Simple, right? Pure loveliness in my world. The minute I saw this sketch, I knew it was the one for me. Am certain to go back to it again and again. And this is my take:
Despite the snowy, less than perfect light outside today, I managed to get a pretty decent photo. The navy paper, and the faux wood grain paper are from a dear, dear friend who shared goodies last year. I'll admit I hoarded them a bit, but for C&J's card, I dove right in. The center panel, inside the white one was cut with my Cameo. I actually cut two; one in the wood grain, and one in red. Obviously, I only used the red heart. The heart is covered in GA, but you really can't see how shiny and chubby it is in this photo. The sentiment is from an old SU set, which I bought at a rummage sale, and I used some Jenni Bowlin Spice Tin ink. Free cut the sentiment panel. The more I look at this, the more I like it!
And I just wanted to share one of my favorite Christmas presents ever. Nearly started bawling when I opened this. It's something I've always said to the little ones, and it's become a tradition for us to repeat often to each other in person and on the phone. It makes the most lovely tinkly sound when I'm driving, and I can't help but smile when I hear it.
Even now, I'm smiling. Despite the snow. I'm too busy counting these little blessings. Happy dances everyone.