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Our new puppy’s name is Izzabella…Rich named her after his girl, Bella, and we’re calling the puppy Izzy. Bella is 11, Honey is almost 6 and in this video, Izzy is 9 weeks old..She’s now 13 weeks old, and much larger than when we made the video. After I made the video, I handed it to Rich with some notes I wrote, and the video and notes disappeared until earlier today, when he found them inside a cardboard box…It’s a man thing…haha.. I’m just glad he found it.
A lot of things have changed since making this video. Izzy now loves Bella and Honey and plays with both of them often. She thinks Rich is the greatest, which he is.. She’s still going for car rides, but not nearly as often as in the first week. A lot of things have changed since making this video. Izzy now loves Bella and Honey and plays with both of them often. She’s still going for car rides, but not nearly as often as in the first week. She sleeps most of the night, but by 5AM, she’s ready for trouble, and loves that time of day, and getting into trouble by herself, especially under our bed. She’s now about 20 pounds, so almost double in size from this video and unfortunately, and saddest of all, Honey’s cancerous bump on her nose, has come back. We’re hoping it chooses to go down again, like it did the first time, but we can’t count on that, so we’re enjoying the time we have with Honey. On a really bright note, Honey and Izzy are very close. We had to get a puppy because Honey wouldn’t have accepted another full grown dog into our house, and we were afraid she wouldn’t like Izzy, but after a few days, it was clear that she would be a great play pal for Honey. Honey has high anxiety and has had it since she came home with us from a “farm” that was actually a horrible puppy mill. At the time, I tried to have them shut down, but our county didn’t have anyone in the role to do so, and since, they have hired a lovely woman, who is keeping a very close eye on that farm, much to my relief. If you are wondering why we didn’t adopt from our animal shelter, our county does a really wonderful job and they never have puppies, and rarely keep dogs for more than a few days. I did check our local newspaper/facebook/etc and couldn’t find any puppies, and only found Izzy by chance, when my brother-in-law came to visit and mentioned his brother (who lives near us) had gotten a puppy that looked like Honey about a year ago. He got the breeder information from his brother and the rest is history. She sleeps most of the night, but by 5AM, she’s ready for action, and loves that time of day, and getting into trouble by herself, especially under our bed. She’s now about 20+ pounds, so almost double in size from this video and unfortunately, and saddest of all, Honey’s cancerous bump on her nose, has come back. We’re hoping it chooses to go down again, like it did the first time, but we can’t count on that, so we’re enjoying the time we have with Honey. On a really bright note, Honey and Izzy are very close. We had to get a puppy because Honey wouldn’t have accepted another full grown dog into our house, and we were afraid she wouldn’t like Izzy, but after a few days, it was clear that she would be a great play pal for Honey. Honey has high anxiety and has had it since she came home with us from a “farm” that was actually a horrible puppy mill. At the time, I tried to have them shut down, but our county didn’t have anyone in the role to do so, and since, they have hired a lovely woman, who is keeping a very close eye on that farm, much to my relief. If you are wondering why we didn’t adopt from our animal shelter, our county does a really wonderful job and they never have puppies, and rarely keep dogs for more than a few days. I did check our local paper/facebook/etc and couldn’t find any puppies, and only found Izzy by chance, when my brother-in-law came to visit and mentioned his brother (who lives near us) had gotten a puppy that looked like Honey about a year ago. He got the breeder information from his brother and the rest is history.
If you follow my YouTube channel, you know I try to post two videos every week, but in the last few weeks, I’ve been lax. That’s primarily because of this little girl.
Her name is Izzy, a cream colored Golden Retriever, she’s a joy and a real handful. We got her when she was eight weeks old, and she’s three months old now. She gets into everything and creates havoc wherever she goes. She’s kept our other two dogs exhausted and at times, trying to find places they can hide from her.
I made a video of her and it was really cute, but somehow between me writing notes about it for my editor-in-chief, Rich, and handing the notes to him, the video and notes, disappeared. We’ve spent a week looking for them, and you’d think after not finding it within a day or two, I would have made a new video, but no, we just kept looking. That’s why it’s been almost two weeks between videos, I’m ashamed to say. I promise I won’t let it happen again, but seriously, you know I can’t be help accountable to my promise, haha….
