Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Christmas Cards - Part 1

Good morning!  Can you believe there is only a week until Christmas?! Are you ready?  I'm happy to say that I am pretty much done - apart from a few gifts that still need to be wrapped.  It feels good to be done in advance.  However, I had an alterior motive to being done:)

Today I thought I'd share with you some of the handmade cards that I've received so far.
This first one is from Barb Stecyk, one of my downline.  I love how she used punches to create the Santa suit.

This beautiful card was from Christine Alward, a 2nd level team member.  I love the Mocha Morning dsp (which by the way WAS on the clearance rack - not sure if there is any left), and the untraditional colours on this card.
And this last one for today is from a former demonstrator and good friend - Colinda Sanchez.  Love the silver embossed tree and pearl accent on the ribbon.

Receiving a handmade card always puts a smile on my face.  All I need to see is that medium sized envelope in the mailbox and I know it is handmade.  I love checking the mail at this time of the year.

I still have several more cards to share with you and will do that over the next couple days. 

I've been playing with lots of new stuff but can't share all of it with you just yet - some of them are for swaps and I don't want to spoil it for the participants but I promise I will share some projects using new product later this week:)

Thanks for stopping by!

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