Definition of MOXIE:
1: energy, pep; 2: courage, determination; 3: know-how

Definition of STAMPIN' MOXIE:
Using your personal energy, ideas, likes and loves to express yourself through the medium of stamping and crafting.

What's YOUR Stampin' Moxie style?

I believe we all have our own moxie. We each have a tune with which we march throughout our lives. Our moxie can change, too, as we change and grow through personal experiences and by witnessing the changes around us.

Part of the beauty of our moxie is being able to share it with one another. I enjoy sharing my moxie through crafting and have found that I can share a little something of me through the various projects I create. My desire is to share something I enjoy with others and allow them the opportunity to bring their own moxie out through crafting. Is your stampin' moxie style defined? Is it "vintage"? Is it "whimsical"? Is it something in-between or all of the above? Find out YOUR Stampin' Moxie style! Then, share with others...

Friday, March 14, 2008

On a roll...

More "craftsiness" time...WaHOO!
I remember loving this dragonfly when I first saw it. I did a complete CASE from a crafter on SCS - I need to find the link to pay due respect. I love that it has the well-known verse from Ecclesiastes (3:1).

This is like the card I recently sent to my dad for his 70th b-day (except his said "Don't think "old"..." on the front bottom right side and on the inside said "just think "Classic!") This is another CASE from SCS but I used different DSP. I made this one a little more generic.
I don't how long I waited before finally busting out my Floral background stamp...but I finally did to recreate this card I think I learned from my friend Tandy - just awesome!

Thursday, March 6, 2008

What if I faked amnesia...

to account for my lack of crafty posts? Would that work?

I HAVE actually been crafty and my fingers have been inky on several occassions, but I just haven't forced myself to put the pics up on the blog. Here are a couple of shots, though, of one of my most recent dabbles in the crafting world: Valentines gifts to the kids' teachers.

These are both fun and fairly easy to make. Inside I put the Ghiradelli (sp?) chocolates in milk and dark. The teachers seemed to appreciate a more "sophisticated" (wink wink) presentation to their chocolate indulgance - and to that I say "ENJOY!"