A couple of weeks ago, a dear friend sent me a surprise RAK. Talk about happy mail. I was ALL SMILES when I opened the pkg. to find a whole bunch of stamps by Create in Me. I have never heard of that brand before but they sure make super cute stamps. Using the image with the cutest little pup peeking out of the mailbox, I made her this thank you card.
These stamps will guaranty enjoy their new home. I stamped the images on 2 pieces of cardstock and put the stamps in the clear plastic bag, just like in the store. :-) Aren't they CUTE???
This past week, we celebrated my b/d in the office with a yummy quiche from Short 'n Sweet. As mentioned in an earlier post, we now ask the b/d person what they would like. Rather than the traditional "cake", I chose quiche. Ummmm, that was so yummy.
One of my co-workers got bentos from Kawamoto's for everyone. Oh, and last week, there was an itty-bitty bit of confusion. Someone thought my b/d was a week sooner and another co-worker bought bentos for everyone too which she got at Seoul Station. Guess you can call it double-celebration. Sorry, no pix of those bentos. Both were deeeeelicious.
My co-worker from Oahu, brought these "broke-da-mouth" malasadas from Kam Bakery. The dark ones are taro (no, they are not burnt) and the others, strawberry. I LOVE the slightly chewy texture. These are to die for and sinfully delicious. If you're on Oahu, you gotta try them.
And...my office-mate brought yummy mini muffins and made a huge, I mean HUGE bowl of Somen Salad. Eeeek, I forgot to take a pix of that. As you can see, I work with the best group of awesome people.
Back to the card.....other crafty ingredients used:
Sentiment by Hero Arts
Word punch by Stampin' Up
Border punch by EK from Ben Franklin Crafts
"Lorelai Leaf" and "Resting Birds" die by Memory Box from Island Scrapbooking
Flower punch by Studio G from Ben Franklin Crafts
Ribbon by Offray
DP from stash
Pearls by Kaiser Craft
Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous and crafty weekend.