Sunday, November 4, 2012

Sassy Chic Holiday Extravaganza

This year's Sassy Chic Holiday Extravaganza was a huge success.  A wonderful time was had by all - campers and demos alike.  The gals made 12 projects and this was the one they made at my table:

This is a total CASE of a card by the wonderfully talented Dawn Olchefske and you can see her card HERE.  I am so inspired by her blog.  She has wonderful cards and fantastic videos.  Definitely worth checking out!

I'll have a slide show of some of the other projects for you soon.   We had a really fantastic time.

I'd like to say thanks too to all of you for your kind words and lovely cards on the death of my father.  He was someone very special to me and it was a great comfort to hear from so many of you with your healing thoughts and prayers.  Thank you so much!

I also note that I have finally reached over 200 followers!!!  WooHoo!  Maybe it's time for a little celebration?  Things have been so crazy in my life lately with health issues and the loss of my dad - it's time to celebrate all the good things!  Watch for some blog candy coming soon.  I have another Monday freebie for you tomorrow as well and hope to continue that tradition through the end of the year and hopefully beyond.  I really enjoy creating these and am learning a lot in the process.

Thanks for visiting!


If you have any questions about the techniques or materials used in the work displayed on this blog, feel free to use the email link on the left and I will gladly answer your questions.


Jill said...

Chris I am so sorry to hear about your father. I am sure that you have some wonderful memories of him treasured in your heart.

Glad to hear that you have still been out and about making cards!

Take care
Jill x

Myrna said...

I love these little mittens. They are so cute.

LeAnne said...

This is super cute...the hat & mittens are adorable!

Anne-Marie said...

I have stamps that are similar to these, Chris, so will definitely be stealin'.....ahem.....borrowing your design...ha!
So sorry about your Dad, sweetie. x

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