Since I didn’t post a video, one of my viewers contacted me because she was sure something had to be wrong. I never imagined, when starting a YouTube channel so many years ago, that anyone would be concerned if I didn’t post a video. In fact, when we got to fifty subscribers, we couldn’t believe our good fortune. And in the last month, we hit a milestone, 20,000 subscribers…Who would have ever imagined that many people being interested in anything I have to say? It’s an honor and a privilege to make these videos for all of you, and Rich and I never take that for granted. I’m going to do a nice giveaway for hitting 20,000 subscribers, and that video should be up shortly. And by shortly, I mean three or four day (or a week) from now.
Thanks for hanging in there with us and for being so wonderful. We never expected YouTube viewers to treat us so kindly. Oh, and here’s one more Izzy photo for the road.
I saw Sam Calcott make a similar bag and thought it would be fun to make. I’ve made a similar bag out of 12 x 12″ papers, but wanted to try this in a little smaller size.
The papers I used were from The Paper Tree called Nature’s Song and I found mine on Ebay, but also looked today and found them here. https://tinyurl.com/77kx42sz I really liked this pad for making smaller gift bags for birthdays, baby and wedding showers and for any gift giving occasion. The patterns are lovely and the pad includes some toppers that are perfect for decorating your bags.
You’ll need two pieces of 8 x 8″ paper and if you don’t have 8 x 8″ pads, you could cut down 12 x 12″ paper to use instead, and use the leftover 4″ to make your bottom or one side. Score the papers (if they have a direction to the pattern) with the top of the paper facing your right side when in the score board. Score the piece that you’ll use for the back at 1 1/2″ and 7 1/8″. The other sheet of 8 x 8″ will be the front and you only need to score it at 7 1/8″ making sure the pattern (if directional) should face the right.
You’ll need three pieces of 4 x8″ paper, two for the sides and one for the bottom.
The bottom piece on the 4″ length, score at 1/2″ and 3 1/2″
The sides on the 8″ side score at 1″ and 2 1/2″ and turn to the 4″ length, (making sure our first scores are now near the bottom of the paper) score at 1/2″ and 3 1/2″ and 2″ down to the 2 1/2″ score near the bottom. Then take them out of the score board and using a ruler and a stylus (scoring tool), score on the box you’ve scored near the bottom, score from that center 2″ score diagonally to the left side bottom of the box that’s scored, and diagonally on the right. Hopefully you can see it on the video so it makes more sense.
You’ll now take the two sides and cut the bottom corners that are scored as rectangles and cut out these boxes and cut a small diagonal slice out of the paper left so it’s a little smaller and easier to fit into place easier. If you follow the way I show to cut these, it will be easier. You’ll fold the two sides so that the sides fold under and the middle score becomes a valley and the bottom folds under and the diagonal scores are valley folds.
I used tear tape on this bag, and put one line of tear tape closest to the score line (but not over it) on the bottom and sides, and then used Bearly Art Glue to cover the rest of the scored areas on the sides and bottom. Link: https://tinyurl.com/h6ru2pkn Lay the bottom of your bag in front of you and take one side and lay the bottom piece of one side flat over the bottom lining it up so the score lines of the side matches the score lines of the bottom, and the piece of the side that you glue onto the bottom, it’s score is not on the bottom, but as close as you can get to the bottom piece. Glue the other side down the same way. Then take the front (this piece has only one score at 7 1/8″) of the bag (make sure the 7 1/8″ fold is at the top) and glue the bottom of it to the folded up side of the bottom and pull one side up and holding it as straight as possible and lining up the score of the side with the front piece, glue them together, then do the same with the other side. Then take the back of the bag and glue it in place the same as the front.
The ribbons are 10 1/2″ long and you’ll need 2. Mine were 5/8″ wide. Folding down the 7 1/8″ flap, on the front and back of the bag, measure in 2 1/2″ from each side and put a small mark on the fold. Then using a hole punch, punch a half circle on the fold as when you open the flap, it will create a full circle. Pull the ribbon through and leave only enough ribbon so it can be adhered with tear tape under the flap (less than 3/4″).. Pull the ribbon through the other hole on the same side and put tear tape under the length of the flap closest to the edge and put tear tape beneath each hole you made to lay your ribbon on and to hold it in place. Do the same to the back side of the bag with ribbon.
