Good morning & thanks for visiting me! Tammy has a GORGEOUS new June Club Kit,
full of the most delightful little deer and chicks!!! The images are
also available to non-members in the shop, as a set or for individual
As usual, we're having a hop... One lucky commentor will win the whole ADFD June Club Kit! There are 3 ways to enter the drawing,
Comment on all the designers' blogs & leave a comment on this blog post
Become a new follower of ADFD's blog or mention the hop on your blog!
Like ADFD on Facebook or share the link on your FB page!
any of these things, you will get one entry. Leave a separate comment
on this post letting us know which of these you did. Comments for the
hop close Sunday, June 9th at 9pm central time.
Go now and click on this link A Day for Daisies to go for blog hop. The June kit is very nice.
Just to share
There are 2 Cups in a Pint
There are 2 Pints in a Quart
There are 4 Quarts in a Gallon
Two “C’s” fit inside a “P,” two “P’s” fit inside a “Q,” and four “Q’s” fit inside a “G.” Brilliant!
It still takes a few minutes of mental visualization, but with this
diagram in mind, you can easily figure out that there are four cups in a
quart, 16 cups in a gallon, and so on.
I decided to make my own version of Mrs. Rivera’s chart to print and hang in my kitchen. If you click on the link below, you can print one out too!
This weekend, I have been busy working on the Free Digital Stamps Blogspot giving out all the sites that have been offering freebies. I can not say enough about this bloghop. We as card makers can give so much even with one or two cards to the people who put more than a stamp on our freedom. So I encourage everyone to give a simple card. Not a lot of stuff on it just, you know, simple and go to their site and they will tell you where to send it in your "neck of the woods". I am so thankful to all the people who give it to the freedom, ie. the families, the significant others etc. so I can wake up in this great country. MAC today (Make a Card)!
March 17th is the start to a bunch of awesome challenges and contests on CDAC..It
will run through the end of the month!! Lots of prizes will be awarded
at the end of the month so, don't miss out! There are crafting
challenges, a "LIKE" Facebook contest and even a simple "spread
the word" Contest. Along with some wonderful Gift Certificates from some
wonderful Digi Artists, Petaloo is offering some AMAZING prizes.
Petaloo International, is one of the largest floral manufacturing companies in the crafting world and is your source for floral & specialty embellishments. With exclusive factories in
China, India & Thailand, along with over 20 years experience in
floral & craft products.They offer customers fun & innovative
products at factory direct pricing. Here is just a "sample" of "some" of the prizes that will be awarded. Plus, Petaloo has a WHOLE NEW LINE
of flowers coming out on April 1st that will also be part of these
prizes. Don't miss out on being the "first on your block" to own some of
these fabulous flowers!!!
I borrowed this from another blog, Designs with smile, of all the acronyms you see on some of the other card blogs So, I thought I would share it with all of you. Don't forget to check Free Digital Stamps for daily digi freebies.
ABC = Anything But a Card
ATC = Artist Trading Cards
ATG = Adhesive Transfer "Gun" made by 3M ... check out their website!
Avatar = the photo under the usernames
BFF = Best Friends Forever BG = BackGround
BIL = Brother-in-law (etc. with the in-laws = m=motherinlaw, etc.)
BRB = Be Right Back
BST = Buy/Sell/Trade
BTT = Bump To The Top
BTW = By The Way
Bump = sends the thread back to the top of that forum’s list
CAS = Clean & Simple - card style - minimalistic
CASE = Copy and Share Everything
CB - Cbug = Cuttlebug
CDO = Customer Direct Order
CE = Crystal Effects and/or Current Events Forum
CS = Cardstock
CTMH = Close to My Heart
DCWV = Die Cuts with a View (company name)
DD = Darling Daughter
DH = Darling Husband
DP = Designer Paper
DS = Darling Son * Also, Demonstrator Support DS - SU! Demonstrator Support DSP = either Double-Sided Paper, or Designer Series Paper (SU term) EB-embossing buddy EP = Embossing Powder
GKD = Gina K Designs HB = Happy Birthday
HPH = Hodge Podge Hardware (SU)
HTH = Hope This Helps
IB&C = Stampin Up! Idea Book and Catalog
IBW = I've Been Wondering
IMHO = In My Honest Opinion
IMO = In My Opinion
ISO = In Search Of
KWIM = Know What I Mean?
LIA = Like It All
LOL = Laugh Out Loud
LSS = Local Scrapbook/Stamping Store
MFT = My Favorite Things (stamp company)
MIL = Mother-in-LawMono-Mono adhesive (SU! now calls it Snail adhesive) MOO = My Opinion Only
NIP = New in Package
NSR = Not Stamping Related
NUM = New Unmounted
NVR = No Vendor Restrictions (often used in swaps)
OBP = Odd Bird Planet (stamp company)
OMG = Oh My Gosh .. or .. Oh My Goodness
OP = Original Poster or Original Post
OSW = One Sheet Wonder
PE- Pearl Ex
PIF = Pay It Forward
PLMK = Please Let Me Know
PP = Printed Paper
PSE = PhotoShop Elements
PTI = Paper Trey Inks (stamp company)
QOTD = Question of the Day
RAK = Random Acts of Kindness
ROFL = Rolling on the Floor Laughing
SASE = Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope
SCS = Splitcoast Stampers SDF- SU! web page - Stampin Discuss Forum Spots - Stampin' Spots (tiny stamp pads in SU! colors) SUO = Stampin’ Up! Only
TAC = The Angel Company
TFL = Thanks For Looking
TFS = Thanks For Sharing
TIA = Thanks In Advance
TSM = Thanks So Much
TTYL = Talk To You Later
TV = Trade Value
UTEE = Ultra Thick Embossing Powder
VM- Versa Mark
WWC = SU's Watercolor Wonder Crayons
WS = Workshop
YAGE = Yet Another Grand Exit
YILM = Yes, I Love Myself
Good new, I have been given the honor of working with Alison on the Free Digital Stamps Blogs as the DL for the group. It has been an honor and I love sharing artists work. I always get into trouble as I usually but a few more than just one . So , that is what I have been doing with my time. Hugs, Josie