Happy Thursday Everyone!
Bianca did pretty well yesterday with her extraction....she has to go back in 2 weeks though for the other side! Poor baby. She's not hurting too much but she's taking it easy. These removals should help her permanent teeth come in nice & straight....we hope!!
Onto my post.....these are for a Christmas Card Swap that I'm in. We were required to use something new so my new item is the fabulous dotted grosgrain ribbon! I loved it when I saw it in the book so actually using it was a toughy......I didn't order any new stamps or DSP so I HAD to use it LOL! My layout is pretty basic but I like it & hopefully the other swappers will enjoy these as well.
I need to try & finish up some mini books that I'm working on so I better get to it! Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great rest of the day!
Snow Swirled ss; Garden Green, Real Red & Whisper White cs; Garden Green & Real Red ink; Flock Together DSP; Wide Oval, Scallop Oval, Small Star & Scallop Edge Punches; Real Red Dotted Grosgrain Ribbon; Gold Brads & White Gel Pen
SO pretty! I need to try a swap one day! Glad Bianca is doing well! Ouch is all I can say!ReplyDelete
Very cute cards! I really like the colors you used.ReplyDelete
What great cards for your swap! Love the grosgrain ribbon & the layered scallops :)ReplyDelete
Jackie these are beautiful cards! Your design and colors are awesome. Plus you used one of my favorite Christmas trees from SU!ReplyDelete
Thanks for leaving such a lovely comment! Sure hope you can play this week's TT. D&K have some great blog candy, plus an adorable free digi angel to use for the challenge and future use.
glad to hear Bianca is doing great. she's a trooper!ReplyDelete
fabulous card and you're right, that ribbon is beautiful! especially on this card!
oh such lovely christmas in july! thanks jackie... i needed that!ReplyDelete
these cards are lovely
Oh you go girl!! You've been so dang busy!! I love how you've made them in sets!! I really need to think about doing this every time I make A Christmas card!! :) TFS!ReplyDelete
Oh, Jackie, I love this!ReplyDelete
Jackie, great cards. Love that new ribbon. I have a stamp class on Sunday so I'll be ordering some new stuff then. Can't wait to order the IC.ReplyDelete
Hope the little one feels better soon! LOVE your cards!ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards, Jackie! The ribbon was a great touch! Blessings to you and yours!ReplyDelete
Great Christmas cards... reminds me that I need to get going on more of those!! TFS!ReplyDelete
Stunning! They will love it!ReplyDelete
Lovely cards, Jackie, so different :o)ReplyDelete
Great Christmas cards! Thanks for the inspiration (:ReplyDelete
Great Christmas cards, I love that ribbon and the stars.....so cute!!!ReplyDelete
cute cards. I've been contemplating this stamp set. It's so pretty. I love the ribbon - it's very yummy! I can see why you had a hard time making yourself use it. I too hoard my favorite supplies. :)ReplyDelete
Oooh, that ribbon is the perfect touch! I love this set...used it on my cards in '08.ReplyDelete
Such wonderful Christmas cards, Jackie! Love the stars on the side.ReplyDelete
GORGEOUS!!!!!!!! Wow - that tree stamp is terrific!! Great cards for a swap :)ReplyDelete
WOW! These are pretty! Every year I try to get my Christmas cards done early...and every year it's the first week of December and I'm trying to figure out what to make! You've inspired me to get on the ball already!ReplyDelete
okay, I've got to add this ribbon to my order. Nice job.ReplyDelete
great swap cards Jackie!ReplyDelete
These are really pretty, Jackie!ReplyDelete
Good to hear Bianca did well with her extraction. My daughter had to have some teeth pulled a couple months ago...I think it was worse for me than for her!ReplyDelete
Love these cards. I can see why you didn't want to use the ribbon...but you can get more, right??
These are fantastic...I am sure they will love them!!ReplyDelete
I love that tree!!ReplyDelete
wonderful Christmas cards.ReplyDelete
M.E. aka CMCMaryD@SCS
These are really pretty Jackie! I love the colors and ribbon!ReplyDelete