Saturday, November 30, 2013

Card Design: From the Heart Stamps November Challenge

Holy Lord love a duck I am cutting it close with this month's entry.  With just under nine hours to go, I'm definitely pushing it.  I'm not feeling the greatest today which certainly isn't helping the situation so on that note I better get on with it. 

It is time to post my card for the From the Heart Stamps progressive stamp of the month challenge.   In order to enter this challenge, you must either have received the latest image by having participated in the previous month or you can buy the stamp for the current month's challenge.  Everyone who enters and follows the rules is a winner because you automatically get the stamp for the next month's challenge.  Stop by the site and check out the rules for yourself.  While you are there, have a look around.  They have some really great images.  Below you will find the card I'm entering for the November challenge.

Here are my card and details, I hope I haven't forgotten anything... 

General Information:
  • I've gone pretty clean and simple for this one and created another one layer card.

Digital Images: 
  • The image on the front, Balloon Ride, is available for purchase over at From the Heart Stamps.  Click HERE or on the watermark below to go to its location in the store.
    • The image has been coloured with Copic markers.
  • Those awesome balloons at the bottom of the front are a precoloured image from Romiposer 11.  It has been awhile since I've worked with her products and I miss it.  She graciously allows me to create freebies as long as they are PUO only and the last ones I think I created were at Easter.  It was wonderful to use some of her creations in this card.
Digital Sentiments:
  • 'Happy, happy, happy' is from the set of FTHS that we received this month.  These sets are so great because you always get at least a sentiment or two that work with the image(s).

Digital Images:
  • Yup, I went balloon crazy in this one.  These balloons are from the same set that I used for the front of the card.  If you are unfamiliar with Romiposer 11's work, you should really check it out.
Digital Sentiments:
  • 'Celebrate in a Big Way' is also from the FTHS set.
  • The 'Happy Birthday To You' sentiment is from the ever generous Paulette of Create with TLC.  Click HERE to go to Paulette's blog and HERE to go to the store.

Paper Products:

  • Card base: Michael's Recollection's Cardstock, white.
Thanks for popping by everyone!

Until next time,

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Wonderful Wednesdays: Tantalizing Tags

Wonderful Wednesdays becomes Terrific Thursday this week.  Life is determined to dump heaps on me all at the same time, yet still expect I perform to current levels.  Life and I need to be having a difficult conversation with each other reeeeaaaal soon.

First off, before I go any further,  I hope that all of my American friends, followers and readers have had a splendidly fantabulous Thanksgiving Day.  By now the lot of you should be stuffed to the gills after overdosing on stuffing and pie, snoozing on the couch or possibly tucked in bed.  I was hoping that I could have created a special Thanksgiving creation for you all, just as an extra special freebie today, but as you can see I haven't even been able to pull off getting the final items of the November kit out until today.  And, on that note, before Terrific Thursday becomes a Fabulous Friday, I better get on with it!!!!!

Tonight, I am presenting some Tantalizing Tags for the final offerings in the November, As the Time Goes By kit, for this year.  I've offered them with the wording and without.  Check them out...

Each tag is in png format and is published at 300 dpi. Credit information for the templates used to create these tags, and for the layer styles, can be found in the credit note below.

I hope you like my final offerings for this month's kit and can find some use for them. If you have missed the previous ones, or if you are new to the site, you can go HERE, and HERE to grab the other items. To find items from previous kits look for Wonderful Wednesdays or look under the individual names of the month, i.e. January Kit in the label section. If you create a project using one of these images or any of the images I create, I'd love to see them and post them into the 'Your Gallery' portion of the blog.

Next month brings with it a whole new theme but you'll have to wait and see what I have planned!  However, I'm pretty sure you have some guesses...

Until next time,

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Credit Notes For This Creation:  © 2013, Lisa L. Décosse.  PUO.  However, you are allowed to use the tags on handmade projects that you intend to sell on a small scale basis provided credit is given.  You also need to include a credit note and a link to this blog should you use any of my images in your creations and post them on your blog.  Please be sure to familiarize yourself with my full terms of use found in the copyright tab at the top of this page.  I have included a quick summary below.
Additional Credits  

  • Shifty Chica font created by Ray Larabie
  • BlackJack font Created by Typadelic
  • Prism font created by someshinzz
  • Duality font created by Ray Larabie

All of these fonts are listed for commercial use and as such, it is my understanding, that I am within my rights to use these fonts in my creations and offer them to others. 

