Friday, May 14, 2010

Some Card Patterns Cards

It's been hectic over here, but we are having a great time with our guests. They've been teaching English and computer classes and getting lots of great conversations. My youngest has the sickies, too, but I think she's on the mend now. In light of this, I haven't' been able to blog hop and visit you all lately. I know I'm missing some beautiful creations by you all.

Here are a couple of cards for Card Patterns that I haven't yet posted on my blog. The first card uses the Hero Arts Four Dolls set and Cosmo Cricket Early Bird patterned paper.

Card Patterns Sketch 62

This is this week's card using a Stamping Boutique digital image. The patterned papers are Origins by Basic Grey. You have till midnight tonight to play along with this week's sketch.

Card Patterns sketch 63

Something random...Croatian life tidbit: I just answered the door to the town rat killer. It's a public service provided by the government and he visits each home to check if we have rats he could help us extinguish. Since we have a lot of stray cats around, we don't have that problem. Pretty interesting service, isn't it? Life in rural Croatia is never boring :-).

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  1. Beautiful, as always, Nina! That BG DP is beautiful! You always have the prettiest lace on your cards! TFS...

  2. beautiful cards!! gorgeous coloring on the second card! wow! i love it!

  3. Glad you are having a good time with your visitors, Nina! Both cards are beautiful! Great papers and images! I'm glad you are not in need of the rat killer's services!

  4. sweet cards, nina! enjoy your guests!

    no rats = priceless!

  5. These are beautiful Nina! The image on that second card is just amazing....wonderful job using it!


  6. Fun cards and RANDOM tidbit! Ha! ;)

  7. Lovin' your CP to door services...LOL..."luckily" our cat has been doing her job and within the last week or so, we've found 4 little creatures...blech.

  8. Beautiful cards - as ever :-)
    Did you know that the Health Inspectors in our in our so called civilized western culture actually have their origins in the profession of the ratcatcher? My DH, a retired building inspector, enjoyed teasing the local health inspectors with that fact ;-)

  9. That's interesting info from Maxine! What a job, rat catcher...well now it's exterminator. Either way, eughw.

    But your cards, on the other hand, are marvelous, as always! Love how bright and happy they are!

    Enjoy each lovely day glorifying God!



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