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      Saturday, July 01, 2017

08:17 AM - 07/01/2017

The topic: Yay. me!


After the back incident, I wanted to make more cards (for the store) and I just kept putting it off.  I was having the hardest time getting motivated.

A couple of weeks ago I pulled the files I wanted to use. I imported them into to my Silhouette Design Studio. And there it sat for a week or so.

And then it was really hot. I mean, I couldn't move a muscle hot because I knew I'd melt.

Then we went to a movie. Most certainly didn't want to get everything laid out, then leave. It was always something.

This past week, I finally pulled the paper. Well, most of it. Brian asked how I was doing.  "Um...."

Thursday afternoon, I finally got started. I cut out one set. I'd only planned on doing two of each card, but I cut out four.

Then yesterday, I cut out enough for sixteen more cards!  I need to cut out envelopes for four of them, but that won't take long.

The last set I cut out was the most involved. I kept pulling more paper. Last night, around eight, Brian laughed at me when I said "I'm almost finished" because he was watching television and the machines were going. I asked him why he laughed, he said 'you've been saying that for the last three hours". 

I did two more pieces of cardstock and I was done! I put everything away and now, everything is ready to assemble. Except for those envelopes.

But I'm pretty happy I got it done.

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lisaviolet is sixty something, married with no kids, takes care of lots of cats, likes taking photographs, loves Southern California weather and spends altogether too much time avoiding her responsibilities.

In her spare time, she makes pretty things to sell in her store.

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