Layer Styles
All the tags were altered using layer styles from Shelby Kate Schmitz of 

All tags were created using templates from Marisa Lerin, a designer with Pixel Scrapper

If you are not sure how to copy the image, check out the download instructions page.   Please be sure to read the Angel policy found under the copyright info tab above for the full terms.  Below is a quick summary of those Terms of UseAlong with the Credit Note above...

  • Do not claim the image as your own.
  • Credit 'Decosse's Dynamite Doodles' or 'Lisa L. Décosse' somewhere on your creation
  • Credit and provide a link if you post a creation on your blog using any of my work in your creations.
  • Do not share my images with family, friends, etc.  Additionally, do not post any images to file sharing services like Box®, 4-Shared®, etc.  Instead, please direct people to my blog so they can grab the image for themselves.  If you would like to post a watermarked version of the image, please contact me to obtain one.
  • If I have signed an image, do not delete my signature.
  • Leave a comment on my blog.  It is currently the only way for me to know if any of my freebies are being nabbed.  Additionally, it will help to inspire me to continue to create and offer future freebies
Bonus: If you've actually made it to the end of this post I have a little bonus item for the November kit.  It is a date stamp in a brown shade that should complement other offerings in the November kit. 

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Wonderful Wednesdays...Deferred yet again!

I am sooooooooooooo sorry everyone.  Looks like Wonderful Wednesdays is going to be deferred AGAIN.   I have been at it for the last 12 hours and unfortunately just had so many other things that needed to be done today that I couldn't get to make anything for today's offerings.

It is now 10:00 pm and I still have to go downstairs and have some supper.  Good thing it is leftovers!!!

I'll try again tomorrow but is possible that I still won't manage it, as other things need to get done tomorrow as well.  Please forgive me.  I'll get them to you as soon as I can. 

Until next time,

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Card Design: Ike's World Challenge #6...It Feels Like Winter

Helloooooooooooooooo and happy Tuesday to you all once againl! It is time for the latest challenge over at Ike's World Challenges. The theme for Challenge #6 is It Feels Like Winter and I do have to agree--it definitely feels like WINTER!!!! is not only cold outside but cold inside!!! We have had snow on the ground since Friday and even had flurries Monday afternoon. I'm afraid it is here for good! Well, we might as well make the most of it and use it to inspire us in our winter themed creations.

Ike's current challenge is the perfect place to enter those winter cards. You can join in Ike's challenge with a creation using any kind of medium or style but remember that in order to qualify to win the prize you MUST use an Ike's Art image. If you don't already have an image and would like to purchase one, check out all the awesome ones available in the store by clicking HERE. Ike has an amazing and varied selection to choose from and you are sure to find something to suit your needs.
Check out what I made for this fortnight...

General Information:

  • Woo hoo!!!  One more Christmas card for the pot.  I especially like that I've gone with non traditional colours for this one.
  • I had a lot of creative fun coming up with this concept.  I wanted to do something a bit different, in terms of working with the actual image.  What is really great is that creating a digitally coloured version of the image allows me the opportunity to incorporate the same design into different layouts and cards; and while the image itself will remain the same, the number of variances I can derive from it, are endless.
    I hope that you like what I came up with! 

Digital Image:
  • Gothic Window:  This stunning image is available for purchase.  Clicking on the watermark below will take you to its location in the store.!__digi-gothic/productsstackergalleryv21=24
  • Now I don't believe that the final print out of the scene for the card, shows off Ike's image in the best light. Therefore, I am also going to show you the digital creation I came up with.  It is the same one used on the front of my card but printing the image and then photographing it once the card was assembled, doesn't allow for the detail to show...
  • As I mentioned earlier.  This one was a lot of fun to design.  As soon as I saw the image in the store I knew it was the one I wanted to work with and knew right away how I wanted to approach it.
  • I originally was going to create a hybrid--part digital, part coloured by hand--but then decided to go the digital route throughout.
  • I found this great snowy, outdoors photograph over on The photographer's name is David Wagner.  I placed it in behind the window so that it appears one is looking out into a snowy afternoon.
  • I wanted to make it look like the walls were wallpapered so I found the perfect digital paper for this project in the Breathe kit created by Jeanine Baechtold a designer with, available as a freebie. 
  • Then it was just a matter of finding the right complementary colours for the curtains, flooring and window pane.  Adding a bit of shadow to the flooring and window, and adding a layer style on the curtains to give them an old vintage feel.  The distressed vintage layer style is from Star Sunflower Studio and available HERE.   
  • I added a frame from Shelby Kate Schmitz of
  • And voila!  I now have a digital creation I can use over and over again.
Digital Sentiment: 
  • I just created a sentiment on the front to tie in with the image and lead in to the inside sentiment.
Digital Embellishments: 
  • The swirls that were added to the front are from the Friday Night Cocktails kit created by Correen Silke, also a designer with  This kit is still available for free as well.
  • The digital ribbon that the sentiment is placed on is also from the Breathe kit (details above). 

