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Thanks for visiting my blog. As the title suggests, I love to scrapbook, stamp, and sing! I will share cards and scrapbook pages I create, as well as information about my music - Barbershop harmony.

Friday, December 8, 2023

Celeste Snowflake bonanza

Hi all - I'm here with a quick post since, as one friend (who shall remain nameless) put it - I'm in "panic making mode". I started addressing and mailing out my stash of Christmas cards made this year, beginning with those going the furthest distances. Got the overseas ones out before Thanksgiving; I was so proud. As I continued addressing, the pile dwindled alarmingly so I counted. Discovered I needed 25 more cards - yikes!! That started the panic mode so on Wednesday I made 7 cards of a similar design, starting with this one:

Supplies: Paper - Hero Arts Dove A2 card;
Park Lane pink; Recollections silver glitter; Neenah White
Dies - Taylored Expressions Sweater Weather coverplate (retired);
Memory Box Celeste Snowflake (retired, 
but still available HERE at Frantic Stamper)
Other - Taylored Expressions sentiment strip; foam tape

I took advantage of some Black Friday sales both online and locally. My Birch Press Design order arrived earlier this week and Dave popped in some retired MB products, including the snowflake, as a gift. Christmas came early -yay - and, of course, I had to use the die right away! I cut the outline from white and the snowflake from glitter paper. Layered & added it to a cover plate diecut sitting on the table, then adhered to an A2 card. Popped a sentiment strip in the center with foam tape. Very quick and easy! The coverplate is a fiddly one with all the bits to poke out but this had been done weeks ago so I just grabbed and used.

Next I cut a variety of stitched rectangles & snowflakes, then used various sentiments from my stash or die cut to match (as in JOY from Kat Scrappiness & some sweet sentiments from Colorado Craft Company). Most of the patterned papers were from Sunny Studio or Authentique.

I'm linking up to the December Christmas Kickstart Challenge (If It's Christmassy - Link it Up!) and Darnell's December NBUS Challenge since my Celeste Snowflake is newly used.

Sorry if I haven't visited your blog lately - I'll have to play catch up soon! Thanks for stopping by & hope you have a crafty day! I'm off to make more Christmas cards - see you when I come up for air!!

Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Guest Designing at Day of the Month Card Club!

Hi all - I'm excited to be the Guest Designer for the December Day of the Month Card Club Challenge #58 where the team is celebrating Day of the Snow Globe! My fairy card was declared winner for Challenge #56 affording me the guest slot this month - yay!!

Here's my card:

Supplies: Paper - Park Lane A2 card; Paper Studio Holiday;
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White; Tim Holtz kraft metallic;
Lawn Fawn Petite Spiffier Speckles; Hero Arts white glitter cardstock
Moda Scrap Forever Green; acetate
Dies - Lawn Fawn Build-a-Snow Globe;
Stamps with dies - Lawn Fawn Seasons Tweetings (Stamptember 2020)
Other - sentiment from an old Simon Says Stamp kit;
shaker mix from an old Hero Arts kit; Copic Markers

First I made the snow globe shaker:
  • Die cut the back layer once from white & once from acetate
  • Die cut the top layer 8 times from white
  • Die cut the globe portion of the top once from lavender Spiffier Speckles & twice from white glitter cardstock; use the interior portion that otherwise would be scrap
  • Die cut the base portion of the top once from dark red; trim to fit & die cut snowflake detail into it
  • Die cut the base trim from gold metallic
  • Die cut shaker elements from white
  • Using the snowbank die, trim the white glitter pieces to form hills
  • Adhere one front piece to one back piece, then inlay the sky and hills into the globe portion
  • Die cut trees (large and small) & trucks twice and cardinal once; Assemble & add to scene.
  • Stamp, cut and color the caroling birdie & add to scene
  • Stamp and fussy cut fa-la-la banner and glue to trees
  • Adhere acetate base piece behind one top piece, then adhere a second top piece behind it to make an acetate sandwich
  • Glue the other top pieces into a stack and adhere to the white base piece that already has a top piece with the scene inlaid
  • Add shaker mix to the open globe section & adhere the acetate sandwich on top
  • Glue the dark red base piece & the gold trim onto the base
Next I die cut a stitched rectangle from white Spiffier Speckles paper & covered the bottom with a piece cut from the Moda Scrap paper. Glued this to the A2 card and added the snow globe and a fussy cut sentiment - done! My card is very similar to cards you can find, along with Kelly Marie's great video tutorial, on the Lawn Fawn product page linked above.

