Let’s try this again, shall we? Sorry I was not around to fix this today. Hopefully for my wonderful email readers, by re-posting, it will mail again in the morning. Technology, love to hate it. :)
On a side note, I got to meet Stephanie in real life yesterday. So wonderful! We have “known” each other online for years. It was a thrill!!!
Photos from Etsy
I think the pennant trend not a news flash to anyone. :) What’s not to love? I kept these ones simple and had fun adding tinsel trim. I would love to use large pennant shapes and create holiday banners to decorate my house. Maybe to hang on the mantel…so many ideas, so little time! :)
I sincerely hope you have enjoyed the 12 Trendy Days of Christmas! It was so much fun to play with my supplies, read your comments, and look at your beautiful projects!! A huge thank you to my friends who played along! Your projects were amazing and you are all so inspiring!!
With the craziness of the holidays approaching and myself being in the midst of creating large amounts of art for CHA (which is next month already), I am going to be taking a little break for a while. I will pop in here and there, but the posts will be scheduled.(who am I kidding, I will post in like a day, I can’t help myself, but I am going to try to pause :))
Thank you all for another wonderful year on my blog! I enjoy reading your comments, reading your emails and helping out when I can! Have a wonderful and blessed holiday season! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
sending you all hugs and thanks for always stopping by!
Supplies: Stamps-Hero Arts (Get Merry), Patterned paper-Basic Grey (Jovial), Chipboard-Maya Road, Tinsel-My Mind’s Eye, Ink-Ranger (Distressing-Vintage Photo)
In case you missed any of the days:
- Day One: Mercury Glass with a video tutorial
- Day Two: Folk Art
- Day Three: Felt
- Day Four: Bling
- Day Five: Damask
- Day Six: Non-traditional Colors
- Day Seven: Burlap
- Day Eight: Heirloom Ornaments
- Day Nine: Music
- Day Ten: Doilies
- Day Eleven: Trims
If you are curious about why I was so busy yesterday, I was filming my first television appearance, well, it was live. It was for the local news here in Cedar Rapids. I was representing All About Pictures, the local scrapbooking store I teach classes at. The segment about about handmade Christmas gifts. Check it out for all the wonderful projects that all the fabulous and talented teachers created. http://www.kcrg.com/news/local/Around-the-House-Homemade-for-the-Holidays-111677389.html