Saturday, December 22, 2018


Sorry that I have been missing this last week. It isn;t for lack of time to create because that's about all I've been doing. Christmas DIY is in full swing. But I haven't had the time to take pictures and post. Some of the gifts have already been given to Head Start teachers and friends. Others I am still working on. Not sure if I'll get a chance to post anything but we'll see. This is a very quick post for The Outlawz December Progressive challenge.

The image we needed to use was The Conductor from Starz Stamps. I colored him with Spectrum Noir markers and die cut with MFT Inside and Out Rounded Squares. The brown piece is also die cut with these dies. The sentiment is from Decosse's Dynamite Doodles and die cut with MFT Stitched Circles. All the die cuts are sponged with Black Soot Distress Oxide ink. The background music paper is from American Craft Christmas pack. I am entering these challenges:

I have the twins this afternoon and tonight I need to finish up because we'll pack up and leave tomorrow morning for Cincinnati. We'll be returning on the 26th so we can pick up Dan at the airport very early on the 27th. Christmas with our family will be on the 27th. Before I go I want to wish you a very Merry Christmas. Thank you for all your support in 2018 and I hope you'll continue to visit in 2019. My the baby Jesus bless you and your family this holiday season!


Thursday, December 13, 2018

Christmas Snowman Tag Ornament

Happy Thursday! My how this week is flying by. My DH will be taking vacation for the rest of the year after tomorrow, so I'm trying to clear up a bunch of stuff that I've started and haven't finished for the Christmas season. I needed one more tag ornament so I thought I'd finish that up.

This cheerful snowman is from QKR Stampede. He's called Christmas Cheer. I colored him with American Craft markers. The ornament is constructed from a recycled spool of ribbon. I did a tutorial of how to make these tag ornaments a couple years ago. I used MFT Stitched Circle dies for the image and the outside ring around the spool. The designer paper is scraps from American Craft. I colored the edge of the spool with a red marker. The snowflakes are from MFT Layered Snowflakes, die cut from glitter paper and glued together and then to the spool. These are such fun to make. I hope the kiddos that are getting these will love them. I am entering these challenges:

Now on to other things. We have an appointment this afternoon that's going to take time out of my schedule. I have to crank up the crock pot and get dinner going and finish the laundry. How did I do this when I had little kids underfoot all the time? LOL! Hope you are well. The weekend will be here soon!


Wednesday, December 12, 2018


I took a little time off this week, mainly to get my Christmas cards written out and sent. The last batch will be going out tomorrow. And believe it or not I have more than 20 extra cards thanks to Beccy's Place challenge and the Bugaboo Holiday Chaos challenge. It really helps to get enough cards completed. Maybe next year I'll be able to send some to some of the charities that ask for Christmas cards to send to nursing homes, etc. So tonight I did another Christmas card (just can't seem to stop myself) and I have at least one more Christmas project before I can move on to other projects.

This Bugaboo image has been sitting on my desk for quite some time, all colored up and ready to go. It never seemed to fit the challenges for the Holiday Chaos so I decided I just had to use it before Christmas rolled around. This is Santa Claus Peeker, colored with Spectrum Noir markers and die with the frames dies from MFT Blueprints 32. The background designer paper is from scraps of American craft. The snowflakes are die cut from MFT Layered Snowflakes from scraps of glitter paper (some silver glitter and another one was a blue chevron glitter paper). I also added some white pearl gems to the middle of each snowflake. It was a very easy and fast card to put together. I am going to start my new year's resolution right now. I am going to finish all the insides of my Christmas cards this year and not wait until I am ready to send them. That is such a chore to finish them all at the last minute. I am entering these sketch challenges:

The week is half over already. Time is flying by. Hope your week is going well. Today Tom and I volunteered at Head Start and then planted daffodils at our other property since the temperatures were above 50 today. I doubt that will last very long. Thanks for stopping by. Take care!


Friday, December 7, 2018

Holiday Chaos Bingo

Day 7 (phew, I made it through the week)! Today's challenge at Catch the Bug is a Bingo challenge.
I'm sure you'll be able to tell from my card but I used the bottom row: plaid, Bugaboo image, and star.

