100th MACM – 100 Percent Grateful For You

MACM - 100 Percent Grateful For You

Yes, all. That’s true. I am 100 percent grateful for all of you. You make creating these videos so fun! It’s been a wild ride and I can’t believe we’re already at 100. Crazy!

For this week’s card, I decided to mimic my first MACM card. Basically, just a circle card, a band across the middle, and a ribbon at the top. Pretty simple! :)

Paper wise, I used Studio Calico patterned paper for the main background circle, and some more Garden Variety for the heart (the same paper was used on this card last Friday).

And once again, I broke out my Timeless Type Jr. dies from Stampin’ Up! that I don’t use these nearly enough. As I was looking through the letters, numbers, and symbols in the set, I realized I’d totally forgotten all the great extras besides the usual letters and numbers. Like the heart I used on this card. You’d think I’d remember what was in this set of dies considering it was one of the last things I worked on when I was at SU, but oh, well!

Oh, and before I forget. I little update on Mannie. :) He’s doing okay. He has an upper respiratory infection so the vet gave me an antibiotic to give to him. I’m a chronic “self-diagnose-and-look-everything-up-on-the-internet” person, so I suspected that was the case. He also is up to date on his shots and is all set! And I have to say, he really is the best to cuddle with. He’s 8-years-old (which I think makes him pretty mellow), fully declawed (so there’s no risk of scratching), and he’s just a big ball of fur. :)

I had cats growing up and didn’t seem to have any allergy to them, but I guess my 10-year break from living with a cat has given me the time to develop an allergy. I’m hoping once I’m used to having a cat around again, the allergy symptoms will subside. Until then, Zyrtec is my new best friend.

Anyhow! Enjoy the 100th video!

BTW, do you like the new list of supplies at the end of the post, or was the previous way I listed supplies better (less obtrusive)? Let me know in the comments. This way takes longer to format, but if it helps you find what supplies you’re looking for, I’ll continue with it. :)

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Patterned Paper: Cosmo Cricket Garden Variety 6×6 paper pad; Studio Calico patterned paper
Alphas and Heart: Stampin’ Up! Timeless Type Jr. Sizzix dies from Quickutz cork sheet
Solid Cardstock: Stampin’ Up! cardstock in Baja Breeze and Naturals Ivory
Stamps: Stampin’ Up! Simple Serif Mini Alpha stamp set
Ink: Colorbox Fluid Chalk Ink in Charcoal
Ribbon: Papertrey Ink satin ribbon
Miscellaneous: Uni-ball Signo Broad white gel pen; Coluzzle Circle Cutting System (no longer available)

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