Sunday, December 27, 2009

Snow, Snow, Snow!!!

HOPE
Psalm 25 Generated on Computer
Hope is String Bean Letters from Quickutz
Ribbon is Ribbon FX
Stamp is Hero Arts (I think)
What a great challenge, and a great passage to reflect on in the New Year!
PS I Love You...

Lighten Up!
I used a sketch from Sweet Sunday Sketch
And for Corrosive Challenges, a NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION!
I want to lose 60 pounds in 2010. All the weight I gained from quitting smoking 6.5 years ago.
I know I can do it! I never had to watch my weight, and then BAM! I hope anyone else who is working on a healthier you the BEST OF LUCK in the coming year! I know we will all need it! I made the scale out of an oval and the recycling bin from Re-Use (Quickutz). The products used are mainly Basic Grey and Bazzill paper.
Ruff, Ruff! I am 4 months old now!

9 comments:

  1. Hi Kristen! Great cards here!! LOVE that shape of those first 2 cards, and your verse on there is awesome. Love your ribbons... LOVE yoru quick cuts letters too! Ya know, I want to lose 60 lbs in 2010 too!! I was just thinking that the other day. I'd be happy with losing 50 but 60 would be my goal. What do ya say? We can do it together and encourage each other?! I really don't have a plan or group like weight watchers. Would be fun and motivating to keep track of it though. Anyway, GOOD FOR YOU that you quit smoking *Ü* Best Wishes for your goals in 2010!

    Thanks so much for playing along with us at Stampin' Sisters in CHrist Challenges this week--you're our FIRST player, woohoo!!! *Ü*

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  2. your little poochie is soooo cute...I want to encourage you in your weight loss in the coming year...I used to be very heavy(as a child) I went to WW when I was 7 years old, my Dad went with me....it was very hard but it has taught me discipline, I have to watch what I eat even today and will always have to watch what I eat. Once you come to realize that, it is easier....please keep me posted and I will encourage you on your dream...you can do it!


    wishing and believing much success

    enjoy *~*

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  3. Love that Lighten Up card!! Good for you for quitting smoking - it's so hard. I quit 2 1/2 years ago and I gained about 30 pounds, but I still think I'm healthier than when I was smoking! Hang in there, set small goals, and find (non-food) ways to celebrate them. Like buying a new stamp for every 3 pounds you lose!! :) Big hugs to you!

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  4. Fabulous cards! Thanks for joining us at the Corrosive Challenge this week! Best of luck to you with the resolutions! I know I have about 50 lbs to lose and hope to accomplish this in the coming year too!

    Hugs
    Jacki

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  5. What cute cards and best wishes on your New Year's Resolutions! Thanks so much for joining us at the Corrosive Challenge this week!

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  6. Good luck in your weight loss journey - keep your spirits high! I love your keep it up card too!

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  7. What a cool shape you made with your cards. Okay, I think everyone has a similar New Year's resolution, I too need to lose weight and 60 lbs. sounds just about right. Good for you for giving up smoking! I am joining our local YMCA with a coupon in January, that's my bid to help get a better body. Anyway, great cards and thanks for participating in the SSCC this week.

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  8. Great cards! Great Goal! You can do it. I quit smoking a long time ago and the weight caught up to me too. The most important thing is that you've quit smoking -- and now you can tackle anything! I like to think about a sack of potatoes (10 pounds -- right?) Remove one potato at a time! (ahh, but don't eat that potato) LOL Good Luck! Your little fur baby is too cute for words.

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  9. First of all, my two daughters are in love with your puppy! They're off pretending to be him/her right now LOL. Great resolution card...best of luck with that...I know how hard it is having lost weight and gained it all back...I'm going to be trying again too. Thanks for playing along with The Corrosive Challenge this week.

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