Monday, July 30, 2012

Happy 14th Birthday...

No, your not seeing double or reading wrong. 
     Today is our Daughter Madison's 14th Birthday.  :O)  Yes, my babies are 1 year and 1 day apart.  They are both going into the 9th grade and most of the people at school ask if they are twins. Mitchell is ok with it, however Madison has a little bit of problem with it from time to time.  She gets mad a those that don't know, but she has no problem at all with them being close and sharing quite a few of the same friends. 
     As yesterday ended up being a very busy day and I am totally wiped out  I am going to keep this uber quick and wish you all a great day as well as my Daughter a very Happy Birthday.  Fortunately I only work a half day today so I will be off by 1pm to help them both celebrate their birthdays.  :O)
     Again, I wanted to give Madison a card that she wasn't expecting so I used an image from a pre-made card and cut it out.  Then I used my Spellbinder die to make the cat licence say "14 Rules)
I had a great time making her card and as I am me I have already given it to her.  She was very very happy with it and just loves how it looks. 
     Have a wonderful day everyone.  I am off to dream land. 
Hugs, Lisa G

This green is nice and bright, don't know why the computer won't pick it up!

I am loving Washi tape even though I only have two.  lol

No list, too tired.
 Hugs, Lisa G


Chrissy said...

Gorgeous card Lisa, love the cats eyes, they are amazing...
A very Happy Birthday Madison, hope you have a wonderful day, feel free to eat my share of your cake..


Rachel Parys said...

This turned out super cool! So original! I'm sure she will keep it always! Happy Bday Madison!

Denice said...

Hope Madison is enjoying her day, happy birthday to her! Of course she's going to love this adorable was handmade just for her!

Cindy Haffner said...

Ohh so SWEET Lisa, Happy week to you!!~

Amanda R said...

Love both cards Lisa and hope the kids had wonderful birthdays! I am still amazed you had two little ones so close together, Mama Mia! The diapers, I can only imagine!