I decorated mine with a topper that came in the 8 x 8 paper pad and cut it with a die, then laid it on a piece of black paper and cut it with two sizes bigger of the die family and put it on foam squares to adhere to the front of the bag. I also found a Happy Birthday sentiment in the paper pad and put it on the flap and added Nuvo Dream Drops in Super Nova (I can’t find that color, but here are the ones I did find.) https://tinyurl.com/48c3bhta and added some dots to the center embellishment and to the sides of Happy Birthday on the flap at the top.
I’ve seen a lot of these on You Tube and I modified them to make it the way I like it.
I found three junior legal pads for $1 at the Dollar Tree and mine are 8 x 5″ so make sure you follow my measurements on how to modify the sizes.
Start with cardboard (I used a backing for a paper pad) that is 8″ by 6″ so if whatever height your legal pad is, make the cardboard that height and add one inch to the width.
The paper (I used Stampin’ Up cardstock) you use to cover the cardboard is 1″ wider and 1″ taller than your cardboard, so mine is 9 x 6″. Put tear tape to cover one side of your cardboard and lay it in the center of this paper, then score the cardboard edges and put tear tape on the edges of the paper and cut out the corners about 1/8″ away from the corner of the cardboard. Fold the paper onto the cardboard and this is the back of our pad.
Using the same paper, you’ll need a piece that is 8 x 7″ or the same height as your legal pad and 2″ wider, if yours is a different size than mine. (In the video, I used the cardboard as the measurement for other size legal pads and said it’s 1″ wider and the same height and that’s correct). Score it on the 7″ length score at 1/2″, 1 1/2″ and 2″. Then take a pen and center it on the 8″ length on the second score line (sorry I said third on the video)..fold the paper under at the second score ( 1 1/2″) and make a mark where the inside of the top of the clip of the pen will go, and near the bottom of the clip make another mark, and then cut both marks to the next score (at 2″) line but NOT over that score. Make sure to erase the marks when you’re done cutting. I put tear tape on the back of the cut out for the pen and added a strip of Tyvek (from a used postal envelope) to that spot so when you pull the pen in and out, the pen holder won’t tear.
Put tear tape before the 1/2″ score and fold that piece of paper under so there’s a finished edge on the left side. Fold the second score the 1 1/2″ score, as a valley and the third score, the 2″, as a mountain. Add tear tape to the left side of the paper starting where you folded over the first score, to the second score line, it should be about an 1″, but don’t put any where your pen cut out is. Take a small piece of the same paper the same size as the opening for the pen (sorry I didn’t give measurements as it will depend on the size of your pen opening) and put tear tape on the back of it and lay it with the tear tape facing down under the opening for the pen, so when your pad is finished, you won’t see white cardboard under the pen. (Note, this is optional.)
Then lining up the left side of your paper on the left side of the cardboard, lay the pad in place at the top of the right side of your holder.
Take a piece of the same paper that is 11 x 1 1/2″ tall and wrap it around the cardboard of your legal pad centering it. Put tear tape on the pieces that are on the back of the cardboard and then lay it inside the cover so the legal pad is closest to the left fold of the paper . This allows you to reuse the folder after this legal pad is used.
To decorate the front of the cover, I used paper from Joann’s, Park Lane’s Watercolor Florals link: https://tinyurl.com/yzypuf4z. It is 1/4″ narrower and 1/4″ shorter than your legal pad, mine is 4 3/4″ x 7 3/4″ I used Bearly Art Glue to adhere the decorated paper. If you have a direction to your pattern, on the 7 3/4″ length, the pattern needs to face up.
To make a pocket, use the same green paper (non-decorated paper,) that is 4 x 6″ score at 1/2″, 5 1/2″ on the 6″ side and turn it and score at 1/2″ and you’ll fold and burnish these scores, and cut out the bottom corners (there should be small boxes that you’ll cut out.) Put decorated paper that is 4 3/4″ x 3 1/4″ on the front of the pocket.. put tear tape on the backs of the scored areas and adhere it to the inside left side of the cover.
I added a strip of decorated paper that is 7 3/4 x 1/4″ to the left side where the pen is. After I was done on the video, I added a butterfly and some purple Tonic Nuvo Drops to the centers of the flowers.
