Monday, June 23, 2014


It was a really tough choice this month.  There were so many great interpretations of our "Oh! The Places You'll Go!!!"  Since I am forced to choose - Kato's response really stood out for me. 

Her choice of image and sentiment made me laugh out loud.  I loved the "Scrabble" tiles, distressing, ribbon, brads - everything!!!

Kato - email your snail mail address to BobbisTreasure at aol dot com to claim your prize - stamps from My Favorite Things - because this card is one of MY favorite things!!!!

Thank you to everyone who entered this month's challenge - it was really hard to choose.  Sybrina and I appreciate all of you who play along with us. 

Can you guess the July challenge?!?  Think international holidays....

Sunday, June 1, 2014

W2SB Challenge #6: Oh, The Places You'll Go

Sybrina and I have always loved Dr. Seuss books.  His beautiful rhythm and rhymes can be enjoyed by anyone, not just kids.  One of my favorite Seuss books is Oh, The Places You'll Go

The month of June is associated with all sorts of beginnings - graduations, weddings, even new homes. Oh, The Places You'll Go is a great story of new beginnings.  It doesn't tell the reader that everything will be perfect. Rather, the book's message is that there will be problems, but it will all be OK.  The journey is what matters.

So, what is your journey?  Where will you go?  And, how will this book's words inspire you to create something wonderful?

We are thrilled to have two Guest T-Teamers this month. The uber talented Darnell from djkardkreations and Carol from Our Little Inspirations have joined us for this challenge. Welcome, ladies!

Here is Darnell's adorable take on our words - don't you love her tags?!?!

We love how Carol used layering on each word of her sentiment!!!

Check our Penny's graduation card.  Wouldn't it be fun to make this in your grad's school colors?!?!?  Penny liked this design so well that she made a bunch - I can see why!

 Our very own Sybrina's card uses staples in a fun way, and the inside was so cute I had to include a picture of it, too!!

Mary Anne made another fun fold card with multi-colored text and mixed patterns -- a perfect look for a primary grade "graduation" card! Mary Anne doesn't blog -- at least not yet. So, please feel free to leave a comment below for Mary Anne.  :)

Mary Anne

Annie's starbursts are reminiscent of celebratory fireworks!

And, I got a new cutter for Mother's Day, and she had to make a shaped card! (I had to remove the grad's name and school from the mortarboard, safety first!)

 What places will your creativity take YOU?  

Link up your creation below.  Link to the specific post, not to your entire blog, pretty please?