Digital Sentiment:
  • Another simple one I created to reflect the theme of the card.
Digital Embellishment
  • The sentiment has been framed with the same one referenced earlier.

Paper Products: 
  • Card base: Michael's Recollection's Cardstock, white.
  • Digital Designer Papers:  The paper used on the front and the one used on the inside are both from the same Breathe kit, mentioned above.
Challenges I am hoping to enter... 
What will you create using one of Ike's wonderful images?  Pop over and play along with us anytime during the next two weeks over at Ike's World Challenges. You can find out everything you need to know in order to play, by heading to the challenge blog.  I've linked the logo below to take you there.  While you are over there, please be sure to check out the incredible creations offered up by some of my fellow DT members and be sure to pop over there again next week when the second team's projects are showcased to help inspire you.

Until next time,

Monday, November 25, 2013

Card Design: Digi Darla's Challenge #90--Inspired by a Photo AND a Quote

Happy Monday morning all.  What a wonderful Dr. Who weekend it was!  But now it is time to get back to reality starting with this week's challenge over at the Digi Darla's Challenges Blog. This week for Challenge #90 the theme is "Inspired by a Photo AND a Quote".  You will be able to see the picture over on the main challenge blog.  It is a scene of coloured leaves, perfect for the fall season.  The quote that we are using for inspiration is shown on my project below.

One person will be the lucky winner of FIVE Digi Darla (DD) images!  AND any entries using a DD image get entered into a SECOND drawing for THREE images. So, you could technically win eight images!  If you do use one of Kim's wonderful images make sure you let us know by writing DD after your name when you enter. 
I've used the following Digi Darla image in my project this week:

Here is my project and the details, I hope I haven't forgotten anything...  
General Comments:  
  • I decided to go with a hybrid project for this challenge--a digital layout with elements that have been coloured by hand
Digital Image:
  • 3 Fall Leaves: You can find this image in the DD store by clicking on the image name or watermark linked above. 
    • These leaves were coloured by hand using Copic markers: YG61, YG63, YG67; R11, R14, R17; and Y32,Y35, Y38.
    • The leaves were then photographed and uploaded into the computer.
    • Next, I edited the images to make each leaf a separate image.  Then I brought each of them into Photoshop Elements 5 (PE5) to create transparent backgrounds.  Once this was done I was able to upload them into a layout that I put together the previous evening.
Digital Sentiment: 
  • When I saw the quote that we were to be inspired by, I realized that it was one of the very first sentiments I had ever created.  I had offered it by itself and inside of a leaf that I had also created so it was nice to be able to finally use it myself.  If you would like to go and check out that sentiment which is still a freebie, you can click HERE.
  • I simply re-coloured it to match with the colour scheme of the overall project.
Digital Embellishment: 
  • The tag I used in the layout, in behind the sentiment, came from the Autumn Leaves kit designed by Jeanine Baechtold a designer with, available as a freebie. 
Digital Papers: 
  •  It was definitely a walk through history, as I also used two papers from my very first paper pack.  It is funny because they aren't even evenly shaped, something like 1800 x 1840 pixels but that is okay.  Boy, have I learned a lot since then!!!  If you would like to take a look, you can find them HERE.  This is also the first time, I think I have used them in any my creations.
Challenges I am hoping to enter...

So, how about you come on over and show us YOUR incredible take on this week's picture and quote inspiration challenge by entering this week over at Digi Darla's Challenges?  While you are there please check out the great projects from the rest of the design team.  We always look forward to seeing the delightful creations you come up with.

