Welcome to Week 2 of Sparkle Creations Rubber Stamps Challenge #72! We appreciate you taking the time to join our challenge and look forward to seeing your creations each week. You have until Sunday, 2/12/12 @ 9 PM PST to play along with the current challenge. You can use your favorite team colors or anything related to football. Check out the SCRS blog to see the rest of the DT's creations.
Our challenge is open to all players. Each week a random winner will be chosen, and this week's winner will receive Valentine Oliver. In order to qualify for a prize, you must use a Sparkle Creations image on your creation. Most importantly, have fun! We can't wait to see your creations!
Alright...I wasn't really into the Superbowl this year...though I did watch Madonna and found out that tickets for her show in Seattle go on sale next Monday!! I'm kindof crazy...but I think I'm gonna try to get tickets. Anyhoo- back to my card, lol. I had to show some Seattle spirit, so I used my Seahawks colors. We've only made it to the Superbowl once, but I still love my home team. Though, living in Denver for a short time, has made a Broncos fan, lol.
Yikes...I'm so late with this! But it's good for me to take a look and try to get back on track with everything!
- Assistant Manager Workshop
- Vault Teller Training - Canadian
- Technical Writing Class
Get new wholesale accounts
- Add third stamp line to the store
- Sales goal for each month -
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
- More efficient in costs
- Teach card classes
The aprons were such a hit. Steph got asked a ton of questions about them and we even got asked to be photographed a few times. Thanks again Shaela for making these!!
- Take Yoga classes
- More efficient in costs -
January,February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
- Project Life
- Utilize my iPhone
- Visit my mom's grave
I didn't really make a spending goal until this month, but I'm hoping not to spend more than $150 a month on food, personal care items, and household items. So far I have spend about $60. I was able to get a ton of deordorant and razors for Brent for cheap, so that's where most of it has gone to so far.
I just purchased a basket of fruit and vegetables from a co-op Bountiful Baskets. For Brent and I, this will be a ton of food, but for $16.50, it just can't be beat. I would spend way more shopping at Safeway, so I'm excited to see how it goes for us. You don't get to pick what you get and it changes every week - though you don't have to buy every week - but I'm excited to try new and different things. We love fruit and veggies, so this shouldn't be too bad for us.
Well, I'll be back later with our first February preview! Hope you're all having a great hump day!