As far as crafting, I've got some pics to share.
This is a table runner I hand quilted on our trip to Austin for Thanksgiving this past year. Our son lives there and only gets Thanksgiving day off, so we go to see him - it was our 4th year in a row and the 3rd year in a row that my parents went with us. The previous two years we rented a house for the holiday, but this year we were able to stay in the rent house we purchased for our son to live in. We also did a little work on the house while we were there.
This is the card I made to swap at Stamp Club about a week ago. The printed panels were embossed before I cut them apart. It was a quick and easy card to put together.
This cute box is constructed from chipboard and paper and I used it as a sample and eventually sold it.
Here's the sample from a class I taught at Paper Arts, the LSS here in Edmond. Each page is constructed from an envelope (which I also made) with a pocket on the back side. There is a card tucked in the pocket, located under the red flap.
Here's another Christmas box, but this time there's a mini-album tucked inside.
Here a completed mini-portfolio documenting a scrapbooking retreat I attended last August. I'm sorry that some of the pics are upside down, but I took them on my phone and the software on the computer won't let me edit the pics. In fact, when I sent the pics to the computer, they turned out to be square shaped, not rectangular. Fortunately, I just found my camera and in the future I hope to have all those wrinkles ironed out.