Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Snow day and some Jingle paper cheer

I am not sure if I should be happy or not. Winter finally arrived. We had wet heavy snow all morning. It is always so pretty to see huge snowflakes falling while you are inside sipping on a cup of hot coffee. But it is not pleasant when you are out trying to clear the bottom of the drive way after the snow plow comes by. Argh....I had to shovel a bit so I could get out...

Last year I was about 7 months pregnant with my son so my daughter and I did not get to enjoy the snow much. This year we are both looking forward to it, going sledding and building snowmen, making snowballs, oh what fun. I can not wait to see what Riley will think of snow ( he is 10 months in a few days ).

Here are some things I made yesterday. Enjoy!

A Christmas card for my parents and sister back home in Hungary.

What I used from CTMH: Juniper card stock, Jingle level 2 paper packet, Evergreen Stamp set, holiday Trinkets stamp set.

I hope they will like this card. I left the bottom strip empty so I can write a little note there to them.

Here is a layout of us visiting Santa. Yous should have all seen the look on my son's face when I planted him in Santa's lap. He kept looking at him with a very serious face for a long time. it was hard to get him distracted so he would look at the photographer.
What I used from CTMH: Believe Caps letters stamp set, Jingle level 2 paper packet, Mini Medley White Daisy Collection, Save the Date stamp set, Perfect Day level 2 paper packet, White Daisy stamp pad.

I made this card holder with the Jingle level 2 paper packet, Juniper ink pad, Believe Caps letters stamp set, and Noteworthy stamp set.

If you had snow where you are today enjoy it, have fun!
Thanks for stopping by.


  1. Cute projects! I love the punched edges on the tri-panel card. I'll have to try that on the next one I do. I love the Jingle paper!

  2. Adorable projects! The LO is so cute and I love that placecard holder, what a great idea!

  3. Thank You Ladies!

    The card is not difficult to make but it takes som etime. :)