These are the scissors I find most useful in day to day crafting.
Tonic Studios TITANIUM FINE CONTROL CRAFTERS SNIP / SCISSORS 4″ Link on Ebay: https://tinyurl.com/yv6r29rs I use these scissors for fussy cutting and so far they work well. I like the small finger guides at the bottom to give more stability while I’m cutting. I haven’t had these for a long time, so don’t know how well they will hold up, but for now, I like them a lot.
Stampin Up Snips: For some reason, I couldn’t get their website to upload…go to stampinup.com and in the search bar, type snips. If you can’t get their site to work, you could go to ebay and find them there When I’m fussy cutting, these thin blades do an excellent job and I’ve had these scissors for several years and they still work great. The alternative to these would be EK Success Cutterbee scissors. They are supposed to be the same scissors, only marketed by a different company.
EK Success Cutterbee Scissors.…I guess these are no longer sold at retailers, but I did find them on Ebay..here’s the link to them. https://tinyurl.com/92zs6vnt These are supposed to be the same as the Stampin Up snips, and should work the same, and for less money.
Tim Holtz Tonic 5″ Scissors link: https://tinyurl.com/5xj29z3w I use these for cutting red rubber stamps, for cardboard and twine, and they work great. I like the small size, as I find they are lightweight and easy to hold.
Tim Holtz 6 1/2″ Scissors (they made these scissors a little smaller than mine) link: https://tinyurl.com/ck38nas7 These are a little bit sturdier than the 5″ snips and I use them for the same jobs as the 5″ ones. If you are new to crafts, I recommend you buy either the Stampin’ Up snips or the EK Success Cutterbee scissors and one of the Tim Holtz Tonic scissors, as these two scissors should cover all of your scissor needs.
If you are new to crafts, I recommend you buy either the Stampin’ Up snips or the EK Success Cutterbee scissors and one of the Tim Holtz Tonic scissors, as these two scissors should cover all of your scissor needs.
You’ll need something to decorate the ends of the handles. I used a 1 1/4″ circle punch and a 1 3/4″ scallop circle punch, punched four circles in gold cardstock and four scallop circles in the same purple cardstock as I made the bag out of and glued them together to form what looks like four flowers.
You’ll need two sheets of plain colored cardstock 9 1/2 x 12″ scored on the 12″ length (on both pieces) score at 3 1/2″ bottom and on the 9 1/2″ length (as far away from the 3 1/2″ score as you can) at 1 1/2″ and 8″ You’ll put the paper into your paper trimmer with the 1 1/2″ mark in the top of your trimmer in the cut line and line of the left edge of your paper on the score line you made near the bottom, and cut on the angle, then do the same on the 8″ mark.
Two pieces of patterned cardstock for the sides that are 4 1/2 x 6″ on the 6″ length, score at 5″, and on the 4 1/2″ length, (with the first score near the bottom) score at 1/2″, 4″ and then score at 2 1/4″ only down to the 5″ score that’s near the bottom
One piece of patterned cardstock to decorate the front of the bag that is 8 1/4 x 9 1/4″ If you have more than two pieces of 12 x 12 in a certain pattern, you could cover the front and the back of your bag, but sadly, I only had two pieces so could not. On the 9 1/4″ length, make a mark at 1 1/2″ and 7 3/4″ then using your paper trimmer, put the 1 1/2″ mark in the cut line of your trimmer and then the bottom left corner of your paper in the cut line, then cut so you have the angled edge, then do the same with the 7 3/4″ mark.
Two solid cardstock that are 1″ x 12″ for the handles, scoring from 1 1/2″ to 10 1/2″ on the 1″ length, score at 1/2″…so you shouldn’t have any scoring near both ends.
For the closure: solid color cardstock– 3 1/2″ x 3″ on the 3 1/2″ length, score at 2 3/4″ and one piece of patterned paper that is 2 1/2″ x 2 3/4″. Fold under the score, and using a corner rounder, round the bottom two corners on both papers. I use a Kadomaru Pro corner rounder that I found on Amazon and love it. Glue the two papers together with wet glue, and I’m using Bearly Art Glue.
You’ll need to fold and burnish all of your score lines.
The two side pieces you will fold under all of your scores except the center one that can be pushed in or out, it’s up to you.
