Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Going Grey with Scrap-creations Challenge: Blue for You!


Happy Tuesday!!!!! I can't believe another week has gone by. Where does the time go? I would like to tell you how cute my image is, or how much I loved to color my card, but I have nothing :(, nothing but a stack of books I have been studying. I had a exam on Monday, and two on Tuesday, and last week I had a exam on top of a ton of school projects. This nursing school business is not working out with my crafty time. Actually, it doesn't allow me anytime. My picture, is only showing you the books I needed to study for Tuesdays test. Some times, I don't know how I manage. Actually I think I question myself everyday. It is all so much. I keep telling myself it will all be worth it in the end. Any nurses out there............Please tell me it will be!!!! :)



Tuesdays = Going Grey with scrap-Creations challenge, and this Weeks challenge is Blue for you. Make a card or project that is Blue & white/or Silver. I promise to have a blue card after these test are over.

As always, we had a fabulous turnout last week, and you all made gorgeous cards and projects inspired by a song. I swear, it is always so hard to pick Top 3. You all are so talented. Last weeks Top 3 are:


Christine
Kaia
Marilyn:
FABULOUS cards ladies!!!!

The DT and I would also like to give a big THANK YOU to Prairie Fairy for sponsoring last weeks challenge. The images are just wonderful!!!!! This brings me to the winner of last weeks Prairie Fairy winner (randomly drawn):


The winner is TINA!
Here are your random numbers:

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Please e-mail me with your e-mail address, so I can get you your prize:)

Ok, without further A Du, let me show you this weeks DT's amazing creations: They always inspire me:)

Kristine:
Peggy:
Mary:
Kim:
Lorie:
Marie:
Jackie:
weren't those fabulous? Don't be afraid to head to their blogs and leave them a little love. You will have until next Monday @ 6pm to get your card in for the challenge. We only allow 2 entry's per person. Also, we have new Blog Badges, please feel free to take one and post on your blog. I will be picking the top 3 next week, and I will award 3 people with the new top 3 badge! When posting to a gallery's, please use the key words GGSC40.......Have a great day and happy creating


8 comments:

Julye said...

Hiya, keep going with the study, I was a nurse before I left to care for my mobility challenged son and loved it though the burocracy and paper work did get me down sometimes but caring for the patients was great. Hopefully it will be more patient orientated in the US, so chin up you'll get there in the end.

mamichelle said...

Hang in there, Kristen! I can't speak from experience but I have two friends who went through it and are now enjoying their jobs with great pay!! I know it was hard for both of them as well. You can do it!

Amanda R said...

I have been a nurse for the past 8 years and it was worth every minute of hard work. When you get to the end you will find it hard to believe it is over already and when a patient tells you they are glad you were their nurse and made a difference you will be glad you made the commitment!

Peggy said...

Kristen I don't know how you do it all but you do and we are proud of you! Keep it up!!

CricutLvr!! said...

Hey kristen, i've been a nurse for 13 years and it was one of the best things i have ever done!! Before you know it, you will be done and you will have a great job and great pay!! So worth it!! Keep up with your studies and just keep thinking about the light at the end of the tunnel!!

Kristine said...

I know what that's like... sorta! Back in my college days! Keep it up--I'm SURE it'll all be worth it. Fabby creations this week with the blue/silver theme... LOVE THEM ALL! =) Have a Happy Thanksgiving Kristen!

Marlene said...

My daughter graduated from her nursing program two years ago and LOVES her career. If she had read this, she would tell you it IS worth it in the end. :)

Hazel said...

Fab selection of blue cards. I've linked a card but it wasn't made with Basic Grey papers - I seem to remember that any can be used now, but if this isn't the case then please delete my entry x