Saturday, November 1, 2014

Did you survive Halloween?

No trick-or-treaters at our door and it's a good thing because I was exhausted.  So tired, in fact, that I went to bed at 7:15 last night.

I would love to share some of my latest creations - all delivered yesterday, which probably exhausted me even more.  Anybody that knows me, knows that I'm not a lover of driving or running errands - and I had lots of them.

First up are two Thanksgiving cards.  One was supposed to go to Julie's brother and sister-in-law but she decided she'd give it to her husband instead.  From what I understand, hubby has a truck just like this one.

This next one was fun to create - yet challenging, too.  You may recognize the image as I used this sweet pilgrim young woman on another card.  As I was creating this, I kept going back to the original in my mind and I had to keep reminding myself: you already did that so do something different.  Here's the second one I created which is going to Julie's aunt in Minnesota.

Now look at the original card I created using this same image.  Isn't it just amazing how different you can create cards using the same image?  Which card is your favorite? 

Julie's aunt is spoiled.  There.  I said it.  Here are two more cards that will eventually be heading her way.  And, yes - she is German and her daughter (and Julie) are redheads!

Next up on my "tour" yesterday was to visit Sweet Alice and deliver her cards.  Here's a Christmas card ... don't you just love Father Christmas?

She requested a "Christian thank you card" for her niece in Boston.  Don't know about you, but I'd love to have that cart of flowers in my yard.

Thank you for looking - I just love sharing what my heart and soul tells me to create.  Now go eat all that Halloween candy!  No calories.  Promise.


  1. i love the flower cart ... card and photo!

    i have some candy ... come and get it!

  2. Hi Sue! Beautiful cards, all of them! I love how you made matching envelopes. Hugs to you and thank you for your sweet comment :)

  3. So many lovely cards again.
    Karen B. ~ Todolwen