Wow, I was like a kid waiting for a big day. I have had to wait to share my fun news about being asked by Cath over at Moxie Fab to be Moxie Fabber of the Week. I can’t wait to share this with my fellow paper crafters who will really understand my excitement. Telling my husband didn’t give me the reaction I really wanted. His reaction was kind of like the soup commercial where the gal who lost weight asks to talk to a woman.
I stop in almost every morning at the Moxie Fab blog to get my shot of paper crafting caffeine. Some days, it is a shot of fun colors or maybe a jaw-dropping beautiful picture to inspire us to think outside of our box. I can’t forget the fun giveaways she has, too. If you want to know what is new or what you need to start saving for, Moxie Fab is the place to find it. Cath’s whimsical and creative ways make me laugh and save me lots of time searching Pinterest. (I cannot imagine the hours she puts into scouring the boards over there.)
|I will be sharing some fun Easter treats with you in the coming week using some of these fun Accucut die cut favor box's. So be sure to stop back for some fun ideas.|
To celebrate, I would like to give you a chance to win some blog candy with me. I love to do treats and favors for our youth group leaders, my girls, or the girls in the gymnastics class that my older daughter teaches. So I would like to give away a packet of die-cut favor boxes, which I cut using my AccuCut Dies in pretty pastels, for you to create some Easter treats for someone special in your life. I thought I would throw in some fun Kaiser pearls, as well as my favorite Fiskars Micro-Tip scissors to get your spring projects going.
So for a chance to win, just sign up to follow my blog -- or if you already do, just leave me a comment and I will add you to the drawing. I will pick the winner next Monday!
Thanks for stopping and sharing in my exciting news. As I like to say, “It is the little things in life that make it exciting.” This is one of those “little” things that is big for me.
Donna" When I stand before God at the end of my life, I hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and I could say,"I used everything you gave me" Erma Bombeck Writer