Not really but today I spent time taking down the Halloween decorations in my studio and started with the Christmas, I skipped right over Thanksgiving…I know that's bad, but I just want to be able to get decorated and leave it for a while. I was so late doing the Halloween that it seems like it was up and down pretty quick.
I have my second round of Simply Scored Scoring Tool Class tomorrow, so I thought I better get it done. It is not all done, I still have to dig out stuff for the red shelf, but it looks not too bad. While I was going through my past swaps I pulled out a bunch of my favorite Christmas ones and figured I would share them with you. They are either Founder's Circle or GoDiva swaps.
I loved this one and it uses the Peekaboo Frames Die, and that gorgeous Hello Doily stamp. I think everyone should own that one. Do you?
This gorgeous card was made by the very talented Carol Snow. Thanks Carol!
Paper: Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, Crumb Cake
Ink: White Craft, Cherry Cobbler
Misc: Curly Label punch, Peekaboo Frames die, Top Note, Snow Burst embossing folder, gold brads, Cherry Cobbler quilted ribbon, Cherry Cobbler/White bakers twine
Jeff and I watched the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie tonight, I don't know if that is the last one they are going to film or not. I can't even remember if we saw the one before it.
So I was looking around on the internet and Jimmy Kimmel had parents telling their kids that they ate all their candy and videoing it, and these two boys were my favorite of all the clips he showed on the show. I found the original the Mum posted and these two are hilarious, and such well mannered boys even when they got mad the Mum said settle down and they did…I loved when the little brother added wrong and the big brother corrected him so nice. I hope they get to go on the show or something…of course I don't watch the show and would miss it, but still they are just too cute.
Well I better hit the hay, I have a bit of a headache coming so I wanna get to sleep before it gets here.
Have a blessed Sunday and thanks for stopping in.