Hey everyone, the November issue of Create is ready for you to devour!
My Christmas layout is on page 201, my retro layout of me and Jeff in 1976 is on page 231, and this issue also introduces the 2015 Design Team! That starts on page 145, with my intro and favorite layout on page 181. Wow!! So honored to be part of this fabulous creation!
Now that Halloween is over, it's legit for me to post a Christmas card!! This is the one I made for my daughter serving a mission in Monterrey, Mexico. I have to mail it this week or she won't get it in time! All products are from Stampin' Up!, except for the faux snow, which I discovered at Angela's Happy Stamper (it won't flake off once it's dry!!).
Hello! I am so excited to announce that my cards are now being sold at Tiffany's Nail Salon, located at 5643 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA 22207 (703) 532-0974. I'm giving you the phone number in case you want to make an appointment (though they do accept walk-ins), because they treat you right there and do an awesome job on your nails!!
Here is a pretty easy card to make for Halloween. Just love Stampin' Up!'s Decorate Dots embossing folder that you see used in the background here. Hope this helps inspire you to do a little creating for Halloween!
Hi! Here is another card I made for my missionary daughter, serving in Mexico. The English translation is "Life doesn't have to be perfect to be wonderful" - something I need to remind myself every day!
After many years of hearing "you should sell your cards", I have finally decided to do it! I'm starting with a selection of Christmas and Birthday cards, plus one Halloween card only available in October. I've created new tabs at the top of my blog where you can find pictures of the cards and all the information you need to order. I hope you will share the news of my endeavor with your friends and family. Thank you so much for your support!!
This card is an entry to the Pearls and Diamonds / September Stash challenge at 52 Christmas Card Throwdown. It's not too hard to make and is nice and glittery! All the products I used are from Stampin' Up!
Well, according to the retail industry it's not! Besides, when making cards, it's never too early to start! So here is a card I made for my daughter who is serving a mission for our church in Mexico. Down there, they have "Day of the Dead" instead of Halloween. Either way!
The background papers are some scraps I had but everything else is from Stampin' Up!