Due to the thickness of the snow globe, this card would be better hand-delivered or on a package. The shaker gems I used have some dimension - I would've been smart to add another top piece to my shaker stack. You can see some gems stuck sideways in there; couldn't get them unstuck for the life of me - oh well...

Many thanks to Rosi, Gundi & Izzy for inviting me to guest design this month!! Despite having many snow globe stamp and die sets, I bought the Lawn Fawn Build-A-Snow Globe set just for the occasion (as if I needed an excuse).

Thanks for stopping and I hope you'll check out the December Day of the Month Card Club Challenge #58!! We'd love to see your snow globe projects!!

Saturday, December 2, 2023

November 2023 Card Chain Reveal

Hello everyone! Are you ready for December holidays?? I'm not - too busy with our chorus winter show today (3pm at the Masonic Heritage Center in Bloomington if you're in the Twin Cities USA)!

But first, it's time to reveal cards that went 'round the world for the November Card Chain Challenge! Thirty-two people participated and you can see the full reveal HERE. My card went to dear Michaela (Bastelmichaela's Kreative Unikate) in Austria.

Supplies: Paper - Hero Arts Pitch Black;
Spellbinders A2 card; Lawn Fawn Petite Perfectly Plaid;
Recollections Purple Passion 4.5x7" 
Stamps - Divinity Designs Mini Tag Sentiments
Dies - A Jillian Vance Design Stitched Dot Rectangle Backdrop;
Kat Scrappiness A2 Stitched Strips;
My Favorite Things Blueprints 21 (retired)
Other - Hero Arts Grape Juice Ink & Sparkle lacquer;
Black Soot Distress ink; Recollections gems; foam tape

We had the following options for creating our cards:

Color Palette Option

Sketch Option

Theme Options: Winter / Indian / Friendship

Product / Technique Options: Scraps / Quilling

I used the colors, sketch, & themes of Indian & friendship. It wasn't specified what kind of Indian so I went with Native American Indian, using a new dreamcatcher die set. I had loads of black scraps so was able to use that technique option too. If you haven't tried Hero Arts premium pitch black cardstock, it's yummy!!

Just die cut all the elements, stamped a mini sentiment and assembled. The dream catcher feathers have foam tape behind and all feathers have some sparkle lacquer. I added some gems to the bead area of the dangles. Done!

I received this card from Dagmara [(P)otworki] in Poland. I sent to her in October and was delighted to have her reciprocate with this beauty! I just love the image and her gorgeous coloring of it!!

Interested in joining the Card Chain? So simple to make and send one card, then you receive one card - so fun!! Go HERE for details & to sign up for the December Card Chain by 12/6/23.

Thanks for stopping & happy crafting!!

Thursday, November 30, 2023

More Holiday Cards with Kat Scrappiness!

Last day of November - yikes! You only have until 9pm PST today to enter our Die Cut Divas All About the Holidays Challenge - hope you can join in! I'm part of the end-of-month Diva team providing some last minute inspiration. 

Maybe you're ahead of the game and will share a Valentine or an Easter card but I have a Christmas card using a new-to-me frame die by our wonderful November sponsor Kat Scrappiness (KS). 

Supplies: Paper - Park Lane gold card; Recollections pastel glitter cardstock;
scrap of marbled vellum & ivory cardstock;
Tim Holtz Big Tidings; Birch Press Design Felicity Snowflakes
Other - foam tape; Paper Studio gold stud stickers;
Gold Hero Wax

Our random winner drawn from eligible November entries will receive a
KS prize package worth $100!  (US address only - sorry)

I die cut the KS snowflake frame from a pale pink glitter cardstock, then die cut the interior with a rectangle for an open center. Adhered the frame to a gold A2 card. Next I diecut the TH Noel - outline was cut from vellum and ivory (which I layered) & the word was cut from LF Speckles. I die cut the word twice and trimmed off the N and E, adding gold Hero wax to the edges. Once dry, I layered these letters onto the base word. Wanted the definition on just those two but wondered if I should've added gold to the other letters - oh well.... Next I die cut 3 mini snowflakes and added them to the O's center. Adhered the NOEL to the center of the frame using foam tape, then popped some gold dots to the center of each snowflake. The marbled vellum looks a bit odd in the photo but it's not as bad in real life...

