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On a quest in 2018 . . .

Posting this again, just in case you missed it earlier:

Lunar Sun Creations


My quest this year is to try things I haven't done before - at least as it pertains to paper crafts. 

Who are your favorite mini album makers?

Those that break the mold?

Those new to this that are thinking waaayyyyy outside the box?

Thank you so much . . .

There aren't enough words to tell you how much I appreciate

your support of my crops.


We've been getting together for so long

that everyone who attends is like family.


We laugh. We cry. We share stories and ideas.

We catch up with everyone's kids and grands.


And we can't wait for the next time we can all be together again.


to my friend

Ruth Roehm

for making an incredible St. Louis Baseball Cardinal car.

Sgt Sikes with Jan Reel (the winner of the car)

We sold raffle tickets and made $600 to benefit Officer O'Connor.

Ruth, we couldn't have done it without you.

Until next time . . . 

Love all you gals and can't wait until the April & October crops!

Girlfriend Getaways Weekend Crops

And then bam . . .

Do you ever feel as if everything is looking the same?

I was out searching for new ideas and everything I saw felt as if I've done it already.


and then bam . . .

along comes Lunar Sun Creations and its creator Katia Quigley.

This is a must see video on the most amazing mini-book I think I've ever seen:


Here's Katia's You Tube Channel

(in case you want to see more)


Check out her other mini-books.

They are some of the most creative books ever!

(Thanks to Cheryl for sharing her mini-book this weekend.)