This is the Friday Freebie image for this week called Stella - Christmas Cost. I colored her with American Craft markers and added Crystal Stickles to her hat. The image is die cut with Spellbinders Large Rectangles. The background paper is also American Craft from my scrap box. I added three stars from the MFT Blueprints 13 die set. The green spotted paper was die cut with MFT Inside and Out Stitched Rounded Squares. To finish off I added a chipboard heart that I colored with the same red marker as Stella's top. I am entering these challenges.

That's it for me. I'll be taking a few days off from crafting now. I have a busy rest of the weekend. Hope your weekend is relaxing with some crafty time. Maybe Monday I'll be able to get back to some crafting. Take care!


Happy 95th

Sigh of relief! I got Tom's aunt's card completed. I was beginning to think that might not get done on time. But I made it pretty simple.

The image and designer paper is from Beccy's Place called Peonies in a Vase. Both the image and paper are freebies. I colored the image with a mixture of Copic and Spectrum Noir markers. I die cut it with MFT Stitched Ovals and inked the edge with AlteNew Rose Quartz ink. The green cardstock strip is embossed with Cuttlebug Victoria embossing folder. I backed the layers with black cardstock to make the color pop. The sentiment is from MFT More Essential Sentiments
This is the inside of the card. The sentiment is from MFT Not Your Basic Birthday Wishes. I mirrored the outside of the card. The Happy is from a Simon Says die cut. I used some left over piece of the embossed strip from the front of the card. The numbers I added from a stamp set I got years ago when I first started stamping. I was surprised I still had it. I am entering these challenges:
Well, today os the last day for Bugaboo's Holiday Chaos, so I will be back with my card for that challenge later. We also have Tom's Holiday Party for his job at lunch today. I have to make a dish for that yet. The twins will be joining us for lunch today and probably tomorrow too before we leave for the 95th birthday party. Have a wonderful day. Thanks for dropping by!


Thursday, December 6, 2018

What the Fruit Cake?

Welcome to Day 6 of Bugaboo's Holiday Chaos. Today is a color challenge. You know how colorful a fruit cake can be. 
So most of you know that color challenges aren't my thing. I usually shy away from them and choose sketch challenges over color anyday. But I've found that if I look at the colors and then go hunt for the right image to use the colors, I can usually do a color challenge without freaking out. I knew this challenge was coming up so I printed off a bunch of fun Bugaboo images that I thought I could use and colored them up to be one step ahead of the game. Oh no, that didn't work. I might have used one of those. Nothing I had done was good enough for the challenges. So I've been starting from square one. So much for my Girl Scout mentality: Be Prepared! Anyway, I went in search of an image that I could use these colors on and I found one pretty quickly!

I used all these colors plus a little black and a little brown. Most of the markers I used were American Craft but there are a few Copics thrown in. The sentiment is from an Old Flourishes stamp set. I used my MISTI to place it in the label. The background papers are from my scrap bin and I think they are Lawn Fawn. I must have gotten them from a Simon Says Card Kit years ago. The image is Bugaboo Christmas Jar. My backing cardstock is a Christmas green color. And I punched two snowflakes from light green glitter paper. I am entering these challenges:
I need to go work on Tom's aunt's 95th birthday card. Her birthday is this weekend and we'll be traveling for her party. Hope the weather improves. We are supposed to get a wintry mix. It started around noon today. Right now it's snowing. The salt trucks have been out all afternoon so hopefully the roads won't be bad. Thanks for stopping by. Hope you'll come back and visit again soon.


Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Smile for the Camera

At Bugaboo Holiday Chaos, the day 5 challenge is a photo inspiration,
So I thought most of them were elves so I focused on using an elf. And most of the photo is red and green so I used those colors in my card too.

This is the Bugaboo image called Elf 003. I colored him with Spectrum Noir markers. Then used Recollections Glitz to add some sparkle to the image. The designer paper at the top of the card is from American Craft. The ribbon is from my stash. The sentiment is from Bird's Cards. I colored it with the same markers that I used on the image and popped it up with foam tape. I used green cardstock for the card base and added a layer of black cardstock to make the colors pop. I am entering these challenges:
I am going to have to stop making Christmas cards so I can write them and send them out. So that's my next big project. I played with the kids at Head Start this morning. Another fun time! Arthur is learning his numbers. He doesn't quite have 5 and 7 down yet but he counts to ten with a little prompting for 5 and 7. It's so amazing to watch him point to numbers when you ask him to find something. He's going to be one smart little boy! Thanks for stopping by tonight. Take care!


Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Is That an Ugly Sweater or What?

Day 4 of Bugaboo Holiday Chaos brought us a choice. There were 3 ugly sweaters and you were to use the recipe for that sweater to make your project.
I chose #3 and the recipe is color green, embossing, and ornament. I can't say that my card looks like an ugly sweater though. I'm quite glad about that!

The image was a freebie from Bugaboo at Kit and Clowder just last week. This is Bella Christmas Ornaments. It's such a cute image. I colored it with Spectrum Noir markers. I used Wink of Stella on the candy cane. The white spaces on the ornaments have Dimensional Magic as does the chipboard hearts (also colored with Spectrum Noir markers). The designer paper is from American Craft. The strips of red cardstock were embossed with Large Ornament embossing folder. The sentiment is from AlteNew Halftone Holidays embossed with black embossing powder. I am entering these challenges:

This was my second post for today so I have some other things I need to get done now. But I do need to make a card for Tom's aunt whose turning 95 this weekend. That will be my next project. We'll be driving to Cincinnati this weekend for her 95th birthday party. Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful hump day!


Bring on the White Elephant Gifts

Day 3 at Bugaboo Holiday Chaos is all about gift packaging. Something other than a card. If you follow my blog I did an ornament tag last month for Beccy's challenge. I did two variations on this tag for the Holiday Chaos challenge.

These are made from empty ribbon spools. You can find my original tutorial here. Normally I take one side off the spool and put the image down into the middle of the spool. For the dog and cat ornament I did take the one side of the spool off and sanded down the edges. But then I realized my image wouldn't fit inside the spool so instead I cut the image slightly smaller than the back part of the spool and inked the backed edge with fire brick distress ink. The image is inked with peacock feathers so there is quite a contrast but it's impossible to see in the picture. So that was one variation. It kind of makes a stepping stone look to the tag. On the Rudolph ornament I left the spool completely intact. I still cut my image slightly smaller than the spool and since the spool was red it left a nice red edge when I glued the image onto it. 

Here are the backs of the ornaments. Before adding the paper to the back I put some ribbon for a hanger and then glue the designer paper to the back of the spool. Use a heavy duty glue for this. I usually use my hot glue gun to put the ribbon on and to add the paper I used Gina K Connect glue.  The images I used are from Bugaboo: Reindeer Christmas Goodies and Winter Cat and Puppy Dog. You might notice that I colored the dog in traditional Christmas colors and the cat very differently. Cats seem to go their own way so I colored him in nontraditional colors. 

And here's my tags on the respective gifts. I bought Christmas mugs for each of the grand nieces and nephews, filled them with hot chocolate packages and mini marshmallows. They are wrapped in Christmas cellophane and then tied with a bow. I hung the tag ornaments from the bows. I have a few more of these to make before Christmas. You can decorate them anyway you like so they are fun to make. I am entering these challenges:
I hope to be back this evening with Day 4 of the Holiday Chaos challenge. Trying to keep us but I have a few other jobs to get done this afternoon too. Hope you have a wonderful Tuesday!


Monday, December 3, 2018

Thinking of You Today

Happy Monday and welcome to the new week. Lots going on this week. I needed a card today for a friend who is going through a rough time. I wanted to send a card hoping to cheer him up a bit.

I really like this image from Eureka Stamps called Snow Scene Circle. I colored the image with Spectrum Noir markers trying to match the cardstock I used and die cut the image with MFT Stitched Circle die. The strips of cardstock were embossed with the Cuttlebug Large Snowflake embossing folder. The sentiment was heat embossed with white embossing powder. The sentiment came in a blog candy with no identification for the company. I popped up the image from the card using fun foam. I am entering these challenges.

I did work on Day 3 of the Bugaboo Holiday Chaos challenge today too. The Stickles wasn't dry yet so I will post that tomorrow morning I hope. Thanks for stopping by today. Make it a great week!


Sunday, December 2, 2018

We Wish You a Sketchy Christmas

Happy Sunday! Day 2 of the Bugaboo Awkward Holiday Chaos challenge is a sketch challenge. And if you know me at all, you know that I love using sketches for my cards.