I was able to pick up the TH Big Tidings set at my favorite local store during their Black Friday sale - woo hoo! I had tried to resist but my friend Lin (Sending Hugs) wore me down by sharing all sorts of beautiful creations using this set - see them HERE.

I'm adding this card to Darnell's November NBUS Challenge since my frame and word dies are new. I'll also share at the November Christmas Kickstart Challenge since I used non-traditional colors.

For my bonus, I made another Christmas card using the adorable KS Joy die. I substituted a snowflake for the O this time. Such a simple card, with just a few die cut elements - it would be easy for last minute cards.

Supplies: Paper - Spellbinders A2 card;
Paper Studio Bo-Ho-Ho & Holiday;
Hero Arts white glitter cardstock;
scrap of parchment
Birch Press Design Felicity Snowflakes
Other - foam tape

That's it for today. Thanks for visiting and I hope to see you in the November Diva gallery! Just be sure to link up by 9pm PST today & use a die cut or embossing folder in your design! No need to use Kat Scrappiness products but, if you have some, we'd love to see them.


Wednesday, November 22, 2023

Thanksgiving Birthday

Hey everyone - welcome! I'm sharing a birthday card with a Thanksgiving vibe today. A dear friend from my first job out of college was born on Thanksgiving. Of course, with the celebration date varying, it doesn't always fall on Thanksgiving. I still give Dixie's card a fall harvest theme wherever her bday lands:

Supplies: Paper - Hero Arts Antique Ivory A2 card;
Momenta Gemstones 8x8 pad;
various scraps for leaves, acorns & pumpkin
Dies - My Favorite Things Letterboard, Frame Builder
Stamps - Hero Arts Happy Thanksgiving (c2008 retired)
Other - HA Orange Two-tone spray; Copic markers, foam tape

I was excited to pick up the new MFT Letterboard set from their Sept 2023 release. Love, love, love it!! Thought it would make a perfect personalized card for a bday. Since those dies are newly used today, I'll add my card to Darnell's November NBUS Challenge.

Fun card to make - just die cut pieces and assemble. Also stamped, colored & fussy cut the HA pumpkin. The frame top layer was cut from the same paper as the letterboard but I stacked it with 3 cut from heavyweight kraft cardstock. So....my frame mitering isn't perfect but, hey, it's handmade! And aren't those little letters just the cutest?!

Thanks for visiting and I wish all my US friends celebrating tomorrow "Happy Thanksgiving"! We'll be too full of turkey and pumpkin pie to craft but happy crafting to the rest of you!!

Tuesday, November 21, 2023

Cards for a couple of holidays

Hi all - it's my turn to post at Die Cut Divas today! This month we're celebrating holidays - that would be ANY holiday! For full challenge details, go HERE.

Of course, I'm still trying to get this year's Christmas cards done so here's one featuring new-to-me dies by our wonderful November sponsor Kat Scrappiness (KS). They have donated a fabulous prize package to be awarded to our random winner from eligible (US address only - sorry) November entries.

Supplies: Paper - Pink & Main Jolly;
Paper Studio Holiday; vellum;
Tim Holtz Kraft Metallic
Other - Hero Arts Sparkle Lacquer; BG70 Copic

I covered an A2 card with a tree patterned paper from Pink & Main's Jolly 6x6 pad. Added a reverse scallop frame, then the layered tree, star and sentiment. Colored the snow edges with a Copic and added sparkle lacquer - done! Kat Scrappiness dies cut like butter and are a joy to work with! I'll probably make a few more of this design since it came together so quickly. The tree die set also contains a bunch of little bauble dies but I chose to leave them off this time.

For my bonus, I made my final Thanksgiving card for this year. I used a long time fave KS mini slim diamond wire frame. 

Supplies: Paper - Tim Holtz Classic Cardstock
Doodlebug Designs Swiss Dot Rainbow Petite Prints;
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White
Stamps - Hero Arts Thankful (c2010 retired) &
Thankful for You (c2012 retired)
Other - Copic Markers

I created a mini slim top fold card from TH cardstock, then added a die cut diamond wire frame (cut from another shade of TH cardstock) that I'd backed with dotted paper. Stamped four of the Thankful images on Neenah white, colored with Copics and fussy cut. Stamped the sentiment on a scrap of orange & fussy cut. Arranged the elements on the card and adhered with glue and foam tape - done!

