Thanksgiving break...

...at last! I feel this is an appropriate card to post on the blog today. ;)

I suppose the first important nothing to tell you would be, that I am SO in love with this paper from GCD Studios - my fave paper from the entire release! This card was published in the August edition of CARDS magazine. :)
And the silhouette image is topped off with some of the pink flowers...:)

Kinda stuck this twine and pearl here for loss of anything else...;)

Hm, so what other important nothings shall I tell you now?
Well, I'm working on some projects for the GCD Studios CHA booth this year - omgosh, you will LOVE this years release! Pinky swear!
I've made some new videos - HERE's a link to my channel, and here is one of the one's I think you might be most interested in (since I've gotten quite a few questions regarding this) - editing my card photos!

I think THIS is going to be an awesome gift for my mom, who loves planting and flowers! Use a couple promo codes, get some sibs to pitch in, and oila! Perfect Christmas gift!
Right now I'm debating on snagging some of the newest yummy PTI products (such as THIS, THIS and/or THIS), using some promo codes and a Black Friday deal to get a Silhouette, or fright the urge to get something for myself and get something for someone else. What to do, what to do?!
One last thing - I made THESE tasty bars (link thanks to Melissa Philips) a few days ago for our athletic training room (because they are awesome), and wow! I got some really rave reviews, and this is coming from people who've had my maple cinnamon rolls, double chocolate chip cookies, and many other baked goods. :)
Anyways, I think I've overwhelmed you with enough links for now, so I'll leave off. ;)
Have a blessed and safe Thanksgiving!

Cardstock: LSS
Patterned paper: GCD Studios 'Splendor'
Stamps: PTI 'Simply Jane'
Ink: Ranger, Martha Stewart
Other: string and buttons (stash), pearl (Queen and Co)

Tools: trimmer, scissors, adhesive, sewing machine, Cuttlebug, PTI Simply Jane dies


Project Thursday {quick and easy tags}

Hello there! Clare here today with two quick tags you can whip up in a pinch!

The ornament stamp from the Christmas stamp set is just begging to be made into a tag, so that's exactly what I did! I quickly made these two tags using some previously die cut doilies, some glitter and pearls, and then some twine and ribbon to tie things off.

A brighter version...

and a softer version...

Seriously easy and simple tags that look so neat!
Thanks for stopping in with me today and have a great week!

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