The Bugaboo image is Christmas Trio Block. I colored the images with Spectrum Noir and American Craft markers, fussy cut them out and added Crystal Stickles to Santa's hat and snowflakes through the card. Santa's hat, Rudolph's nose and the snowman's hat are covered with Wink of Stella. All the designer paper is scraps from American Craft. The sentiment was a freebie from Bird's Cards. The sentiment is die cut with MFT Essential Fishtail Sentiment Strips. I backed all the layers with black card stock. I am entering these challenges:
The twins were here all afternoon. We had a great time together. I was hoping to get outside more but it was very windy and it was a cold wind. They did have a ball though with the new magnetic letters and numbers that we bought for the refrigerator and the lights on the Christmas tree. They filled their tummies with lasagna, stir fried veggies, pineapple and blueberries and a little ice cream. I'm sure they will sleep well tonight. Hope you had a wonderful Sunday. Thanks for stopping by my blog!


Saturday, December 1, 2018

Holy Flurry of Chaos

Weel, Beccy's challenge has ended and the Bugaboo challenge begins today. This challenge is all about the awkward holiday chaos.
Day 1 challenge is Holy Flurry of Chaos: create a project that includes some type of snow. 
Here's my card!

I used a Bugaboo stamp called Winter Penguin Trio. I colored the penguins with Spectrum Noir markers. I added Crystal Stickles to the snow and some of the snowflakes. The plaid paper is MFT Merry & Bright Plaid. The sentiment is from a retired Peachy Keen Stamp set. The big snowflakes are stickers and I added some self-adhesive gems to the middle. I am entering these challenges:
The twins will be heading here tomorrow some time so I'm hoping to get time to craft after they go home. Thanks for stopping by today. Have a super wonderful Sunday!


Friday, November 30, 2018

One Final Card

November has gone by so fast! And I think it's been the best month this year. I not only have my Christmas cards completed but I've made some new online friends and I have a ton of new card ideas that I want to try thanks to Beccy's Place A Month of Holiday Cards challenge. What an incredibly fun month it's been. Thanks to Beccy for everything! I have one last card to post. I would probably have time to make one more but I've decided I need to clean up my craft space. After creating this past month pretty much non-stop my craft area looks like a bomb went off there. So after this post, I'm going to go see if I can straighten it up and get ready to move forward with Christmas preparation.
One of my favorite stamp sets of Beccy's is her Nativity stamp set.  She has a new nativity set coming out in December that I am very excited about. She showed us a sneak peek during the challenge. But I used her original set for this card.

This is actually a second try at this card. I cut the first card up to use as masks for this second card. I printed the nativity scene and the sectiment on cardstock. The sentiment is from Create with TLC. I first did the yellow aura with Fossilized Amber distress ink and then covered the image and sentiment with the masks. I then inked the background with Seedless Preserves, Salty Ocean, and Black Soot distress oxide inks. After I unmasked the areas I used some of the Salty Ocean to blend in the sentiment. I scattered water droplets across the ink to maybe give it starry appearance and finished it off with the die cut star from Penny Black Manger die. The card base is a purple cardstock. I am entering these challenges:
I just want to thank Beccy Muir again for a wonderfully enjoyable month of crafting. I can't wait for next year! Off to clean up my craft area for the next project. Have a super weekend!


Day 30 Do What You Love

Today is the last day for Beccy's Place A Month of Holiday Cards. Day 30's challenge is to do what you love, kind of an anything goes challenge. So I love penguins and I have a DIL who is a huge penguin fan and I hadn't used that image at all for the challenge so I decided to do a penguin card.

This stamp set is Finn's Hot Chocolate by Beccy.  Finn is colored with Spectrum Noir markers and die cut with MFT Stitched Circles. I also inked the edge with Peacock Feathers distress ink. The sentiment (It's beginning to look a latte like Christmas) is from Create with TLC and die cut with Gina Marie Designs Wine Labels. I inked inside the die with Peacock Feathers too. All the designer papers are from American Craft. The card base is black cardstock and the layering cardstock is also black. I added some snowflakes from a retired Gina K stamp set on the image and sentiment. I am entering these challenges:

Thanks for stopping by today. December is right around the corner. Christmas is getting closer, oh my! Time to get serious about decorating and send all these cards out. Have a super Friday!


