Here is a quick thanksgiving card. Only two stamps! Also please ignore the smudge! I was impatient. 🤦🏻♀️ Really need to allow time for drying on the dull gloss! But I still love the look of the ink on it. 😊
Cutting Die: CDE247
The card above, we only used one stamp because the background paper was really busy and didn’t want to overwhelm the card.
Stamps: D321 Happy Holidays
This card, we used two stamps. C309 Happy Holidays Long and the ornament. But there are two sizes for this ornament. Small is B215 and we are working to get the larger size back on the website! It is an older stamp and didn’t make the transfer. 🤪
Good Evening. My family has started to arrive! Hoping our daughter gets through the snow tomorrow and makes it. Our son brought Grandma and Grandpa today so the bedrooms are filling up!
Made a place card – hoping to do some more tomorrow and maybe post a video of the instructions! We will see how the day goes.
Happy Thanksgiving! Hope you all have fun plans for tomorrow! Here in Yuma, AZ we will have Thanksgiving Potluck with a bunch of people.
Today I’m really excited because Kevin is ripping up the carpet in the bedroom of the fifth wheel and replacing it. They put in the cheapest stuff they can find in RV’s and it doesn’t hold up to frequent use 😩
Have a great Thanksgiving!
Good Morning! I hope your weekend was good 🙂 It is so nice to be home and having supper with my sister and her family! We also had lunch with friends yesterday and so it has been nice to be home.
We are excited for Thanksgiving this year since it looks like both of our kids will be home and my parents will come. So looking forward to Thanksgiving!
This week we will feature some of our thanksgiving stamps. Stamps Used Today: E247 KB’s Tom Turkey, B272 Eat Pie!, F214 Every Thought Thanksgiving
Here is a special post for those who were at the Rockford show today and didn’t have a camera to capture some of the card samples in the booth. Thank you to all who came! If you missed today there is still tomorrow. The show is open from 10am to 3pm at the Clock Tower.