Saturday, February 22, 2014

HIMCR #138--What's Buggin' Ya?

Can you believe our next challenge will be in March?!  This week, let's prepare for Spring and use a bug.  Any bug.  This weeks stamps is Alota Rubber Stamps.  They provided this adorable bee image for me to use!

They have provided a great prize!  Make sure to link up for a chance to win!

Saturday, February 15, 2014

HIMCR #137--Patterned Paper x3

Am I the only one that doesn't use more than 2 patterned papers in a layout?  This week was a challenge!  Your challenge is the same as mine.  Use three, that's right!, three patterned papers in a card or layout.  We have a fantastic sponsor this week.  DCWV has provided 3 different prizes totaling $100.00!  That's right!  You have 3 chances to win this week.  

This is from the school pack.  Isn't it adorable!  Head on over to Hiding In My Craft Room and enter for your chance to win!

Saturday, February 8, 2014

HIMCR #136--Super Scraps Saturday

Dig out your scraps!  It's super scraps Saturday!  This week's sponsor is 2 Cute Ink.  The prize is two digital images of your choice.  

Isn't our little penguin cute?!  He's on 2 other blogs.  Check out the design team blogs to find him.  Head on over to Hiding In My Craft Room and enter your scraps creation!

Saturday, February 1, 2014

HIMCR #135--Blue Without You

 It's color challenge week!  This week is blues.  We don't care what blue.  We are calling it "blue without you."

You all know that when it's color challenge week, I use as much of that a color as I can for the week.  However this week is different.  So sit back and get ready for story time.

Have you ever joined a "pray for _____" Facebook page because a friend recommends it?  I normally don't do that, but I got an invite to join one from a good friend.  I joined it for some reason.  This baby's name was Hadley Mae.  She had many problems starting before she was born.  The family was aware that there was a chance they would never hold her alive.  Hadley was horn and not only did they get to hold her, but they continued to hold her in their arms for 172 days.  She was even able to go home to be with her brothers and sisters for many of those days.  I have followed her journey from the beginning and her whole family is an inspiration.  Her short life ended this week and even though I do not personally know her family, my heart hurts for them.  So, I made this card to send to them.  

The little butterfly is an image from  When I picked this image I had no idea what I would be using it for.  I have another post coming this week using this adorable little butterfly. has provided the prize for this week's winner so head over to and enter your "blue without you" project!