I am so honored by the comments and the goals that everyone has set for themselves in the coming year. Many would like to be more organized, others want to learn a new technique, others simply want to get their cards out on time! I can relate to all of those goals. What is important to remember is this is our hobby, our pastime, our time to enjoy ourselves! Spend your time in a way that makes you happy! With that said I have been having fun with some of my newer stamps and purchases made on Black Friday and have several sets of cards prepared for challenges and to be sent off for consideration to be published.
Now without further ado announcing the winner of the Season’s Giving blog hop, drum roll please . . . . . !
Gail Scott: I am overwhelmed with this lovely prize package to be one! I think your art is worth getting published for sure -beautiful display of items here - I plan to provide supplies and demo card making at a local senior home where I work - I brought in a ton of Christmas cards and I was asked if I would demo a class for the seniors - I feel honored and blessed to do this - I also plan to stay ahead of the game this year in creating every day and getting more Christmas cards done for the center as well - blessings and Happy New Year!
Gail is a new follower (thank you!) and has responded with her snail mail address. Her package is now on its way and should arrive soon! It is one of the errands that I ran on a very snowy day yesterday! Here in Central Oregon we are breaking records for snowfall! We started back in December and it hasn’t melted! Usually it melts and then snows again, not this year! We were able to purchase one of the few 2 stage snow blowers left in the area last week before the heavy snowfall. Our school district has already used 5 snow days, which means the kiddos will have an extended school year in the spring!