At last, a plan!   13 comments

We are having a big storm today, as predicted. Unlike the millions who have had this storm already, we are just getting rain, it is nearly 60 degrees out there! The wind is absolutely howling, and there really is nothing to do but work on the Christmas cards.

Late this morning, I went upstairs, and after procrastinating a little (taking final photos for the post on bubble blowing), I settled down with all my scraps of Christmas papers from past years’ cards.

I have a plan. I made a prototype and A approves.

It has a few steps, but none really tedious. It has glitter, so there will be drying time. I do love glitter.

It has steps I can do in the living room with A and the TV. It uses supplies I already have. It is relatively simple. So. Here goes – card making craziness. Can’t share it with you yet, but as soon as I mail the last one, I will. And I will take some photos along the way.

Here’s a teaser, though – sofa work ready to go!

card still life

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13 responses to “At last, a plan!

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  1. Can’t wait to see the finished products!! I better get on with some cards too. With our families living in Germany and Australia, we are usually only good at one thing…missing the last posting date! Maybe this will be the year…

  2. That is a real tease!!

  3. Looking forward to seeing your finished cards. Sounds like fun.

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