Saturday, December 14, 2019

Christmas Greetings

Hello & Happy Saturday!

Another rainy dreary day here.
It kinda goes along with how I have been feeling.
Been dealing with a Urinary Tract Infection the last 2 days. 
Antibiotics have been started and drinking lots of water.
Yesterday I sat with my heating pad on to help soothe it and in between I sat at the kitchen table and worked on that Christmas puzzle. I stayed up till after midnight last nite to finish it up!
I have one more Christmas puzzle I might pull out later today. 
Here is a picture of it. It was a bit of a toughie since the outside edge are not square or rectangle shaped. 

I picked this puzzle up at Goodwill last week thinking it would be an easy one since it was only 300 pieces. Even Shawn tried helping and walked away.

So today I have another Christmas card to share with you that the stamp girls made last Saturday!
Hard to believe it's been a week already!

This one is so pretty with all those pops of Copper Foil Paper throughout the DSP and the Copper ornament. We used the Stamperatus for all the stamping on this card which made it SO much easier!

Card Details:

Stamps: Greatest Part of Christmas (hostess)
Ink: Pretty Peacock
Cardstock: Pretty Peacock, Very Vanilla, Copper Foil Paper, Brightly Gleaming Specialty DSP
Accessories: Gleaming Ornaments Punch Pack, Stylish Scrolls EF, Brightly Gleaming Copper Elements, Very Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon (retired), Stampartus, Glue Dots, Dimensionals, Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue

We all enjoyed making this one and it went rather fast with the Stamparatus doing most of the work!

My thoughts today...

Thanks for stopping by & enjoy your day!


LeAnne said...

Oh no, I hope you feel better soon! Not a fun thing to have! I love your puzzle, I have been itching to start one myself! Your card is pretty...easy peasy with those beautiful papers and that big sentiment! Love it! Feel better!

Carol L said...

Love those cards with the embossed copper ornaments and beautiful papers. I just love the big, bold sentiment too! What a fun puzzle, and I'm sure it was not easy without a square frame to get started! I need to dig my puzzles out and work on them again - I miss doing puzzles :)