I am proud to say that I was packing away orders all day yesterday and they are ready to be shipped! I also got my very first order from Japan! :)
Now to restock my shop!! lol! I'm putting my first order in so hopefully in 2-3 weeks I'll be adding some old and new sets to the shop.
I had to make a quick card for Mia's teacher. Mia finished grade 4 which means saying goodbye to her teacher (they have the same teacher grade 1 to grade 4 and then grade 5 and on it's a different teacher for each subject).
I used my Read All About It stamp set (which I will be re ordering this week) and coloured with my Graph'it markers.
I can't believe how quickly this school year passed....crazy! I'll have Marko in grade 7, Mia in grade 5 and Jakov in grade 2.......snif, snif...they grow up to fast!
How SWEET is Miriam's card!! She used my TEArrific stamp set. These stacked tea cups are perfect for paper piecing!
Also I wanted to give everyone a heads up for a CRAZY sale I will be having on Monday. If you follow Jane's Doodles on facebook than you'll know that if we reached 1000 likes I would do a crazy sale and we're over 1000 so a promise is a promise! I'm a little nervous because my last sale was so successful that it wiped out half my shop and I still haven't restocked eveything. So Monday...there's a special personal reason I choose Monday and I'll share that too.
Today it's my dad birthday....he would have been 82 (he was 18 years older than my mom...how about that!). I can't help but think of him every day because I can see so much of him in my kids especially my oldest.
Since it's Thursday and I like to do #tbt (throw back thursday) on instagram and it's my dad's birthday I wanted to share this photo of my father in a wedding party. I drew an arrow to point him out...handsome fella!
The girl infront of him is his sister (my aunt).
I miss them both.
I had this Little Miss Mia image coloured for a while which came in handy this morning when I was starring at my background I stamped and coloured (using my Doodle Flowers II stamp set). I coloured using my Graph'it markers.