Cut the bottom small boxes out and then angle the cuts on the sides so it will fold under easily.
Your large purple paper that will make the front and back of the bag….one of them, you’ll need to cut a very slight angle to the bottom section that is scored. This is the piece you’ll glue to the bag after the two sides are adhered. Take one of the purple pieces and one side piece….put tear tape or wet glue on the bottom and side folds of the patterned side piece. The bottom flap will attach to one side of the scored section of the large purple paper and then attach the side of the side piece to the side of the purple paper, and do the same with the second side, then take the other purple paper(with slightly angled bottom) and put glue under the scored area and slide it onto the other purple bottom piece, then glue the side pieces onto it. Next adhere the patterned paper that is used to decorate the front.
The 12 x 1″ strips make the handles…you’ll put glue in the center maybe from 3″ to 9″ leaving the ends without adhesive, then fold the score and after it’s dry, if you use wet adhesive, use a round object and holding the end of this strip over the round object, pull tightly toward you to create a curved look.
Glue the “flower” you made with with circle and scallop circle punches to the ends of the handles, then glue about 1″ from the ends to the end and attach to the purse. Then take a piece of velcro and attach it to the closure about 3/4″ from the bottom and centered (the bottom is the furthest away from the score line). Put glue above the score line and adhere to the back of the bag with the score line right above the edge of the bag, then pinch the front and back of the bag closed, making sure they perfectly line up, and then close the flap making sure the velcro adheres firmly to the front of the bag. Then open the bag gently and rub the velcro to make sure it stays glued in place.
We drove from our home in N/W Pennsylvania, to Utica, NY, and then to Quechee Gorge, Vermont. It’s pronounced q-wetch-ee gorge, and I never did say it correctly, but listening to other YouTubers, neither did they…so I’m not alone in mispronouncing it.
We went to Vermont because it’s one of the only states left that we haven’t visited…We still have North and South Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Alaska, but we’ll finish, as it’s the only thing on our bucket list. We’ll do Alaska on a cruise, but not sure the best way to see the last four states. If you have any ideas on the best way to accomplish this, please let me know, saundralparker @yahoo.com
The gorge is lovely, but is hard to video as it’s behind a chain link fence. and has only a few small openings to video through. The waterfall is near the bottom of the screen and I’ll be sure to add some of Rich’s photos to facebook so you can see a better view of it. I loved their wooded area, but sadly, no wildlife for the entire trip. We left Quechee for Woodstock, VT, where they have so many lovely old Colonial style homes and several covered bridges. We stayed in White River Junction, VT for three nights, then onto York Beach Maine, where we’ve visited many times before. We met a viewer, Terrie, and her significant other, Vince, near Nubble Light House and had a great time getting to know each other in person.
The weather in York Beach was not good….but the last day we were able to visit their Wild Kingdom, which wasn’t too wild. There were very few “wild animals” there, but we did get to feed some goats, deer and otters, and there’s nothing better than feeding animals, for us.
We stayed on Long Sands beach for the first three nights, then onto the Union Bluff Hotel on Short Sands Beach. We wanted to stay there for our entire stay, but I booked the trip at the last minute, and since it’s high season, they had rooms, but we would have to change rooms every night, and that didn’t sound like fun. So we stayed at the GrandView Inn for the first three nights then onto the Union Bluff. I gave viewers a tour of the hotel room and the view of downtown York Beach and all of our favorite stops in town, including Sandy’s Purple Palace and their arcade, where we fell in love, many years ago, with the Addams Family Pinball machine, which precipitated us buying our own machine. I’ll link the video where I show it in the tour of our basement. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HS_8caKQOqU
The first card I made used both the fence die and the child praying under the trees dies. I took a black card base cut to 8 1/2″ wide by 5 1/2″ tall scored on the 8 1/2″ length at 4 1/4″ to make an A2 sized card. I cut the child praying under the trees out of the center of the front of the card base and then cut a blue piece of cardstock to 5 1/4″ x 4″ and glued it behind the circle I cut, then added foam tape under the child praying under the tree so it’s got some dimension. I had a hello die that I cut out of one scrap of white and cut two more hello’s out of the same blue as the piece I glued behind the child die cut. I glued the three hello’s together so the white shows a little to create more interest, then glued hello to the top near the left side. I used Bearly art glue to glue it in place and glued the fence that I cut out of white scraps…I cut two fences and glued them together. I didn’t add foam tape behind it and it still worked well.