Until next time,

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Card Design: Doodle Pantry Digital Challenge #40

Hey Peeps.  There are just two hours and 10 minutes to go before it becomes Dr. Who central in this household.  Just enough time for me to get this post done and work on a couple small things before I head downstairs.  I swear even Yahoo mail is in the Whovian spirit.  I just finished putting a message together and the captcha I had to fill out to send it off was 's o n i c s'.  I swear!  Google has Dr. Who fever as well.  For the last couple days, the Daleks have been seen located beside the Google search bar and there is even an interactive Google Doodle called the Whodle where you choose whichever incarnation of the Doctor you want and then set off on going through a number of levels completing your task whilst avoiding the dreaded Daleks.  If they get you, you hear the word , "Exterminate!!!".  I only managed to complete one level because I REALLY need to get some work done so I don't miss any of the festivities later this afternoon.

So, on that note, Allons-y!

While out and about this week looking through challenges, I came across one over at Doodle Pantry. Now I am familiar with Doodle Pantry a little bit.  They have some awesome freebies available.  Some on going, some for limited periods.  This was the first time though that I paid any real attention to their challenge.  Now normally, I don't have the luxury of time to create just to meet the needs of a particular challenge.  My DT work and the three cards a month I make for the two progressive challenges I am part of, don't leave me much in the way of extra creating time.  However, after reading the rules for this challenge, I just knew I had to enter.  Not only is Doodle Pantry extremely generous when it comes to their freebies--as they are not just single images but folders full of goodies--they are also extremely generous when it comes to entering their challenges.  If you use a Doodle Pantry image (not just a sentiment) then not only will your name be entered for a final prize coupon BUT you will also get the featured product for free.  How amazing is that?  Now of course, you are welcome to submit cards following the rules and theme using an image from any digital company but you will only be entered into the draw for the final prize coupon.

Check out the amazing featured product up for grabs in this challenge, for those who do enter using a Doodle Pantry image...
Not only do you have a choice of the main image as a standard black and white digi but you also get the coloured version which is great when you are short on colouring time.  Then, you also get THREE sentiments!  But wait...they aren't done yet.  On top of all the goodies I have already mentioned, you also receive a total of NINE digital papers!!!!  THREE patterned ones and SIX solid coloured ones.  Aren't those snowmen absolutely adorable?!  The coloured one especially will be great for getting in an extra quick Christmas card or two.

Now I don't know about you, but for me that it is darn good incentive to create a card and enter the challenge.  Everyone is a winner AND unlike progressive challenges where if you miss a challenge you lose the opportunity to play in future ones, the challenge at Doodle Pantry is set so that ANYONE can enter at ANY time, and still have the opportunity to earn the freebie package (following the rules of course).

Now, I only came across this challenge earlier this week, so it didn't give me a lot of time to come up with something to enter.  Thank goodness the theme this month is Any Digi Goes and since I still hadn't created a card for my good friend Naomi's son Michael, who is recovering from surgery, AND I had a few freebies already to choose from, I was fortunate enough to find something that I could use to make him a 'feel better soon' card.

Check it out...

Bunny Slippers set:  Look at all the incredible items included in this particular freebie folder.  With just one set, the card possibilities are endless!  I've linked up the watermark to the set's location in the store.

Digital Image:
  • Bunny Slippers:  These are the cutest bunny slippers I think I have ever seen.  Every time I look at them I just want to say, "Awwwwww!".  As this is a pre-coloured image it saved me some time.  I went with the green ones since it was being made for a young boy.
Digital Sentiment:
  •  I decided to use the 'Just for You' sentiment from the set for the front of the card.

Digital Sentiment:
  •  For the inside of my card, I went with the 'Feel Better Soon' sentiment from the set.


Paper Products:
  • Card base: Michael's Recollection's Cardstock, white.
Digital Paper Products:
  •  I used four different digital papers from this set.  Specifically, I used DPBunnySlippersPAPER2, 3, 5 and 6.
Other Notes:
  • To move the assembly of the card along even quicker, I decided to do some digital layering before I printed things out.  It would also save some ink in the process so I figured it was a win-win situation.
  • I layered paper 5 (cream) onto paper 6 (green) for a matted look, then added the sentiment and bunny slippers on top before printing it out.
  • For the inside, I did the same thing, only using a different sentiment and not including an image.
  • I used paper 2 (plaid) for the background on both the front and inside.
  • I printed off a strip of that adorable bunny paper (number 3) for an accent for the left hand side of the front.
  • I printed off a strip of the green (number 6) and then used a Recollection's punch to give it some definition.  I specifically went with this punch because to me, I can see little bunny ears in the edging.
Challenges I am entering:

Other challenges I might get it into...While I am running short on time right now, I hope I'll be able to add some a bit later in the week.

