Good morning, y’all – back at it in California! Hope your week is fixin’ to be good!
If you joined me last night for my Facebook Live video – which was a bit all over the place! – I appreciate it! I shared a few of the new 2018 Holiday goodies that we got on the cruise last week. If you didn’t watch – and want to – here’s the link to it on YouTube!
I didn’t make a card on the video – but did give a little sneak peek of the one I have for you today. It uses a new stamp set Bundle in the Holiday Catalog (available to customers on 5 Sept – or to demonstrators on Wednesday!) called Making Christmas Bright. It’s got a great photopolymer stamp set and matching Bulb Builder Punch. And I also used a new die set called the Merry Christmas Thinlits. Take a look-see:
Mornin’, y’all! When this posts – we’ll be waking up for the last time aboard the Explorer! 🙁 It’s been so much fun – and I can’t believe it’s almost over! Yesterday was Victoria, B.C. and the Butchart Gardens. Beautiful!
But – I wanted to share Skagway with you – it was so wildly beautiful – and we got to see a tiny sliver of The Yukon, too!
Upon arrival, it was instantly obvious that Skagway itself is tiny – and, in fact, we learned that its only industry is tourism. And that’s about a 5 month season.
Happy Thursday, y’all – and welcome to another Happy Inkin’ Thursday Blog Hop!! Today’s a color challenge, and I hope you’ll check out everyone’s projects when you’re done here!
I decided to use the color palette from the Best Route DSP – it just seemed like the right thing to do! Take a look-see and you’ll also find the soon-to-be-available Blended Seasons and bundled Stitched Labels Framelits and a little dab of Dandelion Wishes!
Mornin’, y’all! Well – I hope you’ve enjoyed the pictures from the cruise and our SU adventures the last couple of days!
I’m back with a card today – and this one uses the pretty Bokeh Dots background and the Dandelion Wishes stamp sets. And I added a simple sentiment from the soon-to-be-available Blended Seasons stamp set. Take a look-see: