Thursday, November 28, 2013


I'm going to keep this one short - first of all it's Thanksgiving so I hope you are spending your day with family and have a HUGE meal planned.  I see lots of cooking in my near future - in fact it's already begun and the bird is in the oven!    I've been without telephone or internet service - today is day 3 - and no I don't have a smart phone so I think I will begin haunting McDonalds for their free wi fi soon.  Apparently the "server is down" in my area.   So I am a bit late posting for the CASE Study Challenge this week.

This month our muse is Keisha Campbell from A Bit East Coast!   Here's the inspiration photo.  Wow!  Can I tell you again - I adored just about everything about this - except for the neutral colors.   I can't help it!  You wouldn't know that from visiting my house - lots of neutral colors there - but my paper creations are like flowers - full of color.   I switched up the theme to Christmas making the die cuts ornaments, and the tag a poinsettia.  Inside the die cuts are little images of Santa, poinsettias and even a nutcracker! I hope you find some time after all your black Friday shopping tomorrow to unwind and play!
Thanks for stopping by - fingers crossed I'll be back in action soon.  I look so funny with my lap top, remote hard drive loaded with pictures and my spiral notebooks with all my "ingredient" lists!  Have a great day!
Supplies used:  Finished Size 4.5 x 6.25"
Stamps:  Waltzingmouse Nutcracker Sweet, Twas the Night Before Christmas, 2011 Holiday Ornaments, Big Bloom Poinsettia
Pattern Paper:  October Afternoon Holiday Style 8x8"
Card Stock:  PTI Vintage Cream, SU Gumball Green, Pretty In Pink, Pink Pirouette
Dies: Spellbinder Nested Lacy Pennants, Poppystamps Blooming Poinsettia, Lovely Tendril
Ribbon:  SIlver 3/8 Decorative Trim Hobby Lobby
Gem:  Jolees Boutique
Embossing Folder: Lifestyle Crafts Linear
Border Punch EK Success Double Embossed Dotted Lace


Wida said...

saw this on FB, I had to come over and say that I love it so much. When you do red, it just makes me swoon!!! Happy Thanksgiving my friend!

Deborah Frings said...

I love your take on Keisha's card! The rich red and soft pink is just lovely and I adore all those images behind the tiny die cut ornaments!

Have a fab Thanksgiving and I do hope you get your connection back soon!

Tracey McNeely said...

Absolutely stunning!

Kim Heggins said...

Not sure how I missed this card but it was worth waiting for. The colors are bright and beautiful. I love all the sweet little scenes behind the background paper, just perfect.

~Tammy~ said...

I love the pinks and reds and I love your approach to the case card! Love those WMS stamps!!!!! Hugs my friend!

~amy~ said...

This is so the red/pink combo!