Thursday, June 23, 2016

One Step at a Time - new this week, and a beautiful cluster to share from Jenni!

A lazy hazy day here in Wisconsin - but at least we avoided the storms that the rest of the state got somehow!   Eric and I took off for a while - had a nice ride and visited a few shops that I adore over in Grant County - the other side of the Wisconsin River.   We haven't done that in a while, and it was just plain relaxing to get out and about with no special purpose in mind!     This week my collection was made with my dear friend Anita in mind - she has gone thru hell and back since her brush with death a few years ago - she always comes thru it all, determined to stay positive and look at the bright side!   She is still in rehab - had a two day at home pass last week, and what did she do?  Grab this and make a page.   Her's is the big one below :)  Love you my friend!   One Step at a Time is filled with goodies - all on a positive note for those times when we have needed to push ourselves in that direction.   It's in the shop and on sale until Monday for 30% off.  I have some wonderful clusters to share that my team made with it, too - beginning tonight with a stunner from Jenni :)   Jenni is in Australia - and is impatiently waiting for her son and family to move back 'home' - they have been in the states for years now.   They came 'home' once a year to visit her...and she could see her precious grands again - - may this time pass quickly Jenni!  You'll soon have those two kiddo's in your arms again!    Have a great night everyone!

and a little inspiration!

Yep - I am blessed to have such a wonderful Creative Team :)

Just click on the image to download!   You can find a version of this cluster in one of Jenni's layouts this week - the first one under Anita's (and yep, she made that page for Anita!).  It's just a lovely layered cluster, isn't it?  See you tomorrow!  - Kim


  1. Jenni, such a colorful cluster of textures and shapes. Thanks so much. Kim, thanks so much for the update on Anita. She is a fantastic creator and I miss her lovely works. Please pass along my get well wishes for a speedy recovery.

  2. Thanks Jenni and Kim!Such a beautiful kit! I´ve already bought mine! My best get well wishes to Anita.

  3. Really love the cluster Jenni. It can be used as is and as a side or bottom border. Thanks so much for all you both do!


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