Thursday, December 6, 2018

Christmas Stocking

Good morning!
It is starting to feel a lot like Christmas.
We have just got over a foot of snow from the weekend.
It is crisp outside too with the cool temperatures.
One Christmas party down and
a few more to go. They are always so much fun.
It is even better watching our grandson have so much
fun with his cousins.
Our daughter had her first league game
in basketball. Sadly, near the end of the game she 
sprained her ankle. It looks pretty crazy.

Today, we have an amazing brand new
challenge over at Creative Knockouts.
Challenge #275
Christmas Delight

Our wonderful sponsor for this week is 
Di's Digital Stamp's
Prize:  $12 voucher
Thank you so much.
My image on the card above and below
is from Stampavie - Gillian Roberts - Christmas Stocking
(no longer available).
I used Spellbinder circles,
Craftin' Desert Divas - Scalloped stitched circle die
Paper (always artichoke, whisper white, early espresso)
embellishements, dazzling diamonds from Stampin' Up
Pattern paper unknown
Image colored using Copic markers.
I would like to enter my card into the following challenges:
Christmas at Sweet Stampin' - Anything Goes Christmas (November)
Crafty Creations Challenge - #379 - Always Anything Goes
Crafty Gals Corner - Challenge #180- Anything Christmas Goes
Cute N' Crafty Christmas - Challenge #1 - Christmas/Winter

We would love it if you joined us at Creative Knockouts for our
challenge this week. Your inspiration is always incredible. 
My fellow DT's have some awesome ideas/creations to share
with you too.

Thank you so much for joining me.
Have a blessed week.


  1. Adorable image and beautiful design. Hope your daughter soon recovers from her injury!

    Thank you for playing along with us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin’ this month.

  2. Great card! The stocking was done beautifully! Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Crafty Gals Corner Challenges this week. Be sure to join us next time too!
    CGC DT
    Scrapbookingmamaw {My Blog}
    Crafty Gals Corner Challenges