CASology #26…Winter

Although I am in sunny, hot, and humid Florida for the STAMPIN’ UP Leadership Conference, I know if I were back in Pittsburgh, I would need warm mittens or gloves to survive the cold and snow up north! So, my thoughts of WINTER for CASology’s #26 challenge are mittens and snowflakes. I also thought I may as well get a jump start for next year and make it a Christmas  card!!

Do you wait until close to Christmas to start your cards or do a little at a time throughout the year?

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Card Recipe:
STAMPS: PTI Communique Curves, Fiskars clear snowflakes on green background
INK: SU Real Red
PAPER:SU Cherry Cobbler, SU Whisper White, random green scrap paper
ACCESSORIES: random red button, random white/green baker’s twine
TOOLS: SU Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder, MS branch punch, MS snowflake punch, Nestabilities Mittens dies

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7 comments

  1. What a cute mitten die…love the red and green together, classic winter/Christmas combo! Glad you got a head start on your Christmas cards, and glad to have you playing along at CSology this week!

  2. This is absolutely stunning!! I love your mittens and the font of your beautiful sentiment! I usually start my Christmas cards in September. I admire you for working on them all year long! Thanks for playing along at CASology this week!

    1. Thank You, Maureen. I do try to not wait ’til the last minute (usually October) but truth be told… this is the first year I decided to do some each month. Ask me how that is going in a month or two…lol

  3. I really like your blog.. very nice colors & theme.
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    to do it for you? Plz reply as I’m looking to construct my own blog and would like to find out where u got this from. thanks

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