All I can say is "Football. Football. Football and more Football." I feel like I haven't made a card in-like forever. Don't get me wrong. I love the fact my son is enjoying his first season of organized football. He's watching less television and not playing too many video games and having fun in the process. He's trimmed down a bit and exercising all at the same time. That's the part I'm lov'in. I miss not being able to craft as much. When I have time to get to the craft table, I feel too tired to even lift the paper, so I gaze at the papers instead. With all that being said, football practice was cancelled do to inclement weather. (YIPPE!!!). I got home before dark. I couldn't believe it. I went directly to my craft table. Okay, may not directly, but it didn't take me too long to get to the table. I wanted to begin working on my Christmas cards. I recently purchased some beautiful papers from the BoBunny Line that I just fell in love with from the moment I saw the DP.
I don't know about you, but during the Christmas season I send approximately 70-80 holiday cards. It's the one time of year I try to contact everyone to let them know, 'Although we may have not talked to one another as often as I would have liked to, you're always in my thoughts.' So, I try to send a nice card I can reproduce fairly easy. Without further ado, this is what I came up with for this year's holiday greeting card to send to my friends and family.
About the card...
As I mentioned the DP is from the BoBunny line; the tree stamp is a stamp from Hero Arts and the wording is from Inkadinkaddo collections. I embellished the tree with a few purple rhinestones and purple, green and white ribbon.
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