Saturday, October 4, 2008

WCD and a giveaway!

Today is World Cardmaking Day! So how did you spend your day? I spent the morning cleaning the house. Then my daughter and I went out to lunch for some "girl time", ran to get some hay and cornstalks for the yard, then came back and worked on a few cards to show the girls at our stamp club tomorrow. I wanted to show off the new Winter Post stamp set and Ski Slope DS papers in the new Holiday Mini Catalog. Love, love, LOVE them both!

So here's a few simple ones that I came up with:


Notice Rudolph's red nose ;-)


It's hard to tell in the photo of the next one, but the sentiment (from the All Holidays set) is embossed in red
















This one came straight from the mini catalog. I just love the look of these tags using the new Top Note Sizzix die for SU

In honor of WCD I'm giving away some handmade goodies...maybe something I've shown here, maybe not, maybe a little of both! Leave a comment and I'll pick a winner at random (U.S. only, sorry!). That means those of you that lurk but never say hi are going to have to come out of hiding!! lol I'll give you til Monday night and I'll pick a winner Tuesday morning :)

I'm off to put up all my fall stuff before my daughter explodes with excitement!!

7 comments:

Carol said...

Girl, if there's one thing I love, it's a giveaway!! Awesome cards! Can't wait for tomorrow's class.

Cheryl said...

Wish I were closer, could come to your classes. But cards are great inspiration!! Thanks for sharing.

Cheryl

mom to munchkinz said...

I totally miss going to your stamp stuff! :( Have fun without me!

Anonymous said...

Love love love everything you do! Thank you for the stamp club, I'm having a great time. Cute bag! Love ya, Kellie

Susan said...

Michelle - I had fun today. We have a great bunch of ladies in this group and I look forward to the next few months of classes/meetings. And - I loved the bag we made today.
Hope to see you soon.
Susan

Kelli said...

Michelle - I always check your blog for neat ideas to make. So my comment is to keep up the good work. If only the army hadn't moved me to Louisiana I could join all your fun groups and see the goodies in person.

Virginia said...

I love all your fabulous creations! I am not a very "good" stamper, so I like seeing all the different ways you stamped and the different inks you used. I tend just just do black ink and forget the other colors! Hee hee

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