Sunday, 30 September 2012

If it's Sunday it must be the Hard Rock Casino!

Hi folks,

What a start to our weekend? Went to leave the house yesterday morning and guess what we saw as we opened the car door?



Once we "rescued" this little chap (and no less than four of his friends!) we collected Wynneth and Tom in the "frogmobile" and headed off to Winter Garden Village and guess where we ended up? Yes, Joann's!! SURPRISE!



From the mall we headed off to the old part of Winter Garden which is so very quaint with lots of 1930's architecture, a fab yogurt shop (our first stop), a quilting shop (our 2nd stop!) and some fabulous trees full of hanging moss ....



Then we headed back via a Chinese buffet but we were so hungry that we forgot to photograph anything at all!!! Once we dropped Wynneth and Tom back at their place we headed  home and were greeted by ....... yep, ANOTHER one of those cute little frogs!!! There were others but they weren't so easy to photograph! We even had one appear on the windscreen whilst tooling along the I4 (like motorway) - it was at this point our car became the "frogmobile"!!

It's been a while since we've seen so many frogs!
So, there was just time for a little crafting before the season finale of Doctor Who! YAY!


Materials used:
  • 12.5 cm square 250 gsm white card and matching envelope
  • 11 cm x 10 cm black card panel decorated with a Martha Stewart punch
  • 10 cm x 9 cm white card panel also decorated with a Martha Stewart punch
  • Stampabilities chandelier image inked using Hero Arts black ink
  • Yellow, orange and red alcohol markers to colour candles
  • Faux crystal gemstones to embellish

Hope you like it, and hope you like my LIM entry for the Simply Less Is More "LOVE AND MARRIAGE" challenge this week.



Materials used:
  • White, 300 gsm scallop edged card and matching envelope
  • 9cm square kraft card panel decorated with a Martha Stewart flourish punch
  • 8cm square white card panel decorate as above
  • Katie & Co image and Imagine That sentiment inked using Hero Arts black ink
  • Yellow copic marker and crystal stickles used to colour glasses
  • Faux crystals to embellish

Right, we're off to the Hard Rock Casino in Tampa today, with our neighbours - I hope to remember to take my camera and have some pics to share tomorrow. Happy Sunday


13 comments:

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

Flipping 'eck is there a frog convention going on in your neck of the woods?

xxx

Debs M said...

froggies!!! love tha card and stamp..so classy! enjoy hard rock x

Brenda Brown said...

Tis the froggie season is it? They will fit well with Halloween!!
Great little card TFS.
Happy Sunday.
hugs {brenda} xox

Loli said...

Hola Kathy, you're sorrounded of frogs :D:D remind me the plagues of Egypt:D:D:D
Beautiful card Kathy, gorgeous panel, well done.
Hugs from Palma

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous cards Kathy :-) both are FAB :-)
cute little frogs too ...

luv
Lols x x x
p.s, I have candy on my blog if you would like to join in :-)

Katiejane said...

Hope you remembered you camera, I do love to see your piccies. Great pic of Wynneth and good to see your State side crafting :)
Is it raining frogs over there? ha ha...
Have a great trip!
Katie x

Lynne said...

Great cards Kathy. Ooh I`m glad I didn`t have all those frogs in my garden.
Lynne xxx

Lilian said...

Great pictures Kathy. love the little frogs. Lovely cards Well done. You sure are having a great time iver there.
Hugs
lilian

Susan said...

You know you could mosey on up to the Pensacola area and visit me! LOL! Those little green frogs are everywhere lately...and usually in the most unexpected places!

Love your LIM card..what a great frame that is...and the bubbly look real!

Mandi said...

Love your wedding card Kathy, love that shape
Thank you very much
mandi
LIM

Jan Ltc said...

Gorgeous card xx Jan

Aileen said...

Your card is gorgeous Kathy. What a stunning chandelier. Oh my all those frogs! Like your visit to Jo Ann' s though. x

Chrissie said...

Sore cards and a really little cute frog!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
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