Saturday, November 27, 2010

Congratulations to...

KC, the winner of Teri's "Little Nut Tree" image and my Blog Candy. KC just send me your email for the "Little Nut Tree" image and your home address for the blog candy. Thank you to everyone who participated in our First Blog Hop at Delicious Doodles. I hope you will continue to visit the challenge blog and play along with our Challenges in the New Year. I know Teri will have some new and exciting things to share with us. Until then, stop by and leave a little love for Teri and the DT. We would love to hear about your Holiday plans and traditions.

Merry Christmas!

Friday, November 19, 2010

Welcome to My Blog Hop Challenge...

My creation for the Delicious Doodles Challenge Blog Hop is a Christmas Card using Teri's "Little Nut Tree" image. I love to decorate for Christmas and would love to have this tree in my living room. Whispers Sugur Loaf markers were used to color the image. I'm sorry to say I forgot to write down the company that made the background paper. I bought it at Hobby Lobby. I found the pointsettia gems at Joann's Craft Center and the sentiment is from a Christmas vellum sheet I have had for years. For a chance to win this image, leave a comment with a link to your creation and I will choose a winner to be named after the blog hop closes.

I am also offering some blog candy to anyone who leaves a comment. The blog candy winner will be chosen by drawing a name from the hat.

If you arrived here from Anne's blog, your are in the right place. If not, start at the Delicious Doodles Challenge Blog and follow the posted list. Your next stop on the Blog Hop is Maria. Don't forget to leave a little love for each of the Sistahs.

Thanks for stopping by today and good luck on your journey.


Monday, November 8, 2010

Holiday Craft Show

This past Saturday I was thrilled to participate in a craft show with Darlene (darscarftycreations). Although sales weren't great, we did make back the cost of our space and a little cash over that. While Darlene concentrated on individual cards for all occasions, I made sets of Christmas cards, Christmas gift card holders, post-it-note holders and note pads. Our best sellers were Dar's cards and the gift card holders. Customers gave us some great project ideas for next year. All in all, we had a fun day and hope to do the show again next year. Stop by Darlene's blog for photos of our booth.

Thanks for stopping by today.