There is just enough time left for all you quick card makers to enter this challenge as it doesn't close until tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. EST.  If you need a Doodle Pantry image to work with, you can find some brilliant ones on their freebie page HERE.  Now if you don't have the chance to enter a card but would like to purchase that adorable snowmen set, you can find it in the store by clicking HERE or on the watermark of it, above.

The great thing is that now that I know about this challenge, I might be able to participate on a regular basis as each challenge begins on the 1st of the month and closes on the 24th, giving me three whole weeks to pull something together.

Okay, it is now 4:30 p.m., so that leaves me just 1/2 hour left to get some other stuff done.  We are getting closer...


Promotional Post for Scribbles Designs: Allons-y!
Happy Saturday everyone and if you are a Dr. Who fan and a Scribbles Designs fan, it is a doubly good Saturday indeed!!!!

Doctor Who made its debut on television screens throughout Britain, on Saturday, November 23, 1963, at exactly 5:15 p.m.  The format may have been entirely unfamiliar to its British audience but something about the series was obviously appealing as the original show ran for almost thirty years and remains, to this day, one of the most popular shows on the BBC.  To the delight of fans everywhere, Dr. Who was relaunched in 2005 and continues to be one of the most popular science fiction shows on the air.  According to the official BBC Dr. Who website, "in its 50th anniversary year, the series is watched by an estimated 80 million viewers in 206 countries.  It has been honoured by Guinness World Records as both the longest running and most successful science-fiction series in the world".  Those are pretty impressive statistics.

If you are unfamiliar with the show, you are missing something special.  The series portrays the exploits of a Time Lord—a humanoid alien referred to as the Doctor who travels through space and time. He explores the universe in his TARDIS which stands for Time and Relative Dimension in Space.   Now, while some may think that it is simply a spaceship of sorts, it isn't.  In fact, it is a sentient time-travelling space ship.  The exterior of the TARDIS presents itself as a blue British police box, which was a common sight in Britain in the early sixties when the series first aired. Now a regular functioning TARDIS is capable of blending in with its surroundings using the ship's "chameleon circuit".  However, in the series, the Doctor pilots a professedly unpredictable, obsolete TT Type 40, Mark 1 version.   Unfortunately, the chameleon circuit is broken, leaving it stuck in the shape of a 1960s-style London police box after a visit to London in 1963.  The interior of the TARDIS is much larger than its exterior.  One of the most well known catch phrases used by anyone seeing the inside of the TARDIS for the first time is, "It is much bigger on the inside."  Throughout all the years and all the different Doctors, a common element has been that of a companion or two who journeys with the Doctor as he faces numerous adversaries while working to save various planets and/or civilizations, in addition to helping ordinary people and righting wrongs along the way.

Today marks the 50th anniversary celebration of everything Dr. Who.  Now while I didn't actually start watching the show until the 9th Doctor showed up, I have become a real fan.  It is funny because I remember when I was little and the show would come on our local public television station out of Toronto, TVO, and if I happened to be flipping through the channels and land on Dr. Who, I didn't understand it at all and of course, at that age, thought it was stupid.  Now I only wish I could back and watch those earlier shows.  Unfortunately, unless you buy the seasons, and they are not all available, there seems to be no way of catching up.  Besides, who could afford to purchase them when three episodes from that very first year cost $151.00 and another special boxed set, this time with two feature length episodes and a documentary, can cost upwards of $255.00!  I did manage to see the very first episode broken up into 6 parts on You Tube a couple years back but unfortunately I may never get to see anymore of those earlier episodes.  I suppose that I will just have to settle for my fill of all the new Doctors--the ever suave 9th Doctor played by Christopher Eccleston, the dreamy and not to mention, my favourite of the three, the 10th Doctor David Tennant, and the quirky yet lovable 11th Doctor, Matt Smith.  We are also about to meet a 12th Doctor in the very near future as Matt Smith's final episode will be in the Christmas Special.  Male or female?  Young or old?  Whoever they get to step into the role of the Doctor will have some pretty big shoes to fill.

