Monday, January 25, 2010

It is amazing what the kiddos absorb...


... Campbell was working on learning our phone number last week, and tonight we learned that Hadley has been learning it too. As we quizzed Campbell on the last four digits at the dinner table, Hadley (without hesitation) just spits them out before Campbell could even begin to open her mouth... amazing:) Brian and I just chuckled and scratched our heads. I love these moments.




Today I thought I'd play along with this week's Tuesday Trigger over at Moxie Fab World. Isn't this trigger just gorgeous?



Here is a little homespun valentine inspired by it...







Just a quick share today... thank you kindly for stopping in:)

Products: heart stamp (Michael's Inc... $1.00 rack;), white craft ink (Stampin Up), White Embossing Powder (JoAnn's Crafts), thread (Coats & Clark), other (scrap ribbon)

11 comments:

Melissa Sauls said...

Absolutely gorgeous!! Great take on the trigger.

aussiescrapper said...

Windy, that is great you are teaching the kids the phone number, and what a gorgeous card, love the stitching,and just love turquoise.

Lin said...

Oh my, I love everything about your gorgeous creation! That white embossed heart in the corner is wonderful!

Laurel said...

Oh how beautiful!

Rebekah Williams said...

That Valentine is to die for. I mean it.

We struggle with our youngest answering for our oldest. I don't think Lilly is smarter than Ian--she just thinks faster.

My hubby and I always try not to laugh when it happens. Of course, Ian does NOT think it's funny . . .

Cath said...

What a stunning approach to this week's Tuesday Trigger in the Moxie Fab World, Windy! Thanks so much for playing along! :)

Sylvia said...

What a gorgeous card! Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog. Have a wonderful week.

Laura said...

The embossed heart and the ribbon are absolutely gorgeous!!

travelingmama said...

This is so beautiful! I love the lace heart- how perfect for this challenge!

Virginia B. said...

What beautiful card. I love the ribbon.

Lisa said...

Oh my goodness Windy, this is BEAUTIFUL!