About Me

My name is Femy. I work full time as a government employee. I live in Belleville, Ontario with my husband Rick and 2 kids Chelson and Jared and of course our 2 cats cuddles and skip. I love to create. I love to quilt, machine embroidery, cross stitch and card making, beading. I also like to write poems, short and longs ones :). Sometime in 2008, I was introduced to rubber stamps. I’ve been making cards for a while but have never used stamps before. I was also introduced to markers called Copics and started using them May 2009. Now I am hooked. So here in this place I call my own, I will share with you what I create and hope I inspire you to do a little creating yourself.

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Catching Up 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I know I have been a bad blogger. I just have been really busy with work and personal stuff. Of course that doesn’t mean I haven’t been in my studio creating. Problem is most of the time I forget to take a picture of the finished product, then I don’t have any thing to show or post.  I do have some pictures of finished cards and quilting from xmas and some others cards I have forgotten to show. So this is a start of catching up. Hence, the title since there will be 2,3,4 and so on. :lol:

I made about 55 of this card. I watere color and Copics, so sorry I do not have or remember the colors I used. I used white gel pen for the snow. This is a stampin up  image.  Love it.  It was easier for me to color a bunch of the same images and make them into a card. Way easier and quicker. Of course there was a lot of love put into making these cards. That is never going to change. The coloring process is the one step that takes the longest. Once coloring is finished then everything else is a breeze. Here is a picture for you.  I enjoyed every minute of it.  I started early so that I was actually ready to mail it by Dec 1, 2011.  Other material used are Spellbinders labels, Stampin up and Bazzill cardstock.  CTMH papers.

I also made a table runner for my BFF as her xmas gift.  Here is a picture:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for visiting. Keep your creativity flowing.

 

 

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