Merry Christmas Eve Everyone! I hope this post finds you all in good spirit and surrounded by all those that you love. I waited to post my "Wednesday Evening Post" until today because I wanted to post the last of my Christmas cards of the holiday and wanted to send you all holiday wishes.
So not a lot of gabbing on this post. Here are my cards:
Made with Artful Inkables tree stamp and Martha Stewart Cardinal punch.
Stamp is from the dollar stamp bin at Michael's. Sentiment is computer generated.
This is a Mo's digital image from Digital Pencil Too. Reminds me of Gunther. I can't color things that are supposed to be black! Does anyone have a tip for me?
This is my first easel card. Jay has a friend that loves cats, so he asked me to make her a Christmas card with a cat on it. This is the only cat image I have (Mo's digital). This easel has a surprise on it. . .take a look:
I hid the sentiment under the image.
That pile of peppermint candy gave me a fit! LOL
This is originally a birthday stamp, but a change of colors and presto! a Christmas card.
I love the look on the one startled bear's face. LOL
This is the Christmas card that I made for my Mom. I hope she likes it.
Well those are the cards. I'll be making a bunch more over the coming months for my inventory to sell next fall at the big craft fair. I have a feeling that I'm going to be really sick of Christmas cards by next Christmas!
I want to thank you all for being such wonderful blogging friends. I've received cards from several of you and they are just so special! I'll be highlighting them on my next post. Thank you so much for them, I treasure each of them!
I want to wish you all a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and the best that the new year has to offer. On the Christmas Eve night, I'm going to have some hot cocoa and sit here to visit each of your blogs to leave you each an individual message. So I'll see you later!
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT!
"God, please help me be the person that my dogs think I am."