Friday, November 6, 2009

Stampin B Holiday Card Challenge


Faith challenged the Stampin B's to make a Holiday Card! I am in SHOCK that the first week of November has flown by.... My oh, my.... I made a double diagonal pocket card out of beautiful K and Company paper called Que sera sera....(can you not see doris day in your mind's eye???) and also the SU set Loads of Love. Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful day!!!

3 comments:

Vicky Gould said...

What a fabulous diagonal card, NR - but also, what a fabulous Holiday card. Love it!

ButterflyEars said...

NR, thank you so much for sharing these wonderful pictures.
Your Christmas challenge card is gorgeous. I love the Winter scene that you created on here. Great colors and coloring. Awesome card.

Joanne (jojot) said...

wow.....first gotta say your phots are fabulous...of the retreat AND good old New England....a lot of beauties in both sets of photos....

and aren't yo the clever one to combine the double diagonal pocket card with this week's holiday challenge...you rock

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Hi everyone! My Name is Nancy Levine, known as NANCYRUTH on SCS. I have began stamping 20 years ago, though I put everything in the attic for about 10 of those during the hectic years of my single motherhood. I went to a stamping up party about 5 years ago and the stamping flame was rekindled and i have stamped almost every day since then. I work full time in a lighting store and enjoy my career in sales which allows me to fund my crafting habits. I am also a beader and spend my free time stamping, swimming and making jewelry! I look forward to charting my creative journey through my new blog. Fast forward.... After 13 months of unemployment due to the economic downturn I completed my Therapeutic Recreation certification and now work in a skilled nursing facility creating and implementing recreational programs for the residents. I also had the priviledge of working at Beadz Boutique in Darien Ct. where I fine tuned many of my beading skills!

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