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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

I'm Starting to Feel Christmas-sy!

Hello, All!  I've been working with a lot of Christmas stamps, and it's putting me in "that mood"!  Not only have I been working with cardinals, but they are abundant here in Tennessee, so I can look out and see some!  I was looking at some Christmas cards that were at the store, with cardinals on them.  They were very nice, and then a thought popped into my head!  There were two totally red cardinals sitting side-by-side on a tree branch, looking very cozy.  Females are brown and red, so these must have been friends sitting on the branch, both males!  Now everytime I see a card, calendar, or whatever it is with cardinals on them, I notice how many are printed with two males, not a male and female!
I'd like to share some recent cards I've made for Heartfelt Creations and other cards that are generic.  With my travelling husband gone a lot, I spend many an hour in my craft room creating.  I love this time of year!  This morning I've been watching the leaves float down off the trees like and orange and yellow snow fall.  I wish it would snow.  Anyway, I'd appreciate any comments you'd like to make!  Thanks for visiting once again! 
This is called First Snow.


  1. WOWWWWWW Clare these are absolutely fantastic I love those Cardinals they are such a gorgeous colour, I love the idea of them sat on the roof, and the window view card is ACE.
    Lorraine x

  2. These are gorgeous! I really like the idea of the first snow card, with the autumn leaves and the snow combined on a card, so creative!!


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I am a child of God, wife, mother of three, and gramma of six. I enjoy stamping, scrapbooking, beading, photography, sewing, camping, fishing, hiking and life! I am a retired dog groomer. Denver, Colorado, is where I was born and raised. I miss the snow and drier weather.

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