Saturday, November 30, 2019

Doing What I Love

If you visit my blog often, you'll know that I love to make cards from sketches. It gives my brain something to think about while I'm considering other aspects of the card. So that's what I did today for Beccy's last challenge. I picked a sketch and ran with it.

I used Beccy's Silver Bells Digital Stamps colored with Spectrum Noir Markers and die cut with MFT Stitched Circles. The papers are from my scrap stash and you might also remember that I LOVE to use plaid, so I picked that paper for a reason. The card base is yellow card stock to bring out the flowers in the image. The third things that I love about this card is the layering. I love to layer and especially in dark card stock as it brings the colors of the papers and image popping off the card. So sadly this is the last challenge for Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards. This month of November has flown by. I really want to thank Beccy for her generosity and tenacity at leaving comments. She comments on every card (and this year there are over 1100 cards and I wouldn't be at all surprised if it doesn't reach 1200.). And the comments are very informative, not just "great card!" I am so impressed with the time and energy that she puts into this challenge every year. Thank you Beccy! I am entering these challenges:
We arrived home this afternoon from our Thanksgiving trip home. The twins came with us and Arthur entertained everyone with his alphabet and numbers. I noticed this weekend he is tracing the letters in the books now. Soon he'll be writing I guess. That's pretty impressive for a little guy who just turned 3. I am trying to get one more card done for this challenge. There are so many things that I love about card making that I couldn't get them all in one.  So I hope to get that one up soon. Thanks for stopping by. Have a blessed day!


Thursday, November 28, 2019

Z is for Z-Fold

Happy Thanksgiving to all my U.S. friends. I hope everyone has a chance to celebrate with family or friends. I am so thankful for all of you. I am truly blessed to have so many wonderful people in my life. Today is Day 29 at Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards and the challenge is Z. I made a double Z-fold card.

I used the tutorial from Beccy's Place to make the Double Z-Fold. The gorgeous poinsettia spray is from Beccy's Place Poinsettia Digital Stamps. I colored the image with Prisma Colored Pencils and fussy cut  the image. The designer paper were all scraps from my scrap box. I found the little ticket in my Christmas stash.

The card looks so much better in person. Really like how this one turned out. I am entering these challenges:
This month has been fun using the alphabet for prompts and dedicating the challenge to my grandson Arthur who is learning the alphabet. Arthur's usual Z word is zebra. So thrilled that he's so smart at 3 years old. Thanks for making so many nice comment about him this month. Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed Thanksgiving day!


Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Y is for Yum

Happy day before Thanksgiving, at least for us in the U.S. We spent the afternoon driving to Tom's Dad's house to celebrate tomorrow with his family. The twins will have Thanksgiving dinner at home early tomorrow afternoon and then they'll drive here to meet up with us. Day 28 at Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards is the letter "Y". I thought for a long time about Y before I decided to make this tag.

I found this plate that I thought would be great to add some gingerbread cookies for Santa. So I turned this into a cute tag. The Jolly Gingerbread and Joyful Gingerbread are free at Beccy's blog. The sentiment is computer-generated and die cut with MFT Essential Sentence Strips. Then I added the To and From stamps from a retired Gina K stamp set. I am entering these challenges:

Arthur's Y word is yo-yo. He's gets so excited and he says yo-yo really fast. He's a real cutie. If you live in the U.S. we wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. May you have a restful and fun day together. Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!


Tuesday, November 26, 2019

X is for Kisses

Day 27 of Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards is the dreaded letter X. The most obvious would be Xmas but I rarely use that term as Christ needs to be in Christmas. So I usually go in a different direction.

This image is from Beccy's Place called Finn and Molly. It was perfect for my X card with the mistletoe on his hat. I have an retired stamp set from Simon Says Stamps called Big Holiday Wishes that has a stamp of the X and Os on my card. It also has the sentiment that I used. I cut the image panel with MFT Blueprints 13 die. It has a stitched edge around the panel. I am entering these challenges:

Arthur's X word is ziyophone (xylophone); at least that's what it sounds like. Arthur and Valerie are on break from Head Start this week so we took them for a chuck of the day to give their parents some time to themselves. Since the rain hadn't arrived yet and it was in the 50s, we decided to go to the playground for a while. After that we had lunch at Culver's Restaurant where the kid's meals included frozen yogurt. So I'll leave you today with pictures of Valerie and Arthur eating their ice cream. My husband texted these picture to the while family with the caption: "Ice cream so good you need two spoons." Have a blessed day. Thanks for stopping by.


