOG HOP! This is truly a "first" for me too so I hope I'm doing it right!
You are on the right track if you came from Tamiko's personal blog THINGS OF JOY. If you didn't come from Tamiko's personal blog, you can click HERE to start from the beginning at Tamiko's CT blog to participate in this fun blog hop.

Why is this a "surprise" blog hop? Well, today, the team is celebrating two surprises...first is the new release by The Greeting Farm (TGF). The images get better and better with each release! To see the new releases, click HERE to go to Tamiko's online store! The second surprise that the team is celebrating today is a birthday! One of our dear team members, CAMI, will be celebrating her birthday this month, so today, we honor you, CAMI! Happy, Happy Birthday!!

On with the hop...there are a few things you need to do to participate in this hop. You must visit each creative team member's blogs and you must leave a comment on each blog to qualify for the blog hop candy. Blog hop candy? Yes! one lucky winner will receive a $10 gift certificate to Tamiko's online store PLUS one choice from TGF new release! You can choose either Oh Boy Ian or Sweet Anya! The hop will end on September 7, 2010, 11:59 p.m. HST. One winner will be selected and announced on the following day.

Here is my special birthday card for my sweet friend, Cami! I used the image Oh Boy Ian...isn't he so handsome?! The card I made is an origami card. I haven't made one of these in a while and had so much fun! If you would like to make one of these origami cards, check out the tutorial on my side bar.
Here is the inside of the card...
Happy Birthday Cami!! Hope your day is as special as you!
Your next stop will be at Janis' blog, Creative Expressions...click HERE
Thanks for stopping by today and for sharing in the fun on our blog hop! Please come back tomorrow to see another week of Tamiko's Thursday Teasers!