Happy Monday Stampers,
I hope everyone had a safe and peaceful week end. In Wisconsin it was opening day for gun deer hunting on Saturday. My oldest grandson, Mason hunted for the first time with his dad, my son. I was a little nervous but he had taken all the right courses and his dad has been hunting for quite a while. Still there is always that mother’s/grandmother’s fear. I guess I was a helicopter mom when my kids were growing up. You know the kind that hovers over them. They had fun though in spite of me and now that they are all grown I’m hearing things I’m glad I didn’t know back then.
I had a stamp camp on Saturday with my regular group of ladies. As usual we had a ball. This group is the best therapy ever. Todays share is one of the cards we made on Saturday. It starts with a vase card of Real Red CS followed by a layer of DSP from the Candy Cane Lane series. I had pre-cut the delicate ornaments with the thinlits with the same name from Whisper White CS. They were adhered with a sponge and Multipurpose glue. A tip I learned from Connie Stewart. A small strip of DSP from the Candy Cane Lane DSP series was added under the greeting which was stamped in Real Red ink with an image from the Thoughtful Banners stamp set. The banner was punched using the Duet Banner punch. It took very little time to assemble this so I’m thinking multiples would be easy for your Christmas Cards. Check it out and thanks again for giving me a few minutes of your busy day.