Thursday, November 29, 2018

Christmas Kitty

While looking through some blogs this afternoon I came across a card that had a Zebra Striped frame and a Christmas greeting inside the frame. I thought sure it had to be a Z card for Beccy's challenge. And I thought it was a brilliant idea! But when I went back to look for it again (to give credit) I couldn't find it. Ugh! And I wasn't able to locate it on Beccy's blog either. At any rate I thought it was genius for the Z prompt and I liked it so much I thought I'd do an animal card with animal print paper.

This is Christmas Kitty from QKR Stampede colored with Spectrum Noir markers. I die cut the kitty, frame and the stripe across the background from MFT Blueprints 32. The banner flags in the upper left corner were die cut from MFT Essential Fishtail Sentiment Strips. All the animal print papers are from my scrap box. For Girl Scout day camp one year we did an animal theme and these papers are left over from camp. The card looks very dark in the photo but it isn't quite that dark in real life. I added three gold enamel dots and and ornament from MFT Happy Pawlidays.

The inside of the card continues the same theme. The sentiment is also from MFT Happy Pawlidays. I am entering these challenges.

I will probably have one more card today, at least I hope to. This month has really flown by and I've enjoyed creating all these Christmas cards. I now have a nice stash that I can start writing out to friends and family. Thanks to Beccy Muir for the inspiration and the fun challenges and the motivation to get myself into the Christmas spirit. She is definitely one of a kind. If you haven't been to Beccy's Place please visit her site and check out her wonderful images! Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!


Day 29 The Dreaded Z Card

Happy Thursday! This is the first day in quite some time that I have nothing pressing that needs to get done. I am posting my card for Day 29 of Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards. We have come to the last letter, Z! Where did November go? It's gone by so fast. For my card, I made a double Z fold card. As I was deciding how to decorate this card I was thinking that I hadn't used any snowmen on my cards this month, so I actually went back to review all the cards I made for the Month of Holiday Cards challenge. And I used a snowman on my very first card for A. So I decided it was high time to use another snowman.

The stamp set I used for this card is from Beccy's Place called Snow Angels. I used two of the snow angel images and two of the sentiments from the set. I found another envelope of holiday paper scraps last night so I used some of those to make this card. I used Beccy's Double Z Fold Card Tutorial to help me with the construction. She does a wonderful job of explaining exactly what needs to be done. The sentiment visible in this photo was die cut with Gina Marie Designs Wine Labels die. I fussy cut the snow angel images, colored them with Spectrum Noir markers and added Crystal Stickles to the halos and snow area and Wink of Stella to their wings. Here's another view.

Really happy with the way this one turned out. And it was such fun to make. I am entering these challenges.
So far this morning I got some errands done and phone calls in that have been on my list. I am waiting on a friend that's supposed to pick something up. I've gotten two loads of laundry and two loads of dishes done so I am energized to get some crafting done this afternoon. Hope you have a wonderful day too!


Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Day 28 The Letter Y

I do believe that this is my most difficult letter. Probably a better description is that it's my most unimaginative. I looked at last year's card and I used the same image and the same theme, "yellow."

The image is one of my favorites from Beccy's Place: Christmas Lantern (and it's a freebie!) I colored it with Spectrum Noir and Copic markers and die cut the image panel with Spellbinders Classic Rectangles. I found the sentiment in my stash so I'm not sure where it came from. If you know please add to the comments so I can give proper credit. I colored the sentiment strip with the same yellow as the glow of the lantern and then die cut it with one of the dies from MFT Blueprints 32. I added two heart brads and matched them to the colors of the flowers. The background designer paper is from Imagine That! Digis by Kris. The card base is black cardstock and I made the layering black also to pop the yellow.
I am entering these challenges:
So, for the moment I am all caught up. LOL! At least until this afternoon when the new challenges comes out. I am off to Head Start this morning to play with the twins and their friends. But first I have to bundle up. Stay warm and safe out there.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Day 27 is X

My card tonight for Beccy's Place A Month of Holiday Cards is for the letter X. Last year I used this same stamp set because it's so perfect for this letter, but I did something entirely different. The stamp set is Simon Says Big Holiday Wishes and it features X's and O's . So I cut the two letters apart and here's what I did.

