Happy New Year!

One of the most fun weddings I have been to, was my Husband’s Grandson’s wedding on New Years Eve in 2008. It was so great to celebrate their marriage and the New Year with family and friends!  This is an Anniversary card  I made for them, I think in the same spirit. It would be a great New Year’s card too!

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I used the Die-namics Layered Champagne Glass die from My Favorite Things.  It is a two-piece die that is easy to use.  I cut the glasses out of white paper and the drink from shimmery white paper, then added rhinestones to accent the bubbles.  The paper is from my stash.  Wishing you all the best and blessings for 2015!  “Be Good!” Debbie

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Merry Christmas!

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Last week I showed you my Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer card.  I also found the stamps for Santa and Hermie (my sister found Hermie).  This is her Christmas card!   I colored Rudolph the same, Santa is in R27 and 29, and Hermie in B24.  I fussy cut them and added them to the scenery which I made with the Darice Evergreen border, and My Favorite Things stitched scalloped edges.  The sentiment is from My Favorite Things.  Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas! Thank you God for the incredible gift you gave to the world, Jesus Christ!

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Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Card

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Hi everyone!  This year is the 50th anniversary of the Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer cartoon.  In honor of his 50 years, I made this card.  The stamp is from Hampton Arts.  I stamped it in Versa Fine Toffee, then once it dried, colored it with Copic E33 to get the body color I wanted.  His antlers are E29 and I used black for his hoofs.  His mouth is R39, and I used C00 for the white on his body.  I used red, white, and black gel pens for the eyes and nose.  Just a little dot of white gel pen highlights the nose and eye.  The background papers are foil from Recollections.  I used narrow ovals by Sizzix to cut out Rudolph and the sentiment is from Technique Tuesday.  The banner is from Taylored Expressions.  Rudolph, you have gone down in history!! “Be Good!”  Debbie