We’re having a really good day here at the Cumming First Baptist Church fall bazaar. Lots of really nice people and good food. Selling a bunch of cards having a lot of fun. Here’s a few pictures
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.
It’s All Hallows Eve (or Halloween) and I’m still making treat bags and boxes to give out tonight. I got up early and found this cute Wickedly Sweet Treat kit from Paper Pumpkin and had to get it done.
these little bags are adorable and so easy and fun to make.
So cute! A few lucky kids will get these tonight.
Also had this really pretty Paper Pumpkin kit pictured below. It’s going to the craft show next Saturday at Cumming First Baptist Church
Next Saturday Nov 7, is the Craft Fair from 9-3 at Cumming First Baptist Church. See you there.
It was a pretty busy week. I got out and about but is wasn’t all fun and games. My little baby Dixie had to go to the vet for some minor surgery. She developed some bumps on her chest, I panicked and the Vet said they should be removed. Our Vet, Dr Esbeck from the Sawnee Animal Clinic is super good and has taken care of all my babies for the last 10 years or more. Dixie is doing great. She is tolerating the stitches and has not needed the cone of shame.
My infusion therapy was awesome! The Doctors cranked the dose up and I feel great this week.
The awesome box of punches below got delivered Tuesday. I guess I ordered them while I was a little bit foggy after my infusion because I sure don’t remember it. But heck who doesn’t like a box of EK punches!! This takes care of all the square one’s I’ve been jonesing for.
I’ve gotten behind on my Paper Pumpkin sets too. Here are 2 that I still need to get through.
Finally this week I’ve got to get ready for the fall craft fair at Cumming First Baptist Church on Nov. 7th from 9:00 am till I don’t know when. Stop by and say Hi and grab up some great Christmas Cards.
One more trip to the doctor before the big July 4th show. I don’t talk (or type) much about it but pain is a bitch! I’ve had so much the past few years that this new therapy has been a huge turn around for me. I still have pain but it’s not a constant gnawing 8-10 level pain like it was just last year. Since the fibromyalgia therapy started the middle of last year I’ve actually enjoyed many days with a level 3 pain. This coming week I’m going in for a simple epidural to target the actual physical pain in my hips and lower back. These treatments have also been a big help and were only possible because of the fibromyalgia therapy which got rid of all the never pain long enough for the doctors (and me) to find the physical pain underneath it all.
We got our space assignment letter Wednesday. We will be in space 45-A (whatever that means) The craft show runs all day right up till dark. Please stop by and say hi. Let me know you saw this on CardDoc.net and I’ll give you a free card with every 4 you buy. (everybody else has to buy 5 to get the freebie)
Enough of my rambling, the bottom line is hopefully I’ll be able to handle the long long day in Marietta for the Fourth of July show. Here are all the cards and gift card holders, lots of gift card holders, I’ve made this past week. I’m so worried, anxious and excited about this first show. I’ve made so many cards and I hope it’s enough.
See you in Marietta!!
I love cupcakes!!
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.
Just for the Marietta July 4th Crafts fair I’ll have a very limited number of the step-accordion cards pictured below. There are just a very few of each, Birthday, Thank You and Get Well. These cards are so unique and special, they are sure to please the lucky recipient.
Each card is different. They are bright fun cards perfect for summer time giving and brightening up anyone’s day.
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.
It’s been a busy week here at the Card Doc. We’re getting ready for the Marietta Craft Fair the 4th of July in Marietta Ga. and I’ve been making cards like a mad woman this Memorial Day weekend. My studio photographer dug out the 4th of July decorations and had fun with the newest batch of cards. They are all bright and festive cards with a definite summer flair to them. If you’d like to purchase any of our hand made cards contact us directly, leave a message or comment or visit our face book page. Better yet stop by and see us at the Marietta Craft Fair at the Square in Marietta on the 4th of July.
This card goes great with the gift bag below.
It’s a tag and a card in one extra heavy Kraft envelope with a tie-on string. Great for those hard to wrap gifts for mom or dad.
Nothing says fun in the sun quite like flying a kite. Great card for that special summer time birthday.
That’s it for now. These increase the inventory about 50 cards. I can’t, won’t and don’t, just make one. :-). there are 5-10 of each available. See you in Marietta July 4th.
Lorraine (the card doc)
It’s official, we’re in at the 4th of July Marietta, Georgia Craft Fair, Carnival, parade and fireworks show. Oh my what have I gotten myself into? It’s a big all day party from 10am to 10pm. Here is a bit of information from the City of Marietta web site.
The city of Marietta’s Fourth in the Park celebration begins Saturday, July 4, 2015 at 10 a.m. and includes a parade, free live concerts, museum tours, arts and crafts show, food, carnival games and fireworks finale.
The Marietta Freedom Parade includes 110 entries, 2,000 participants and an estimated 30,000 spectators.
The parade begins at 10 a.m. at Roswell Street Baptist Church and travels west on Roswell Street, north on East Park Square past Glover Park and the Square, down Cherokee Street and ends at North Marietta Parkway.
Entries include marching units from the city of Marietta, civic organizations, beauty queens, scouts and local businesses.
The end of the parade marks the start of the Festival. Food concessions, arts and crafts and carnival will provide plenty to do for the whole family.
Now I need to get busy making more cards. See you in Marietta, Geogia July 4th.