Jan 17 2010

Testing/Plus More!

Published by at 4 40 am under Announcements,JustRite Products

This isa test to see if things are working. MyBlog hasbeen down for nearly 2 days. Just uploading a photo here to see if that works.


We printed this picture out the other day as my son needed it for a school project. He took this pic a couple summers ago. It is right in front of our house. We are actually considering taking the windmill down and selling it — anyone out there looking for a windmill? LOL. It’s maybe 60 feet tall, an Aermotor. I’d say approximately 100 years old — but I’d have to ask my DH to be sure on that.

And once I’m testing, I might as well showyou something I made and never posted:


This is a Christmas gift tag I made using Spellbinders recently revealed Labels 13 die templates. I made this before the holidays and couldn’t share then as the die had not yet been revealed. It’s a keeper of a die, I tell ya — TONS of uses! Scroll down through my last few posts if you haven’t seen it used yet. I was pleased as punch to be able to create its reveal projects! It works perfectly with the JustRite stamps/shapes — a match made in heaven!The Labels 13 die templates areavailable as a preorder right now. You can email me ([email protected])if you’d like to be put on my list. I also have the JustRite product used for sale in The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store — I used A Merry Little Christmas and the 2″ Round Wide Borders on a 2″ Round Stamper. This tag would be so pretty created with any image, in any theme.

Now, let’s see if this will post properly — fingers crossed!!!

And my last post was a day late in popping up due to these Blog issues — make sure to check it out — its a Blog Candy Post!!! Fun for everyone!!!!

17 responses so far

17 Responses to “Testing/Plus More!”

  1. SueB says:

    Yep! It posted. Leslie Miller is just changing to Typepad because of blog issues. Just an idea.

  2. Rebekka says:

    This is beautiful.

  3. Barbara says:

    Happy Birthday Sharon!—Oh, how I would love to have your windmill—What a beautiful photo, not only of your wonderful windmill, but what a beautiful sky!!

    Barbara in Bellflower

  4. Joan Fricker says:

    Sharon, Yea it is working again. What a scare for you I am sure.
    Very beautiful!!!


  5. Oh thank goodness you are back online!!!! I can imagine how horrible the last couple of days have been!!! Looks like it’s all back to normal!!! YAY!!!! I huge, late, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! 🙂

  6. Deb Saaranen says:

    Got it…got the FeedBlitz too!

  7. irma says:

    I was not able to post a comment..but anyway..Happy Birthday -belated- to you! Love your work:)

  8. Shawna says:

    Gorgeous tag —— and happy you are back on line!

  9. Maryann says:

    This semms to work just fine. Thanks for the view of the new LAbel nestie, its simply gorgeous like all the other Label nesties. They sure are a gift from heaven to most projects and sooo useful for everything, we can ever make. Your tag is gorgeous.
    Biiig hugs MAryann

  10. Lorraine M. says:

    Great shot! What a fabulous gift tag, too! TFS!

  11. Beautiful gift tag! I just love the JR products and I am often hitting your blog for ideas! Thanks for sharing your talents!

  12. So gorgeous, Sharon…and that picture your son took is awesome. Sorry you have been having blog trouble…..gets you all sick in your stomach doesn’t it? I hope it stays up now. Hugs, Sabrina

  13. Michele Kemp says:

    Looks like your problems are over. Glad for you and the rest of us!

  14. Kathy R. says:

    This is simply striking …. love it!

  15. Joyce across the pond says:

    So glad you are back….I so wanted to wish you Birthday wishes yesterday….it was your birthday, wasn’t it, or have I got the wrong person…..I thought I remembered you were the same day as me. Good wishes!

  16. Linda Beeson says:

    I love that photo! I was finding myself taking photos of windmills this last fall – so picturesque.

  17. Heidi Karpen says:

    Very pretty tag Sharon- I can’t wait to get my hands on the new Spellbinders dies! Wish I lived on enough land to consider your windmill- I don’t think I could get past the zoning committee in the middle of Houston!

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