September 29, 2015

A Little More Christmas for Fall

Can you believe another month is coming to a close? I sure can’t. It still seems as though the snow has just left us and here we are preparing for more. I personally find it mind blowing. I do love fall and I adore Christmas but I could really do without winter. Hubby has been working hard over the last several weeks to get our wood in to keep us warm. He’s such a good guy. He makes sure Tucky and I are warm and toasty all winter long. Unfortunately, burning wood is messy and I don’t like messy. I run around behind him with the vacuum cleaner quite often but, I do like being warm so I try not to complain too much (wink).
Now, on to the card! I cased this one direct from the holiday catalog. I hope you like it. Please share with me your thoughts, and if you would like to see something in particular, please let me know.



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September 20, 2015

Getting Ready for Christmas

Well I've begun to work on my Christmas cards. Stampin' Up! has some fantastic Christmas sets in this years holiday catalog. So many to chose from, you can chose between adorable and just plain beautiful. Today's card that I'm going to share with you is in the beautiful category. What do you think?

If you would like to make this card, please visit my on-line store to pick up your supplies. The supplies used on this card are below.
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September 7, 2015

Don't Miss Out on the New Goodies!

Hey there, the one finger wonder here...yes, I'm still typing with one finger. The lovely pink brace has made my finger so big that I hit 2-3 keys at a time; hence, typing with one finger...yuk! Anyway, I wanted to let you know that the new holiday catalog went live on 9/1 and it is awesome!!!! I have to say, Stampin' Up! out did themselves on this one! I love everything in this catalog and I mean EVERYTHING!!! Take a look at this sample I put together. What do you think?

I added a battery operated tea light behind the flame to create a flickering effect. This card was a lot of fun to make and I combined a few stamp sets and framelits to create it.
Thanks for looking and have a great day!
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