Open Border Die Technique

Hope your day is going well! I have another Christmas card that I made with the Open Border Technique. You can see my first card that I made with this technique.  I really like the way these turned out and they are really easy to do.

I used Beccy's Place Snow Angels stamp set that I colored with Spectrum Noir markers and then fussy cut him. I added some Stickles to his halo and some Diamond Stickles to the snow at the bottom (hard to see). The die cuts are from Spellbinder's Holiday die. I backed that area with dark green card stock so it would show through the die cuts.

I didn't show this angle on my first post but you can see better the actual die cut areas and the extra car stock piece. I am entering these challenges:
That's it for now. Have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by!


Monday, November 25, 2019

W is for Winter

While my card today is all about winter, our weather has been rather mild. We hit 56 today and had some sunshine. There was a cool breeze. But changes are coming. If you are in the snow storm my thoughts and prayers are with you. When it hits here, temperatures should be too warm for snow. We are just supposed to get a lot of rain. But here's a winter card.

I have a really great Internet friend (waving hi Valerie) that I met once a few years ago. This will be her Christmas card. She lives in Vancouver, Canada and we had the opportunity to meet up while my husband was attending a conference in Vancouver. We became fast friends. So this card features Beccy's Place Snowman Digital Stamp; both the image and sentiment. The designer papers are from American Craft and Close to my Heart. The panels are die cut with Gina Marie Designs Cross Stitched Rectangles. All layers are backed with black card stock. The snowflakes are dies from My Favorite Things and Paper Smooches. The snowflakes each have a pear; at the center. I embellished with some silver sequins that are filled with Dimensional Magic for some sparkle. The edges of the image.sentiment panel are inked with Peacock Feathers Distress Ink. I am entering these challenges:

Arthur's "W" word is "wa-ter-mel-in". He really spaces it out when he says it; likes he's practicing his diction. He's such a character. Thanks for stopping by. Have a blessed day!


V is for Vintage

Day 25 at Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards is the letter "V". I chose vintage as my "v" word.

The image is from Luna Girl Digital Stamps. The sentiment is from Create with TLC and directly printed on the designer paper. All designer paper is from American Craft. The pearl embellishments are from DecoTime.  A pretty easy card. I am entering these challenges:

Arthur's "V" word is "viowin" (violin). You have to love how little ones say things while they are learning new sounds. Somewhere he is hearing a song or something that's telling him the sounds because he's suddenly saying "B sound like bah, bah, bah. He picks things up so fast. Today and tomorrow we'll be getting ready to travel for Thanksgiving. It's so late in the month this year. There won;t be much time between Thanksgiving and Christmas. I'll be going into panic mode after we return home. LOL! Thanks for stopping by today. Have a blessed day!


Sunday, November 24, 2019

U is for U-Fold Card

The Piano Guys concert was awesome last night. A little too loud for me but I love their music! Nice to be home to sleep in my own bed tonight. Today I have a U-Fold card for Day 24 of Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards.

I used a non-Christmas Stamp for this card. The image is The Three Tenors Digital Stamps from Beccy's Place. I fussy-cut the image. Since they weren't very Christmas-y I added a bow tie to each from a W Plus 9 set called Unforgettable. I paper pieced the bows with Christmas paper scraps. The designer paper is from American Craft. I computer-generated he sentiment and die cut it with Spellbinders Labels 13 and inked with MFT Elf Green ink. To finish off I added some stickers from my stash that were music/Christmas oriented. I am entering these challenges:

This card will likely go to one of my sons. They both have two cats so they'd both get a ckick out of this card. The twins are napping at the moment so I thought I'd get this posted. Arthur's word for U is "unicorn." Today he's been busy with numbers rather than letters. So we haven't talked about the alphabet much. Hope your Sunday is blessed and thanks for stopping by!


Saturday, November 23, 2019

T is for Tree and Twisted Easel Card

Oh my gosh! Day 23! Where has November gone? Day 23 is the letter T challenge at Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards. I have never made a twisted easel card before so I knew I wanted to try that. I used the twisted easel tutorial at Beccy's Place. I love how this card turned out!