That's it for today. Thanks for visiting and I hope to see you in the November Diva gallery by 9p PST on 11/30/23; just remember to use a die cut or embossing folder in your design - use of Kat Scrappiness isn't required.

Monday, November 13, 2023

Thanksgiving swag

Hi everyone - hope you had a great weekend! I started my Monday with some card making - still working on Thanksgiving cards! Thought I'd fit another one in at Just Us Girls Challenge #705 where they're doing a word prompt of Thanks or Thanksgiving. 

Supplies: Paper - Paper Studio A2 card;
foiled kraft paper from Target years ago; Neenah white
various scraps of green, orange, red & brown
Dies - Poppy Stamps Fanciful Fall Leaves;
Stamps with Dies - Hero Arts Holiday Season Messages Bundle
and Thankful (c2010 retired)
Other - foam tape; Copic Markers

I had die cut a bunch of leaves for yesterday's card and had a leftover oval from cutting a brown frame for dimension. Decided to use the oval atop a stitched rectangle of foiled leaves and create a swag below the sentiment, this time using a pumpkin.

And here's a twofer - a portrait orientation of yesterday's card:

Supplies: Paper - Neenah White; Tim Holtz cardstock;
Paper Studio A2 card
various scraps of green, orange, red & brown
Dies - Poppy Stamps Harvest Oval Frame &
Stamps with Dies - Hero Arts Autumn Bounty Stamp & Cut
(retired but I saw one left HERE at Frantic Stamper)
Other - Altenew enamel dots; foam tape; Copic Markers;
Hero Arts sprays - orange & red

This one was a bit simplier since I started with a darker cardstock and just used two sprays. I also gave the frame no dimension; yesterday's card was stacked with 3 diecuts. Left this nice and flat for mailing.

Thanks for stopping by & have a crafty day!

Sunday, November 12, 2023

Leafy Thanksgiving

Happy Sunday - hope you're enjoying the weekend! I'm way behind on making Thanksgiving cards (hadn't started yet). Then Just Us Girls announced Challenge #705 yesterday with a word prompt of Thanks or Thanksgiving. Yay - inspiration to get started & I came up with a card using a new-to-me Poppystamps frame. It's a fall 2022 release that I recently ordered at a deep discount from Poppystamps along with some new Christmas items. Here's my card:

Supplies: Paper - Hero Arts Antique Ivory;
various scraps of green, orange, red & brown
Dies - Poppy Stamps Harvest Oval Frame &
Stamps with Dies - Hero Arts Autumn Bounty Stamp & Cut
(retired but I saw one left HERE at Frantic Stamper)
Other - Park Lane gems; foam tape; Copic Markers;
Hero Arts sprays - orange, red & yellow

I die cut the frame in ivory then spritzed it with 3 different sprays. After drying it with a heat tool, I sponged Gathered Twigs DOI around the edges & around the center oval (which cuts with the frame) & the card base. Die cut leaves and acorns from scraps; stamped, die cut & colored corn. Stamped Thanksgiving on the oval and added a die cut happy. Arranged everything and adhered with glue or foam tape. A few gold gems - done!

I'll also add this card to Darnell's November NBUS Challenge since my frame (and leaves) got first play today.

Thanks for visiting & have a crafty day.

Friday, November 10, 2023

Java Merry Christmas

Hey all - I'm skating in with an entry to the 2023 Fall/Winter Coffee Lovers Blog Hop which ends today! Several cardmaking friends (including Julia with THIS CARD & others) inspired me to make the effort this afternoon. Here's my card - not that excited about it but I got one done...

Supplies: Paper - Neenah Classic Crest Solar White;
Sunny Studio Joyful Holiday
Stamps with Dies - Pink and Main Christmas Mugs (retired)
Dies - A Jillian Vance Design Stitched Dot Rectangle Backdrop Set
Other - Copic Markers; Hero Arts clear and sparkle lacquer

Simple card - stamp, cut and color cups; stamp a sentiment strip. The sentiment stamp comes with the mug set. Cover an A2 card with dot paper and add a stitched rectangle. Assemble and done.