The second card I made uses the lemon glass frame. I made a multi colored straw by cutting out an orange and a yellow straw and then cutting the straws where there’s a line on the straw, every other section, I glued the orange piece over the yellow straw. I used a white card base from Recollections Heavyweight cardstock from Michaels, 5 1/2′ tall by 8 1/2″ wide, scored on the 8 1/2″ length at 4 1/4″ and fold it in half. I added a piece of glittery orange cardstock cut to 5 1/4″ x 4″ and glued it to the front, then cut the jar out of orange cardstock and cut the lemons and oranges out of yellows and oranges, then added white circle punches that are 5/8″ for small lemons/oranges, and 1″ circle punches for the larger lemons/oranges and glued the white to the backs to create the look of a real orange/lemon. I added clear glitter to the front so they look juicy. I added tear tape to the back of the jar, then glued acetate to it and trimmed off any acetate you can see from the front, then added foam tape behind the acetate and then laid the bottom of the jar to the card front and then wet glued the oranges and lemons inside the jar. I also glued the straw through the opening on the jar after I slid it into the jar. I had a sentiment, Hello sunshine” from an old stamp set that I glued to the straw that made it look like a flag.
The third card I made, was done using the nautilus shells that they call foldable flowers, and are actually shells. I used a brown to cut the outline and a tan color for the background. I tore a piece of patterned paper that looked like sand and glued it to the bottom half of the front of an A2 sized pearl blue card base. I used the same patterned paper to stamp the sentiment on and glued it to the top right side of the card base. I added a piece of blue paper to the inside of the card so I have something I can write on. The fourth card I used an A2 sized Recollections Heavyweight white card base that I added a white pearlized cardstock that I ran through a Brutus Monroe called Petal Lace, link: https://www.brutusmonroe.com/products/embossing-folder-petal-lace?_pos=1&_sid=ccafbc6a6&_ss=r and glued a piece of screen I got at a garage sale near the left side running it from top to bottom, and then took the dragonfly and butterflies that I die cut from black cardstock, and backed them with white cardstock, then trimmed it so you don’t see the white outside of the black outline and put them on foam squares and glued them on an angle to the screen. I added a sentiment on a white scrap “have a happy day” on foam squares to the top right of the card front.
How to make a die cut different colors: Run the die out of a pink color and then again with a green color. Cut the green piece so you snip off the blossoms and then glue the leaves over the pink leaves. I used alcohol markers from Arteza and colored the images in darker pinks and greens and then added clear rhinestones to the flower centers. I hope this gave you some good ideas for how to use dies, and thank the nice people at Inlovearts.com for sending me their dies.
Tombow Mono Adhesive–this glue stays sticky after it’s dry, so you can put this glue on a project, let it dry and then adhere something to it. This is the glue of choice for the Stampin’ Up ladies, and it does a great job…but, you don’t get a lot in the bottle. The tip doesn’t clog and there are two tip options for people who prefer using the bigger tip. My friend Sherry made me a glue holder, by taking a votive cup from the Dollar Tree and adding a large dollop of hot glue in the bottom and then placing the cap of this glue into the hot glue before it set. You can use either this glue or the Tombow Mono Aqua Adhesive in her glue holder because their lids, although two different colors, are exactly the same size. Link: https://www.joann.com/tombow-mono-multi-liquid-glue/1835644.html
Tombow Mono Aqua Adhesive–this is the sister to the Mono Adhesive, but it doesn’t stays sticky after it’s dry. I prefer this to the Mono, as it’s a bigger bottle. It dries clear and works well and the fine tip applicator doesn’t clog (because it’s not an ultra fine tip.) There are two tip options for people who prefer using the bigger tip. Link: https://www.joann.com/tombow-169-oz-mono-aqua-liquid-glue/1835636.html
Beacon’s 3 in 1 Glue– For 3D projects, it adds stability, and makes projects sturdy, more hard. It does have a very distinctive smell and I recommend you have good ventilation when you use it. Sam Calcott from Mixed Up Craft recommends Colall Glue that’s very similar to Beacon. link: https://www.joann.com/3in1-8-oz-bottle/11725231.html