WOW!! I can’t believe how good I feel. On Thursday I had an RF nerve burn done on all 8 lumbar medial branch nerves. I expected to feel like crap and be in agony from the procedure pain based on my past experience with another pain doctor but this is amazing so far.
I know it will hurt eventually. Doctor Wada at the North Fulton Pain & Spine Center warned me what could happen. I know what to expect this time and that makes it a lot less scary. I’ll show you a picture of the pin cushion in my lower back. If you want to see it click the tiny pic but be warned it’s a picture of needle holes, in my back. 🙂 This along with my Ketemine infusion just a couple of weeks ago I’m really hopeful to have a reduced pain November and December this year.
Enough about pain, lets look at what’s on the workbench. Today I’m punching out poinsettia flowers like crazy with my new punch from Stampin’ Up. I’m using some super fun glitter paper and they are turning out great!
These are going to look so good. I can’t wait to get these on a card.
Packing up everything for the craft fair tomorrow. Hope to see you there.
Saturday November 7, 2015 is the day. From 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at Cumming First Baptist Fall Bazaar. I’ll have hundreds of cards available for any occasion, especially Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Here’s a look at some of the cards available.
Lot’s of different Christmas cards to choose from. Here are just a tiny sample of what’s available. Mention our blog, carddoc.net and get a free Christmas Card!
And more Christmas Cards.
I hope to see lots of friends and neighbors this Saturday. Tell all your friends and bring the whole family.
That’s the end of the blatant plug for the craft fair. 🙂 On a personal note I just had a lower back procedure today so I’m either going to be feeling great Saturday or I’ll be doubled over in pain. I’m hoping for the feeling great part. I’ll know better tomorrow morning when the pain pills wear off.
Busy week ahead and no rest for this card making queen! I’m getting some last minute cards made for the Cumming First Baptist Church Fall Festival and Craft Fair this Saturday. I’m putting together a few Christmas Cards with my new “Reason for the Season” Stamp set from Stampin Up. The Poinsettia punch makes the flower making super easy.
I did finish a few general cards yesterday as well.
Here are some Christmas Cards I’ll have at the Craft Fair.Stop by and pick up some for all your extra special friends and family.
Still working on building the inventory up for what I’m hoping will be a very successful show. Since it’s never really to early to plan for Christmas, this installment has a few more Christmas goodies.
Check out these super special gift tags. These keepsake tags will really show how much you care! Pick up 2 or 10 or more, heck they’re cheaper by the dozen.
Every tag is different and you’ll be able to mix and match any you like.
And speaking of tags, here are some special pocket tags perfect for all those gift cards you’ll be giving this year. Several designs to choose from as well.
Finally a simple Christmas card and we’ve got a lot of these.They will be available in sets. The inside has a white section with a stamped sentiment and plenty of room for your own message and signature.
See us July 4th at the Marietta Georgia Craft Fair, parade, carnival, fireworks and lot lots more.
Still busy putting together cards for the July 4th Craft Fair at Marietta Square. This installment highlights my Christmas Cards for 2015. I’ve created a few unique cards just for the craft fair. We”ll have these available in sets of 5 or 10 so plan now to take care of those special friends and family with these unique cards. Visit our Christmas Gallery Page to see the entire collection.
Whimsical penguins wish you a Merry Christmas.
The sound of music underscores festive ornaments in this classic inspired card.
This unique center open wreath card will surly set your card apart from the rest.
Christmas is expressed in layers of ornaments in the interesting cut card with accordion folds.
Deer in the forest provide a deep layer effect and a traditional look.
Visit the Christmas Card gallery to see the complete collection.
Yes it’s early but when everything you do is hand made you have to start early. So here is the very first Christmas cards for 2015 from Lorraine. Enjoy and let us know if you like it. They will be available for sale shortly.
Cards currently available for sale can be found on Etsy at CardDoc