My everyday life, which is simply By(God's)Grace
Both the site and your times are lovely! Well done to all of you! I would so love those slider buttons if my guys were still little.
Oops. that should be soldier buttons. I saw my mistake just after I hit "publish!"
Thanks for the kind words, Barbara! I have had those buttons for years and years (they had been my grandmother's but not sentimental), and I used to think I'd use them for something for my boys - but I never got around to it. So now they are for sale. I had some Scottie buttons too, but they sold already.It took me a minute to realize you meant soldier buttons - I couldn't for the life of me figure out what slider buttons were! LOL
Susan! Great shop! Good idea you had to make cards for your shop. ;-)
Beautiful stuff. Hmm, I have a new place to shop.You need to get Andrew to make 180x90 px banner for us supporters to add to our blogs. Advertisement you know!
Susan, you are very talented!I bought tons of scrap booking and card making stuff and never could do much with it.I made one scrap book and stopped. Now I know where to go when I need cards!
I meant to ask, does Andrew use Adobe to do his banners? They are awesome! Does he still do work for others? My blog needs help!
Thanks, Tammy! I don't know why I didn't think of cards earlier. I have a hard time coming up with card ideas, then a hard time making them look right . . . and on and on. This time I just went with the flow.Tori, Andrew sat down last night and made a little banner. It's the link listed right below your comment (under angus). I think you're both crazy - but if you want to use his banner, I'm flattered! ;) LOLMargaret, Andrew still does graphics - he does use Adobe - you can contact him about some work. I'm going to do a post later today with HIS Etsy shop for banners!
Your shop banner looks great and I love the items you have for sale! You've done a very nice job. :o( I haven't had time to restock mine in about 3 months!Debbie J.
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