Happy Campers

This card is one for a challenge over on Splitcoast last week. The challenge was to use an image that has a motor in it. The camper may not technically have a motor, but it was a s close as I could come. Fortunately, in the world of SCS that is good enough. I love making little scenes, so used two Stampin' Up sets to make this one, Happy Camper and Under the Stars. I told a little story about how the car that pulled the camper had to go to town for more supplies.

Both boys are rotating through their summer camp days right now. Last week Noah was at day camp and Seth and I had a little extravaganza of eating lunch at places he chose. Very exciting places like KFC and the local cafeteria. Seth is at camp this week and Noah and I are hitting up the dollar store, going to the skate park and having his friends over. It is nice to have one on one time with each of them and just do things that interest that child.

The exciting news is that Doodle Factory is having a new set give away. They are giving away four new sets that they are releasing and that means four different people could each win the sets. Since it is summer and my disposable income is disposed of by the my kids, I could really use some of their fun and fantastic new stamps. How much do I love them you wonder? Well, scroll down a post or two and you will see the necklace I made with their monsters. Not everyone loves a stamp company enough to wear a handmade necklace to advertise that fact! I am not a person who generally wins things, but a girl can dream can't she? Some days my dreams are all I have!

Tonight I am going to a neighborhood party to say goodbye to some friends who are moving a few neighborhoods away. I made about 10 dozen snickerdoodles last night to take along. Those were after the 11 jars of frezer jam I made. I had some of my jam this morning on toast, and I'll just say this...if you are on my Christmas list this year you will be very happy. Although, not very surprised.


Anonymous said...

I love your cards! Good luck with winning a "Doodle Factory" stamp set!


crazed lunatic said...

I think those little monsters are hilarious! :-) and you're totally creative with your scenes.

mmmm...freezer jam!

Anonymous said...

Which flavors did you make, strawberry?? From the Kraft site it looks like you can do just about any flavor. Judy we should nominate you MOTHER OF THE YEAR. It is nice that you have the one-on-one time with the boys. The camping looks just about like our experiences but with spiders and chipmonks.

Lynn said...

I second the Mother Of The Year nomination! Hope you win the Doodle Factory stamp set =) Then I'll get to see even more of your unbelievable creative stuff!
Enjoy the one on one time.