Sorry it has taken me a couple weeks, but, hey, it’s still November! Been busy with friends and getting ready for Christmas. Gallons of my Christmas Mix and pounds of fudge, oh my! I should be getting boxes ready to mail to family, but since I was already on my puter to work on Christmas card letters, before I get busy elsewhere, here goes.
Remember in my last post, I bragged on how it had finally cooled down! Ha! After a month of record-breaking heat, it has cooled down again, but only for a couple days. Thanksgiving weekend will be in the 80’s! Waaaaaa!
We had no themed exchange card for November, but we did have our Christmas tag swap and the eight who came, all brought twelve tags. Click on any pic to see details, then back to return. Here goes.
These first two tags of cute polar bears by Cheryl B remind me of the Coke ads of a while back.
Cheryl M made the Christmas tree with holly tag and Ella made the clear tag. Somehow, when I picked up my tags from the swap, two of these acetate tags stuck together and I ended up with two! Since my friend Misty was here from St. Louis, I gave her my extra, and one of mine. She loved seeing all the tags in real life.
Jeannie made this white embossed on dark blue snowman and I made the blue snowflake tag.
Pam made this evergreen branch with an ornament hanging from it and Pat R made the happy snowman.
Therese made these die cut reindeer cards.
Cheryl M had the November project and provided three different designs of her acetate card. She provided excellent written instructions and I made a copy for Misty to take back to St. Louis so she could make some, too. Great project, Cheryl M, thanks.
Pat R made one of these cute chocolate holders for each of us as a happy Fall favor. Yummy!
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