Even if you are not a fan of the show, you may have heard some of the enigmatic catch phrases that have emerged from it. Each incarnation of the Doctor is known for at least one catch phrase. Here are the ones that have deemed to be the most memorable.

First Doctor
“Mm? What’s that, my boy?”
"Come along, my dear!"
"We can't change history!"

Second Doctor
“When I say run, run. (pause) RUN!”
"Oh, my giddy aunt!"

Third Doctor
“Reverse the polarity of the neutron flow.”
"Did I ever tell you about the time..."
"My dear chap!"

Fourth Doctor
“Would you care for a jelly baby?”
"You might be "a doctor" I am "the doctor", the definite article you might say."
"There’s no point being grown-up if you can’t be childish sometimes."

Fifth Doctor
“Brave heart, Tegan.”
"What's the problem, old girl? Why this compulsion for planet Earth?"
"There’s always something to look at if you open your eyes."

Sixth Doctor
“Mmm I wonder…Aha!”
"The TARDIS, when working properly, is capable of many amazing things. Not unlike myself!"

Seventh Doctor
“Somewhere there’s danger, somewhere there’s injustice, somewhere else, the tea’s getting cold.”
"I have made a graaave error of judgement!"
"If we fight like animals, we die like animals."

Eighth Doctor
Who am I?

Ninth Doctor
"I was there..."

Tenth Doctor
“I’m sorry. I’m so sorry.”
"Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey."
"Trust Me. I'm the Doctor."

Eleventh Doctor
“Bow ties are cool.”
"Come along, Pond!"

Many celebrations have been planned over a three day period to honour the amazing 50 years of Dr. Who.  Part of this celebration is the unveiling of a special 75 minute, 50th anniversary celebration episode entitled, "The Day of the Doctor" which will be aired at the same time around the world, not only on television but also in select theatres in several different countries.  The episode will feature Matt Smith (current Doctor) , David Tennant (Tenth Doctor), John Hurt and Jenna Louise Coleman (current companion). We will also see the return of the Daleks, a dark foe throughout many seasons of the series, and Billie Piper as Rose Tyler (the companion to the 10th Doctor).  All of reality is said to be in peril as the Doctor's dangerous past comes back to haunt him.  I for one, cannot wait until the airing of this episode later today.  I've spent the last week catching up on the last few episodes of the past season that I still hadn't seen, in anticipation for today's unveiling. 

Now, why am I bringing you all this information about Dr. Who, besides the obvious reason that I am a such a super fan?  Well, it just so happens that Sandy has created a couple images, perfect for Dr. Who fans everywhere.  While technically, the images aren't actually the TARDIS and the Sonic Screwdriver (our fearless leader would never do anything that impinges trademark law or copyright status), they do bear a strong resemblance and if you, or someone you know is a super Dr. Who fan like me, then sending them a card using one of these images would make their day, I'm sure!

 First up we have #833, the Blue Police Booth...

Next we have #836, the SScrewdriver...
Now while this next image, isn't specifically related to Dr. Who icons, it is an image that is often seen in England and since Dr. Who is based in Britain, it seems fitting I introduce it today as well.  So, check out #835, the Red Phone Booth...

If you click on each of the images above, they will take you to their locations in the store.

Now while these images are great for Dr. Who fans, they are also great for non fans alike.  Know someone who is a Police Officer, or someone needing assistance?  The blue police booth would be perfect on a card for them.  Know anyone interested in science or gadgetry?  Every Mr. or Ms. Fix It you know, could make use of the SScrewdriver, the multi-tool that should be in everyone's tool box.  Want to connect with someone you haven't talked to in awhile, or just say hello?  Then the red telephone booth is just the image you need.  You don't have to love Dr. Who to make use of these particular images.  

 So many digitals, so many possibilities!
Psst...interested in a new freebie?  Well, head on over and check out the new challenge, Remembrance with Fancy Folds, and you can find a sweet holly sprig up for grabs.  If you do, know that we'd love to see what you do with it by entering our latest challenge.  You have until 9:00 p.m. PST on December 14th to enter the current challenge, so that gives you lots of time to get your creation ready.  You can find out all the details you need for participating and for grabbing the holly sprig freebie, by clicking HERE. 

Well guys, that is it for this one.  I hope you all have a fabulous weekend and week ahead.

Allonsy-y!  It is almost time for the special to begin!

Until next time!

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