My card also works at the current Day of the Month Card Club where they're celebrating National Candy Day! The cups to the left sport toppings of peppermints and a candy cane - yum!

Thanks Amy for another fun hop and to Gundi, Rosi & Izzy for a yummy challenge! Finally, thanks to you for stopping by!

Happy crafting, coffee drinking & candy eating!!

Thursday, November 9, 2023

Spacy Christmas

Hey everyone - it's been a while! Today I made a card for the November Christmas Kickstart Challenge. Jo and Elves from The Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers are doing an unusual Christmas theme using a meme with my favorite Star Trek character, Mr. Spock. My sisters love to call me Spock when I get too logical - LOL. I do adore that series and its many spin-offs so I created a Christmas decorating session in space. Here's my take on "It's Christmas, Jim, but not as we know it!"

Supplies: Paper - Neenah Classic Crest Solar White;
Hero Arts Pitch Black
Stamps - Hero Arts Sparkle Borders (c2015, retired);
Holly Berries Stamp & Cut XL (parts of sentiment)
Stamps with dies - Dec2022 My Monthly Hero Kit (sold out)
Dies - A Jillian Vance Design Stitched Dot Rectangle Backdrop Set
Other - Hero Arts clear & sparkle lacquer and
Paper Studio star gems; Copic Markers; Black Soot DI

Here's a photo from the Hero Arts site of the 12/2022 MMH kit contents - such a fun one & a great value! I have made a few other cards with this kit (see them HERE and HERE if you're interested) but never a Christmas card! It was fun!!

I started with a panel of Neenah white and sprayed it with the 2-tone metallic spray. Then I ink blended Black Soot over any white left showing - looks like a galaxy, doesn't it?! Die cut with a stitched rectangle and added to an A2 card. Stamped and diecut the ladder & girl images, then colored with Copics. Added sparkle lacquer to the clouds and star.

Stamped and fussy cut the string of lights, then colored with Copics and added clear lacquer. Note, the string of lights stamp is a straight line but, being a flexible clear stamp, I curved it on the MISTI before stamping. Stamped and white embossed a mix of sentiment pieces, including one from the kit. Assembled all the elements and added some star gems - done!

I hope you enjoyed my spacy Christmas card! Perfect for my brother who has the entire Hallmark ornament series which plays the Star Trek "Mirror, Mirror" episode dialogue (a fave episode for both of us). If you love Star Trek, what is your favorite episode (original or any spin-off). I would be hard pressed to pick a single favorite but "Yesterday's Enterprise" (from TNG) ranks high on my list.

Thanks to Jo and Elves for a fun challenge & to you for visiting!! Have a crafty evening!!

Thursday, November 2, 2023

October 2023 Card Chain Reveal!

Yikes - November already! Time to finalize those Christmas cards - but first, we're revealing cards that went 'round the world for the October Card Chain Challenge! Thirty-four people participated and you can see the full reveal HERE. My card went to Dagmara [(P)otworki] in Poland; she joined us starting in July & we're delighted to have her in the group! 

Supplies: Paper - Hero Arts Granite & Arctic;
Authentique & BoBunny (both pads retired)
Neenah Classic Crest Solar White
Stamps - Hero Arts From the Vault Home Scene (sentiment)
Stamps with Dies - Hero Arts Northern Lights Polar Bears Bundle;
My Favorite Things Playful Penguins (dies HERE)
Dies - A Jillian Vance Design Stitched Dot Rectangle Backdrop;
Other - Copic Markers (a few Ws, R20, & B0000);
Memento Tuxedo Black ink

We had the following options for creating our cards:

Color Palette Option

Sketch Option

Theme Options: Bears / Balloons / Friendship

Product / Technique Options: Something Fluffy / Spotlight Stamping

I used the colors, sketch, & theme of bears, plus friendship on the inside. Just simple stamping & die cutting with some Copic shading but such a fun card to put together! I used a new Hero Arts set that will be part of the upcoming Hero Arts Holiday Stamp-Along. I had it in my mind to have the polar bears sitting on an ice floe - I just knew I had such a stamp somewhere in the stash. Didn't search long before I found one in the MFT box - yay!! Besides the friendship message on the inside of the card, I also stamped some of the Northern Lights from the polar bear set.

I received this gorgeous card from Viv (Viv's Visuals) in the UK. I just love the delicate lace & the spotlight on the stack of cups - stunning!!  Thanks Viv & for the beautiful cup die cuts & lace too!!