The image and sentiment are from Beccy's Place Oh Night Divine stamp set. The images are colored with Prisma Colored Pencils. Just love the tree! The card is 4 1/4 square. The base is red card stock. The designer paper is American Craft. The little colored lights that I used as my prop are from Wendy Made (got this as a freebie a long time ago and wasn't able to find on the Internet). I am entering these challenges:

I am heading back to my desk to see what else I can get done for a short while today. We travel to Louisville this afternoon for a concert tonight with The Piano Guys. We have a hotel room tonight and drive back tomorrow morning. A little break away from the routine. Hope your weekend is relaxing!


Friday, November 22, 2019

S is for Snow Family

Day 22 is the letter S at Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards. I really went back and forth trying to decide what to use for S. There are so many great S words for Christmas: snowmen, Santa, shepherds, stockings, etc. But I finally decided to use this snow family.

The image is from Beccy's Place Snowman Digital Stamps I colored them with Spectrum Noir and American Craft markers. The image is die cut with MFT Stitched Circles. The sentiment is from Beccy's Place Snow Angel Digital Stamps. I cut the words apart and mounted them on black card stock. The designer paper is from American Craft (snowflake paper) and Heartfelt Creations (the rest). All the layers are backed with black card stock. The base card is an off white card stock. I added a little sparkle to the snowpeople and sentiment with some  Eucalyptus Stickles. I am entering these challenges:

That's it for me today. The rest of my day is very busy. Since we'll be going out of town for the Thanksgiving Holiday I'm trying to work ahead a little bit. The end of November is fast approaching. Yikes! Thanks for taking the time to check out my card. Have a blessed day!


Thursday, November 21, 2019

Day 21 - Use Scraps

It's a break from the alphabet today and I was ready for it. Earlier this week I did this gift card holder using a Gina Marie Designs Quilt die. I cut 8 of the dies out with different Christmas scarps. So I had lots left over.

Using the die cut pieces I pieced them back together to form an entire square. What I learned after doing the first one is that haphazard doesn't give very good results. So if you check out my first attempt above there isn't much of a pattern to it. But these came out much nicer in my opinion. The die is 4 inches square so I mounted these on 4 1/4 inch red card bases and added the sentiment from AlteNew Halftone Holidays stamps, die cut with MFT Essential Fishtail Sentiment Strips. Pretty simple card but I think very pretty! I am entering these challenges:

Have one more volunteer job for this week. So by this evening I'll be done for the week. Having friends for dinner tomorrow so I'll be cleaning tomorrow morning. Want to find some time to craft later today. Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!


Wednesday, November 20, 2019

R is for Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

Busy day today but finished this card this afternoon for Day 20 of Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards for the Letter R. Who else would I think of for R but Rudolph.

This card is mainly created with dies. I'd never used the Delight Deer dies from My Favorite Things so I thought it would make a perfect Rudolph. And I wanted to create a scene so I used a die set called Scenic Winter that I won as blog candy. It came from a magazine so I don't know which one. So the trees and house are part of that die set. I inked the sky and the pond behind the trees with Distress Oxide inks: Salty Ocean, Mermaid Lagoon and Black Soot. I also added Yellow Stickles for stars. The dies are colored with American Craft markers. The sentiment is from AlteNew Halftone Holidays. And of course I added a red dot to the deer's nose. I am entering these challenges:

Arthur's words for "R" is raimbow and rinoserous. He does say them funny. But he says rhinoceros so fast and in a funny voice it makes me smile every time he says it. I am hoping to get another card done this evening so maybe I'll be back. Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!


Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Q is for Quilting

When you have lots of scraps of fabric do you sometimes make a quilt square? I'm not much into sewing although I just got a new-to-me sewing machine so I might have to try my hand at making a few projects for Christmas. So when Q arrived in Beccy's Month of Holiday Card challenge, I decided to use my scraps and make quilt squares using Gina Marie Designs Quilt die #3. I actually made a gift card holder as we tend to give gifts cards to family that is out of town and we won;t be able to see them over the holidays. It makes mailing much easier.

