Friday, May 8, 2009

Friday challenge make a "little" something


Made this little gift box for an "old" lady friend of mine, or should I say older lady friend since next week I turn 72. I have a bunch of tea boxes my son brought home from the coffee shop where he works and I thought to save them for future use and the future is now. Just covered it with DP from K & Co. added a Nestie cut out and a thank you along with some bling I found at Mike's. The stamp is Hero Arts. I want to say thanks to this woman who has been like a second Mom to me...she is the best! I'll fill it with chocolates and I know she'll share. Method to my maddness.
Well it's weekend time again and I'm going to start a walking regime to loose some of my fat around the middle. Heck it's around the middle, top, bottom and well everywhere. No more "skinny dipping" it's now chunky dunking. Diet time, here I come!
Happy weekend to you all and Happy Mother's Day to all the Mom's ( me too ) and Mom's to be.

6 comments:

Crystal said...

Pat , your dialogue is such a hoot ! Always enjoy coming to visit you blog . Happy Mother's Day !

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Julie Koerber said...

I'm proud of you mom for starting your routine! You need to feel healthy and fit! In a matter of time... you'll be there -- so you go girl! Love the little box! Isn't it fun to find new treasures in old things! TGIF!

Janine said...

Pat the is soooooo sweet!! What a great project!! I hope you are well and that you are enjoying your weekend. Unfortunately the weather is not good today so no gardening but definitely tomorrow.
Happy Mother's Day to you !!!
LOL Janine

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

What a sweet, cute gift! This is adorable and I'm sure she's going to LOVE it!
I can sympathize with you on the "diet" thing ... with all the sitting (and eating) I've done through DH illness, I need to follow your lead! In fact, maybe I'll start walking in the morning too ... thanks for being an inspiration!!

Sharon (notimetostamp) said...

This is so delicate and beautiful -- I LOVE it!