I created a Christmas tree using my MISTI and some ink. For the X's I used Bundled Sage distress ink on the first inking and then rolled MFT Elf Green around the edges and stamped again. So it gave the X's a two toned effect. I tried that with the star also but it doesn't show up as well. I used Squeezed Lemonade and Fossilized Amber on the star. The sentiment is also from the Simon Says stamp set. The little boy image with the dog is from MFT Little Buddies, which is not a Christmas set at all. But I thought the dog kind of looked like he was giving kisses to his best buddy. And I added some mistletoe to the card just under the sentiment. Using the X's to make the Christmas tree was lots of fun! I am entering these challenges:

I have one more card to catch up with for this challenge. So maybe I'll be caught up soon. It snowed most of today. We are definitely cold, cold, cold and white, white, white right now. But by Saturday it's supposed to be back up to 60 degrees again. This up and down will surely have everyone sick. Tomorrow is my day at Head Start so we'll see how the kids are doing. Hope all is well with you!


Day 26: W is for Wreath

Good morning! I am happy to say that I am getting caught up after the Thanksgiving Holiday. I still have a few things to get caught up on but it won't be today as I am gone from home all day today. Earlier this fall I was able to take a craft class from Gina and Rina K from Gina K Designs. It was all about the Gina K Wreath Builder. I bough the wreath builder but haven't had much time to play with it. So I was excited that "W" had finally come around! Of course I hadn't bought the Christmas Wreath Builder set so I had to go hunting for stamps to use. Here's what I came up with.

The holly leaves and berries are from a retired Flourishes stamp set called Drummer Boy. The flower and additional leaf sprig is from the actual Wreath Builder kit. I stamped the holly in Memento Black ink and then colored them with Prismacolor Pencils. The flowers I stamped with MFT Cherry Crisp pigment ink and the sprigs I stamped with MFT Elf Green pigment ink. The sentiment is from another retired Flourishes stamp set called Christmas Music. I cut the stamp into two words so I could stamp them beneath one another. To finish it off I added some tiny white pearls to the center of each flower. I love how this turned out. Looking forward to playing some more with the wreath builder! I am entering these challenges:

I am off to exercise class this morning and then volunteering at  Opportunity House this afternoon. Today is half off everything in the store so I know we will be very busy. I'm not exactly sure if I will be a cashier, a bagger, or floating in the store but I'm sure they will keep me busy! Thanks for stopping by. Hopefully I will be back with my X card later today. Have a super day!


Monday, November 26, 2018

Day 25: V for Vintage

I'm back again with another card today. Day 25 at Beccy's Place A Month of Holiday Card challenge was the letter V. I decided to go for vintage.

The image is from Luna Girl digital stamps. The sentiment is so cute. It's part of the image. It reads:
Wish I could be there
Your Christmas gifts to see
But since I can't I'm sending
This Christmas Wishing Tree.
I have lots of relatives that we don't see on a regular basis so this image would be perfect for them. I'm not crazy about the card design though. I used the Sketch Saturday sketch
I did turn the sketch. The stripes are washi tape. The pendant in the background is a die cut from Spellbinder's Contemporary Hearts Pendant. The background designer paper is from American Craft. I backed several layers with black cardstock. The card bast is white.
I am entering these challenges:
Thanks for dropping by I am heading back to my desk to work on my "W" card. Hope you are all warm and safe. More snow is coming down here. 


T is for Teddy and Tree

I thought I would get this posted earlier but time slipped away from me this morning. It snowed too and we had a wintery mix but fortunately nothing is sticking. It was in the 60s over the weekend but our brief glimpse of warmer weather is now just a memory. Winter has returned. Tonight we are supposed to get more nasty weather. So my Stickles has dried and here's my T card!

The image is from Bugaboo stamps called Christmas Teddy Tree. I colored him with a variety of markers, used white gel pen for accents and Crystal Stickles for parts of the Santa hat. The designer paper is from Close to my Heart. The kraft cardstock base was stamped with Versamark ink and a snowflake stamp. The red and white striped paper was die cut with one of the Spellbinders Classic Triple Scallop dies. I added some green self-adhesive gemstones for embellishments. The sentiment is from The Paper Shop (sadly no longer in business). I am entering these challenges:

So this evening I'll go back to trying to catch up with Beccy's challenge. Not many days left in November so I'll have to get a move on. Thanks for stopping by. I'll leave you with a picture of a little playground excursion we took while the weather permitted over the weekend. The twins had a ball at the playground! 

Have a wonderful day!

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