Hello, everyone. I don't normally share much personal information on my blog but I wanted to let you know that we said good-bye to our beloved Kiwi yesterday. It has been sad these past 4 weeks as his health worsened, and we have shed many tears.
Rest in peace, my precious Kiwi. You will be forever in our hearts.
|Sept.20, 2004 - Nov.10, 2020|
|Image from McPhillips Animal Hospital|
Hello, everyone! Lately I've been enjoying all things retro, and I fell in love with this cute reindeer image that I received during the Gecko Galz Annual Blog Hop last week called Pretty Pink Christmas. I decided to make a shaker card! I've been inspired by Gecko Galz White Christmas Challenge as well as Beccy's Place - A Month of Holiday Cards, where I've jumped ahead to the letter "R" for retro and reindeer.
I die-cut a rectangle (Whimsy Stamps) from an embossed panel (Die'sire Embossalicious Let it Snow) and adhered acetate to the reverse side to create the shaker. I adhered foam tape to the back of the panel, added some clear sequins in various shapes and sizes, and then adhered the adorable reindeer. I finished off the card with a stamped sentiment (SugarPea Designs) in pink and three irridescent snowflake sequins.
Hi, everybody! Today I'm joining a new Progressive Challenge at Imagine That Digistamp! I received this cute image, along with papers and sentiment, for free when I signed up. If you'd like to join and get this set for free, you can still sign up this month.Marleen's Stocking. I opted for the precoloured version and fussy-cut so I could pop her up on foam tape. I adhered her to a snowflake-embossed scrap and layered the digital papers according to the sketch shown below. I added Star Dust Stickles to her cap and Xmas Red Stickles to the berries on the paper. I finished the card by stamping a tiny sentiment (Merry and Bright) at the bottom left and adhering a large green snowflake sequin.
Hello, everyone! One of the events I look forward to each year has begun! It's Beccy's Place - A Month of Holiday Cards! This is Beccy's 8th year for the festivities, and it's always a lot of fun! I'm not sure how many cards I will be able to make this year, but I am aiming for a couple a week. If you would like some inspiration to make your holiday cards, then you will want to check out Beccy's daily posts.