This is, of course, a simple little sketch, and a great one for showing off a particularly awesome DSP, perhaps - like one of the many awesome choices we have this year! BUT, I really wanted to pay homage to the scalloped elements of the sketch - even though we could have skipped them. And since I have the Scallop Trim Border punch, with the corner punch that goes with it, I figured I could go for it that way. Woo, what a journey! At least now I have a little sizing cheat sheet in my arsenal!
To go with this cute little Christmas card, I figured I should go ahead and put out some date feelers for our last two classes of the year. I'm totally engrossed in getting ready for next weekend's Holiday Gift Show at Mountainview Presbyterian, and then we have Thanksgiving - yikes! So here's my plan: November 29, 6:30 pm will be an Ornaments Class, with 4 different types of ornaments. Then, our last class of the year will be December 13 (with wiggle room if I hear from you about it!) for a last minute Gift Class. This class will be for 6 gifts and treat containers, for all your holiday travels! I'll have pictures shortly after the Mountainview show, I promise!
Let me know what you think of these dates, and whether you are interested in these classes!
Greetings of the Season stamp set; Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake & Very Vanilla CS; Festival of Prints DSP pack; Crumb Cake taffeta ribbon; Button from the Brights collection; Linen thread; Scallop Trim Border & Corner punches.