Daily Archives: December 28, 2009

Just Sayin Hi

Good morning! Just popping in to say…



I’m excited to have hubby home for the week so we’re busy trying to get things done around the house. We’re hoping for a little sleeping in too of course, some games with the kids and I hope to squeeze in another book or maybe even two! I’m a fast reader which can be a good or bad thing depending on how you look at it. It’s also been a very bizarre year here in Ontario for weather. We didn’t have a white Christmas where I am, much to our dismay. It’s finally starting to snow and we’re hoping for enough to take the boys tobogganing, build a snowman and all that fun winter stuff. They say that “little snow is big snow” so we’re hoping! If you’ve never heard that before…it seems that the small flakes of snow usually add up to a large amount or “big” snow while large fluffy flakes usually don’t add up to much in the long run at all! Today I’m itching to get back in my craft room but instead just finished cleaning a lot of the surfaces and putting it out the door. Hubby is planning on finishing trimming the window today but it involves a lot of dust and grinding however he needs to do it so creating it out. This will be a good thing though as it’s the last major thing to do in the craft room. After that it’s just finishing painting the trim for me and then I’ll probably be able to finally show it all off. After years of no space of my own…I’m just loving it. This of course, was my major Christmas gift this year and I’m thrilled.

A quick bit of news as well...if you’re looking for great end of the year sales, Ellen Hutson has a ONE day sale for Inventory Reduction so if you still have things on your wishlist, now is a great time to get them! Check out the details here.

This is just a quick card I was having fun with. A while ago, ok, quite a while ago, I ran a piece of Making Memories metal sheet through my Cuttlebug. I just love how it turned out but I kept hoarding it until I finally made it into this simple card.

Quick Tip: Simple cards are best to highlight a special technique.

Supply List: cardstock by Prism, ribbon and metal sheet by Making Memories, Cuttlebug and Embossing folder by Provocraft, rhinestone letters by Zva Creative

I hope you’re all enjoying your holidays! Have a creative day,