Sunday, November 22, 2009


I haven't posted in over a week now and I found myself saying everyday that I would post that night and every night I went to bed thinking another day has gone by and I haven't posted again! But my week has been filled with a dear friend who was admitted to the hospital which meant I went between work and the hospital and then did what I had to at home. I thought of a lot of other things I didn't get done either but as I finally sit down to write this tonight I have to say that I should and am thankful for what I did get done. I did get to have my card classes and I did go to work. There are a lot of people without jobs right now so I am happy I have one. My friend did get to go home from the hospital and it wasn't as serious as it could have been. My family is healthy and wonderful and I finally made this card!!!! I used the set Autumn Splendor and the DSP Autumn Meadows. Wish I had more time to use this set but I know after Thanksgiving it will be Christmas, Christmas, Christmas. Thanks for listening.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

A Christmas Gift

I have read of other stampers who hoard their paper and I'm just as guilty. I finally gave in to using this rich red fuzzy paper for my class this weekend.

Simplicity In A Tree

This is a card the 10-10-20 class will be making this weekend. After stamping for so many years simple doesn't always seem enough but I like the clean lines and simplicity of this card. Hope you like it too.

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Sunday, November 1, 2009

Christmas Gift Cards

These are two gift card holders I am making for a "One Stop Shopping "event next Saturday. The one on the left uses one of the Hostess sets called Christmas Punch and the other uses one of the cute snowmen in the Holiday Mini Hostess set. You can change his hat and add different accessories but I would strongly suggest using the Stamp-a-ma-jig if you do. Once you learn how to use it you will have had an "aha" moment. You will save yourself a lot of time and frustration not to mention paper and ink!

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