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Saturday, March 2, 2013

Guess who?

I know it's been weeks, but I'm still here! So sorry for disappearing, but I started back full time in the classroom and found out last week that my mother's pneumonia is actually lung cancer. So, I've been a little busy.

BUT here I am today! I paid for a crop a few weeks ago and figured maybe I would get something done. So far that's hardly been the case! I did, however, get something done (finally) for the current blue and yellow challenge at Little Miss Muffet Challenges. I was wondering how I could get a project for this challenge, and this Authentique paper was in my goodie bag at the crop! Thank goodness!

I just finished coloring a new stamp from Diva Glam. Hopefully, I'll be back with her on a card soon!

Miss you all and thanks for praying for my family!


  1. Have missed you, Trina! Glad to see you creating again. Your card is adorable! Love the papers and the cute image! As always, your coloring is fab! Keeping your Mom and whole family in my prayers.

  2. Trina, I'm so sorry to hear of your mother's cancer diagnosis. I will be sending prayers and positive thoughts her way for fast healing! As always, your card is too cute!

  3. Beautiful card, I'm sorry to hear about your MOM. I will keep her in my prayers and hope she can fight it off and be in full recovery soon....
    Take care and have a wonderful weekend...

  4. So saddened to hear about your mom. Will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Love the's darling. I like the way you used that border punch. I have that same punch. Time for me to break it out!

  5. Trina, know I'm keeping you and your family in my prayers. The card is too cute. The paper goes perfect with the image and I really like the border punch used...great job!

  6. Love, love, love this card, Trina! You colored that darling image beautifully! Love your design, papers, and sentiment, too! :^)
    You, your mom & family are in my prayers! :^)
    Big hugs, Penny

  7. Wonderful card Trina - so nice to see you had a little time to create with all that is going on. Praying for your mom and your family. Hugs, Deb

  8. Awesome coloring and she is beautiful. Learning to color with alcohol markers is on my to do list. Love your work. Was stopping by to say hello and to let you know my 100th follower giveaway is in progress. So, if you get a moment, do stop by and check it out. I am in the middle of a complete room breakdown going into a shared space. Taking more time than I thought so I'll be mia on crafting for a few more weeks until it's all done. Thanks for being a follower.

    1. Trina, Just wanted to let you know to stop by my blog, I have a giveaway going, would love for you to have the opportunity to win.

  9. Wonderful card Trina, your coloring and layout are awesome. So sorry about the news of your mother - something eerily similar happened to a very close friend of mine this time last year. Your mother and your whole family will be in my prayers. Hugs my friend:)

  10. What a little cutie pie. Love your coloring on her, and the fabo papers.


  11. Your coloring looks amazing Trina! Sure glad you had those papers in your bag cause they look wonderful. I'm so sorry to hear about your mom. I'll add her to the prayer list sticky note I have on my computer monitor. Hugs!

  12. Hi Trina, I was not aware that you were a DT member. No wonder you recognized my image :-) i subbed your blog and I have to say your cards are awesome-ness!!!!! cant wait to see more. Im still learning my copics but I hope to have great coloring one day too.

  13. Hey Trina....just popped in to see how you were doing and saw this write up about your mom. Just wanted to let you know that I will be keeping your mom and you and your family in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. I hope you don't mind, but I'm going to share a little advise...something that I have had some experience with lately. If you or anyone else goes with your mom to her dr's/oncologist appointments (or even if she goes by herself) ask the dr. if he/she would mind you recording the visit. I have a recorder on my phone and have been doing this with my dad's dr.'s (he was diagnosed stage 4 bladder cancer in January)and we have found it very helpful. Not only can the rest of the family hear what has happened at the dr's, but you don't have to worry about forgetting something that the dr. has said. It will also allow you to prepare for further appointments with questions you might have. Which is another good idea...sit down with your mom before her appointments and get her to make a list of questions that she might have and questions that you have. That way all bases should be covered on what you need/want to know.

    And I have to tell you...I just adore this sweet card that you made.

    Hugs ~ Charlene


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