Interested in joining the Card Chain? You simply make and send one card, then receive one card - easy! Go HERE for details to sign up for the November Card Chain by 11/6/23.

Thanks for stopping & happy crafting!!

Tuesday, October 31, 2023

Star Flowers Birthday and a Bonus!

Hi friends - Happy Halloween!! It's the last day for our October Die Cut Diva Challenge and I'm part of the end-of-month team post. Our sponsor Birch Press Design has such wonderful layered die sets and we had such fun with them! Thanks to BPD for providing a $20 gift card to their store for our random winner!

Here's my card for today:

Supplies: Paper - Park Lane A2 card;
My Mind's Eye On the Bright Side;
Hero Arts Arctic; scraps of yellow and green
Stamps - My Favorite Things Itty Bitty Basics
Dies - Birch Press Design Star Flowers Contour Layers,
Other - sparkle gold gel pen; foam tape

This summer my favorite local craft store had a sale on BPD, Poppystamps & Memory Box so I bought some of each! This is my first time playing with the Star Flowers and the stems from the Delicate Floral Buds set - so cheery! Thought I'd use them  on a bday card for my cousin Debi. Just die cut and assemble - easy peesy! Since I was just using the birthday word from the set, I stamped a bitty HAPPY on a scrap and adhered it to the b. I added some gold glitter gel to the flower centers - done!

Now for a bonus using a single star flower and a stem. Keeping it clean and simple, I adhered the flower, a "ground" diecut using MFT and another BPD layered sentiment Handwritten Just a Note and Outline.

If you'd like to see another design using the Star Flowers, check out this beauty by teamie Dawn (Dawn's World). I loved her clusters of the flowers in opposite corners! Since my Star Flowers are getting first play, I'll add card one to Darnell's October NBUS Challenge.

That's it for today - hope to see you in the October Diva gallery by 9p PST today! Have fun trick-or-treating!!

Monday, October 30, 2023

Joy Cup and Cozy Cup!

I'm baaaack! As promised I'm sharing a holiday to-go cup card for the current Just Us Girls Challenge where they're doing clean and simple (CAS) with a center focal point. 

Supplies: Paper - Neenah Classic Crest Solar White;
scrap of red (Bazzill, I think)
Stamps with Dies - Hero Arts Coffee Cup Tags (retired)
Dies - Kat Scrappiness Joy Shadow Sentiment
Other - Mark Richards Nailheads (berries);
Paper Studio Christmas Mini Epoxy Sticker (on O);
Copic Marker BG0000

When I made yesterday's card for JUGS, I considered using the Hero Arts holiday to-go cup set. Instead I went with one of their mittens set first but couldn't resist going back to the to-go cup idea. I stamped & die cut both cups from the set - one with whipped cream and one with a lid. The whipped cream drink is a Frappuccino - I like the Vanilla bean one with added Java Chips from Starbucks! Die cut the sentiment with shadow and assembled, adding a poinsettia sticker to the O. Stamped & die cut the holly and used red nailhead stickers for the berries. Arranged the cup on a top-fold A2 card made with Neenah, popping up the sentiment with foam tape - done.

Hero Arts released the to-go cup stamp set in 2015 and I just had to have it, along with the coordinating dies. I'm embarrassed to confess that today's card was its first use - shame on me!! I remember reading someplace recently that you should always lift the stamps from the acetate when you first get them. Sooooo true!! I had to be extra careful peeling these neglected stamps from their packaging!! Luckily they survived intact.

I'll also add this card to Darnell's October NBUS Challenge & to the current Stay Crafty with a Blog Named Hero where they're doing Holiday cards.

Next, a twofer - I finished the other cup card, adding a doily behind it (cut from the Elizabeth Craft Small Doilies set). I did the sentiment on the cup cozy for this lidded cup, figuring it's a hot drink. The sentiment was embellished with a couple more enamel stickers from Hobby Lobby.

Yay - two more cards for the Christmas stash! I'll be back tomorrow with the end-of-the-month Die Cut Divas so I hope you'll return. Our October Challenge ends tomorrow at 9pm Pacific Time - we're doing layered die cuts this month with Birch Press Design as our sponsor. Hope to see you there!

Thanks for visiting & have a crafty day!!