Friday, October 19, 2007

Autumn Waterfall

Wow, it's Friday already. Did your week go as quickly as mine? I was looking forward to meeting up with my Stamp Shack friend, Christine, to scrapbook over in Michigan with her, but I am so behind in my studio work. There are contests to complete, swaps to start (and need to be mailed by Tuesday), birthday cards and presents to be made, and a tutorial to get ready for you. DH is working tomorrow, so I will hide in my studio to get caught up. When I come out Sunday night, I should be all caught up. I work well under pressure, like most of us do.

I finished these two cards for November's mailing. These are going to ladies in a Yahoo Hero Arts group I'm in. We are always looking for new members who enjoy working with Hero Arts stamps. To find us, click here. Next week I'll share another Yahoo group I belong to called Technique Junkies.

Recognize this background? It is Joseph's Coat With a Twist.

Have a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by!

7 comments:

Maria said...

Hi Beth! I love your waterfall cards! The last time I made one was last Christmas! This technique is fabulous! Your design on both cards are beautiful!

I know how you feel. . .there's too many things to do, too little time! TGIF!! Happy Friday, Beth!

Maria

Kim H. said...

Wow Beth this is so stunning! Love both of the waterfall cards! That technique is a real show stopper!

I'm way way behind in my studio with being sick! YIKES! Oh well there will aways be more projects that I want to do and little time to do them! Its the way of life I guess!

Barbara said...

Wonderful waterfall cards! Thanks for your tutorials! greetings Barbara

Ila said...

Wow!! What a Fabulous waterfall card!! I love the other card too.
I've missed alot of your cards lately..Gorgeous halloween cards..(I have a new puppy) and he's keeping me pretty busy....

malieta said...

This card is just gorgeous Beth, I love it!
malieta:)

Scrappy Moments said...

Love This technique Beth, Beautiful Card :)

Angie

Julia Stainton said...

This is stunning! Love everything about it...what a work of art!