Sunday, May 15, 2011

I Love You…Simply Sunday


I’m Late…..I’m Late for a very important date……

Sorry everyone for being delayed in getting my Simply Sunday post up today. Last night we went to Branson Missouri about an hour and a half from our home and took a dinner train to Arkansas.


Drew thought just looking at the train was GREAT!


Dinner in our car…..our family had the whole car to ourselves!


Upstairs in one of the cars…..after dinner we spent the rest of the trip up here enjoying the amazing views…..including seeing a baby deer running in a field.


Drew with his Great Grandma and Great Grandpa Taylor.

We took my mother, my mother and father in law, our grandson Drew and my husband and I. We had a fantastic time. I have to admit I sleep in and then started making a list and working on it…..we will be leaving for New York soon. We will be receiving a call as soon as our granddaughter decides to make her grand appearance into this great big world. Not knowing when the call will come has had me busy with anticipation and my normal…”plan every trip to the last detail self” has been FREAKING out! So many things to get done……but now to Simply Sunday!!

I hope you are having a fantastic Sunday and your day has been full of joy and happiness.
Today for Simply Sunday I would like to share a card I made…






For this project I used:

Patterned Paper: Donna Salazar’s  Paper By GCD Studio’s

Impressabilties: Spellbinder’s Paper Arts  (Flourish)

Ink: Clearsnap ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink (Chestnut Roan)

Glitter: Clearsnap: Donna Salazar’s Fairy Dust Glitter in Mixed Berries

Flower: Prima

Border Punch: Martha Stewart

Misc: Snaps and a one dollar stamp from Michael’s.

Don’t forget to head to see the wonderful Simply Sunday creations of

Terre Fry


Heidi Blankenship

I hope you have a wonderful Sunday and remember until next time…be creative!


Nati Tristan said...

Those are fab pictures! Loos like a blast!

Diane Writes said...

Hello Karen! I love your family's travel car. It looks so exciting to be there. :) The craft you made is also beautiful. I love it.

Wishing you more happiness!

Just Jaime said...

Looks like such a fun time!

Audrey Pettit said...

Awww, your train ride looks like such a fun time. I bet your grandson just had a ball. I can remember how much my son liked trains when he was little. We took him on a short ride when he was about 2. I can still remember his face pressed up against the window. :)
Your card is just beautiful! Love the paper and flower, and the touches of glitter on the leaf add such a nice detail.