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Monday, April 25, 2011

School Is Out

Good Morning Everyone! I hope you had a great weekend and everyone had a nice Easter. I've not been on the Internet much this past week, I've got a ton on unanswered emails and I haven't visited my favorite blogs. I won't have a chance to today but I promise before the week is out, I'll get to it. It's almost that time of year again...for most people, summer vacation will begin next month and school will be out for the kids. Here's a couple of quick cards that I'll be sending to my granddaughters that live in Tennessee next month. This first one is a 4.25 x 4.25 square note card that I used the ever famous Bugaboo Digital Stamp image. I colored it with Copic Markers, paper pieced the dress and popped the image on the crayon. It reminded me so much of my oldest granddaughter, Kayli . If you hadn't noticed, I have added a picture of them to my sidebar. Now...I have to get after my youngest son to get me a picture of the boys---
This next one is for my middle granddaughter, Chloe. I used the Cricut Create a Critter cartridge and Cuttlebug balloon dies---
Here is a picture that my daughter in law sent me via email of a picture Chloe did in her art class. It's her rendition of Claude Monet's "Water Lily Pond". She is 6 years old and quite talented, wouldn't you say? Maybe she'll make another for Grandma to hang on the fridge---That's it for now but I'll be back later in the the week with another card and some exciting news. Thanks for stopping by...enjoy your day!

19 comments:

Olga said...

ah I love the last one your GD made, yes she is very very talented! Your 2 above hers is gorgeous too, glad you had a great Easter, us too!

Dora said...

O wow these are fabulous Kelly, fantastic colours and so pretty. And what a nice picture your daughter in law did... so talented. Hope you had a lovely Easter and can't wait to hear about your exciting news :) Hugs xxx

Beth said...

Both of these cards are so precious! What great school is out cards. I remember those days as if it were yesterday. The painting that your granddaughter did is a perfect likeness to the famous Claude Monet's. I hope your son and daughter-in-law encourage her to pursue her talent!

Carol<>< said...

Yes, your GD has a talent, lovely painting and it would make a great background for a card, a comp generated print of course!!!
your back to school are also great, but is it that time of the year again???
take care,
Carol<><

MiamiKel said...

Ohhhhhhhhh Kel, she is as talented as her gmommy!! That is superbly wonderful - those are my favorite gifts - the clay pots, macaroni necklaces, the drawings :) So sweet! Your cards are stunning, as always! So much detail and color - beautiful! x0x0

Migdalia said...

Luv the cards and that picture your granddaughter did is fabulous! (My children are 34, 30 and 27 and I have a picture that they each did in school framed, as well..)She's very talented! Hugz

Lorene said...

Missed You! Two great cards both are adorable and you never seem to amaze me. The picture your granddaughter is really neat.She defintely has some of your talents. Have a good week. Hope it won't be long before you do some more.

The Other Patti Sue said...

So happy to see you miss Kelly! Love your little school is out card. That big crayon and adorable image are super sweet together! Chloe's card is so cute with all the pink and green1 Love the cute little critter and the tag... just darling! As for Chloe's beautiful art work... OH MY she is one talented little girl! Amazing!

Barb said...

Oh Kelly, these two cards are so sweet! Your grandaughters will love them! I have the Create A Critter cart too....how come my critters don't turn out as cute as yours?? I love seeing what you create. Thanks for sharing!

bonnie said...

Gorgeous cards sweetie....that is a cute digital image and fab colouring! Stunning painting...she must take her creative side from you sweetie :) Hugs x

julie said...

beautiful cards Kelly i love the colours you have used, your grandaughter sure has as your talents too Julie x

Silli said...

Wonderful cards my sweet Kelly, love the fabby hippo...hehe... so funny... Your grandaughter is sooo talented...BIG hugs girl!

Suzanne said...

Hi Kelly....Your Bugaboo card turned out so cute. The colors on the hippo card are so cheery. You definitely have one talented granddaughter!!!. I love the picture of the girls can't wait to see the boys!!!

Anonymous said...

Just want you to know I love popping in here and seeing your cards. Can't believe you have only been making them for as long as you say you have! Such creativity. Love them.

Solange Barreto. (Lange) said...

Belíssimos trabalhos kelly. Desculpe, não tenho deixado comentários, mas continua a ver seus lindos cartões, adoro visitar seu blog, sempre me encanto.
Parabéns pelas lindas netas, tenho uma de 6 meses e um neto de 5 anos, são a razão da minha vida.
Um beijo, fique com Deus.

Craftylicious said...

Hi Kelly!!!!! Hopw you're great!! :) Thanks for sharing your lovely cards!! They're sooo cute!!!! :) Chloe's painting's so adorable too!! I'm sure she'll make u one for your fridge!! :) hugs my friend! :)

eunice said...

Great School's Out cards, Kelly! School's out already? Leave it to you to come up with such precious cards for your grandkids...they are so lucky! How many other kids get "school's out" cards?! And oh, my, it's apparent that your grandaughter got gramma's incredible creative and artistic talent...her Monet rendition was absolutely beautiful!

Regina Easter said...

oh my, i'll say you have a little artist there....adorable cards...

DonnaMundinger said...

Oh my! Playing catch up as usual! Your cards are adorable and the art piece is amazing! such talent in your family! xxD