Wednesday, November 11, 2009


I feel like I have been going non-stop since the beginning of last month. Here it is November already and I don't even remember October it went so fast. Next thing I know it will be Thanksgiving! Yikes.

I struggled with my swap this month, but finally came up with this one. I saw THIS CARD on The Diva Stamper's blog and completely cased it but changed the colors. I love the simple and clean look of it.

I did two make & take projects this month and was inspired by THIS CARD for the first one. I really wanted to use the Champagne Mist like Andrea did on hers, but I left mine at one of my workshops last weekend and have not retrieved it yet. I plan to revisit this card though when I get it back.

I was inspired by THIS CARD for my second project. This was so much fun. I totally love playing with punches!

Well, better get some shut eye so I can be bright eyed and bushy tailed for tomorrow's meeting! I hope to have a slideshow of all the swaps sometime tomorrow!

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Lilacanglia said...

Fantastic cards,
Adore the deer one,

Juanita said...

Love them all!
That first one is just amazing. I really like the colors you changed to, I think it is a nicer look than the original.

The Rubber Maid said...

Great cards all of them but I guess my favorite is the first one. Oh heck...I love them all. Pat

Shelley L. MacKenzie said...

Those are all awesome cards! I think the first one looks really elegant.

I've given you an award on my photography blog, Shutterbug ( Hope you'll stop by and get it!

Allison Rankin said...

Oh wow loves 'em all (esp. since you used reds and greens but in a more muted palette!). The deer, the punchy Santa and the poinsettia make me wanna stop blurfing and start creating!

Diane said...

Oh so lovely!!!!

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