Hi all! Welcome to the Sweet November March 2014 Preview. Amy has created an adorable set of four Easter rabbits entitled, Bunny Tails. I've used two of the images on two cards. You'll need to check out Amy's blog and the CC Designs blog to see the other two cute little bunnies! I chose the rabbit sitting with an Easter Egg for my first card. Isn't he sweet? The dotted background paper is from the new Doodlebug pad, Springtime.
For my second card I used the bunny chasing a butterfly...yes, "a" butterfly, hehe. The image has only one butterfly, but I couldn't resist adding a few more along with the sentiment, Follow Your Dreams.
Follow Your Dreams leads me into the first of the farewells. Amy is stepping away from designing, and ending her Sweet November line of stamps. How do I even express the sadness I feel knowing such a talent is no longer going to be shared with others? Amy's was the first card blog I ever visited. I fell in love with her amazing coloring and card layouts. And when I discovered she was also a stamp designer...well, I became a devoted fan. Her images are cute, joyful, and fun to color. Imagine my delight when she asked me to be a Sweet November Gal and craft cards with her images! My hope is Amy will become a book author and illustrator and continue to share her stories and drawings with us. (If she does, I'll get to tell my grandchildren, "I knew her when...") So dear Amy, I have relished my small part in your journey, and look forward to seeing where your path takes you in the future!
And the second farewell. I'm stepping away from this blog. I've thoroughly enjoyed my time here, and thank you to everyone who visited and left sweet comments! I will miss you all, especially Amy and my former teammates from the Outlawz...Carla, Dawn, Linda, Penny, and Jen...you ladies are the best! And I apologize to the ladies at From the Heart Stamps...I never really had the opportunity to get to know you. A special shout out also goes to Mary J, Pam Sparks, Lau, Krista, and Mo for their encouragement and technical assistance. My decision to step away was not an easy one, but I am at peace with my choice. Thank you for all the inspiration and support you've given me over the past nearly two years. What a fun ride it has been!