Tuesday, July 13, 2010


Thanks to everyone who took the time to stop by yesterday!!  I really enjoyed my first Blog Hop!
Didn't the Creative Cuts & More DT do a great job with their projects?  Good stuff.  I'm not sure when the winner of the Christmas Card Kit will be announced, but be sure to check in at the Diecut Diva blog!

I have a winner for the Making Memories Tinsel 8x8 Paper Pack!

Drum roll, please...

Ms Jenn!

Email me your particulars Jenn, and I will get this out to you by the end of the week!

I thought I would share my third project with a card from Creative Cuts & More!  Keeping with the Christmas in July theme from our Blog Hop yesterday, here it is:

(updated version)

You can find this lovely card here.  Check out the gallery for some more wonderful ideas for this card!

Happy Tuesday, friends!


  1. Beautiful! Love the tinsel around the window!

  2. What a pretty card Jan! Congrats Jenn!

  3. What an adorable card -- the tinsel adds great detail to the card.

  4. Oh, I like the addition of patterned paper!

  5. oh that is so sweet and inventive with the mess.

  6. Gorgeous- love the focus of the angels on the cross. Beautiful Tinsel! TFS!

  7. Jan, I loved your banner that you made in the last post. I have been looking for the background paper that has The Night Before Christmas printing on it and I can't find it. Could you please tell me what company produced it. I hope that isn't too much trouble. Loved your banner. My email is debbie@bernhisel.net. Thanks, Debbie

  8. Yay! I'm so excited to be a winner. Thank you so very much Jan! I can't wait to get my goodies! I just sent you an email.

    Hugs - Jen

  9. Hey Jan - just wanted to say thanks so much for your vote!! I really appreciate it.
    and...love, love, love this Victorian card!

  10. Thanks for your kind comments on my Jillibean Soup LO! I love that little scallop edging too!

    Your card is so pretty! Love the Victorian feel of it!

  11. Love the vintage look you've achieved with this image. Beautiful and timeless!


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