Sunday, August 3, 2008


Wow! What a whirlwind! Convention is over and now life should be returning to normal~! I have quite a bit of *catching up* to do after leaving my kiddos with my husband while I have been gone. My stamp area looks like a bomb has gone off and the rest of the house is no different. So...I decided to share a simple card I made a while back. I used my pun fun set which I am loving. It is so fun to color. I used my copic and prismacolor markers for this image with a touch of stickles for sparkle.

I am excited to begin creating with the new stamp sets I recieved at convention. Yesterday was so much fun when UPS gave the entire audience the new Ronald McDonald House set!!! A big UPS truck came out with smoke and confetti flying everywhere. We all were screaming and yelling! The *Barbie* commercial with UPS Ken was hilarious as well. I will tell you all about that later. Thanks for fluttering by!

P.S. Things around here should be getting back to normal with creations and posts daily. Preparing for convention and then going to convention sucked me dry, but with all of the great demonstrations and new products, I have been inspired!


Cris A said...

I love this little guy! Great card!

apigonfire said...

I can't wait to see what you do with the new stuff!
Thanks for putting the barbie thing in context... it was a commercial! Can't wait to hear about it!

Giovana said...

Pretty pretty card Kelly!!!

God bless

Amy said...

Hi Kelly!

What a cute card, and I love the sprinkle of sparkle!

Can't wait to see what you're inspired to share from convention! Maybe I'll get there some year and we'll meet IFL! Wouldn't that be fun!


BTW: love the card and soap container a couple posts down--you are the bomb! said...

Wow, I love your spring card. I have been wanting to make one also but still haven't so now maybe I will get up and do something constructive!I love your site and I can see why it is "atomicbutterfly" - you sound as if you are a dynamic person. Thanks for sharing the excitement and I would love to have seen the reactions.