Monday, May 31, 2010

MIA

Sorry I've been missing in action. I've been as busy as I can be for the past month. This is just a quick note to let you all know that I'm still alive and doing well. We took a trip one week this past month. We all know what that means... playing catch up. I need a vacation from my vacation : ) I hope you are all doing great! I am certainly looking forward to a nice warm summer. Here's a few of my shapes for release this week. I have a couple of new boxes and a few really cute gate fold cards. I hope you all like them. Have a fabulous week!

8 comments:

luvmysilhouette said...

Absolutely Great cards Lori,
So Glad you are back. I was very concerned something was wrong you have not been that long since I have been following you without blogging...But I certainly understand not enough time in a day. So Are You going to start a facebook like Samantha And Rivka?
Your Biggest Fan Terri~~~

Sue said...

They're great Lori and I am sure I shall be using them soon :)

Sue
x

lorilynn said...

Thank you so much! So, do you think I should start a facebook page? I have a personal one of course. I just have not started a professional one. Do you like interacting with the artists that way? I think it's a great idea. I just wonder if I'd be good at keeping it up and if anyone would look at it. Thoughts?

luvmysilhouette said...

Well OF course everybody would look at it... I love to see the sneak peeks you artist give us...
Have a Great Rest of the Week Lori...
Your Biggest Fan Terri~~~

Sharon Kay said...

Hi I am curious how large the box is that has the window in it. Is it large enough to hold a 4x4" tile coaster that is about 1/2" thick?

lorilynn said...

Sharon,that box is 4.2"x4.2" square. The depth starts at .75" at the bottom and tapers to .36" at the top. It sounds like your tile will fit perfectly.

Kelly said...

I just LOVE your boxes! I have seen them on the Silhouette Studio online store but once I get the template what kind of paper do I need to get to make them?

lorilynn said...

Kelly, You just cut them out of cardstock. You can use plain or patterned cardstock. Typically you will find this at a scrapbook store or craft store. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Lori