This is actually the back of the gift card holder with Beccy's Quilted Deer (a freebie) on the belly band. I did "dress up" the deer with a google eye. I thought it might give him a different look. All the paper is from American Craft. I simply die cut several pieces of scraps to make the quilt square.

This is the front of the gift card, with belly band in place. I used more scraps on the front of the green card stock base.

And finally the inside of the gift card holder. A fairly easy gift card holder to make. Just lots of paper piecing. I am entering these challenges:

Just in case you were wondering, Arthur's Q word is "queen". I don't think he has ever given me another q word but that one. I thought I might get caught up today with Beccy's challenge but I am just finishing this one as she posted the next challenge. LOL! Maybe by November 30th I'll be caught up. Have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by.


Monday, November 18, 2019

P is for Penguin and Patterned Paper

One more post for tonight. This card came together very easy and took hardly any time at all. My DIL loves penguins and Starbucks so I thought I'd send this card to my son and DIL.

The image is from Beccy's Place called Finn's Hot Chocolate. I was trying to make it look like a Polaroid Photo. The Patterned Paper that I used is from American Craft. The frame is from My Favorite Things Blueprints 32. The sentiment is from Create with TLC, die cut with Spellbinder's Labels Thirteen. I inked the sentiment while it was still in the die with MFT Elf Green ink. I am entering these challenges:

Arthur's word for "P" is "pengin". And he doesn't vary it often. I think he likes that word. Hope you have a blessed day. Thanks for stopping by. I'm off to bed!


O is for Open Border and Ornament

I got a chance to work on the letter O today. When Arthur was here yesterday he was very busy playing with shapes. He kept telling me about the octagon on our refrigerator. It amazes me that he know what all the easy shapes are in addition to an octagon and pentagon at 3 years old. Really blows my mind. So I thought about doing something with an octagon but found this fun tutorial on open border cards instead. Jennifer McGuire never disappoints me!

I found I didn't have many background dies but did find a Christmas one by Spellbinders. So the Joy and candy canes are die cut from the top folding card vase. I backed the inside of the card with red textured paper so it would show through the die cuts. The image is a freebie from Beccy's Place called Stanley's Bauble. I colored the image with Spectrum Noir markers and fussy cut him out; popping him up with foam tape on the card. The frame idea I saw on one of Beccy's cards earlier this week and really wanted to try it. I am entering these challenges:

Back to my desk now to try to get another card finished tonight before bed time. Seems my day never quite goes the way I expect and time gets away from me. But I'll get done what I can. Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!

Sunday, November 17, 2019

N is for North Pole

A quick post this morning before the twins get here. And Beccy has a race on so .... Last night I finished my Letter N card but the glitter glue was drying so I snapped my picture this morning and voila!

The North Pole image is from Bugaboo Stamps called Sign It North Pole, colored with American Craft markers and then I added glitter glue for the snow and icicles and some on the pole. The sentiment on the sign is computer generated. The designer paper is from Close to my Heart, The green paper is embossed with Cuttlebug large snowflakes, The red frilly tape was used to give it some pizzazz. The Ho ho ho sentiment is from Bird's Cards. I finished off with a little ribbon. I am entering these challenges:

Arthur's "N" word has been "nose" lately. Then he has to show his nose and maybe sing "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes." That's one of Valerie's favorite songs. When it snowed the other day we changed it to "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Boots." She got a kick out of that. Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!


Saturday, November 16, 2019

M Is for Music

One of the things I like best about the holiday season is the music and all the carols. I love them all from "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" to "Oh Holy Night". All of my immediate family plays an instrument so music has been part of our lives for a long time. While I was contemplating what to do for Day 15 of Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards I decided on music!

The photo doesn't do this card justice. The background is a stamp from Christmas Music by Flourishes (sadly no longer in business). The music is actually for Angels We Have Heard on High. I used Memento Desert Sand ink to match the card base of kraft card stock. The image is Vintage Carolers by Create with TLC. The sentiment is from Desert Diva. The designer paper is from American Craft. I layered each element with green card stock. To add a little sparkle I used self-adhesive gems. I am entering these challenges:
Tomorrow the twins will be here again. Arthur's M word lately has been "mushroom". But he used to say mice for M too. 
Every time I think I'm going to get craft time something comes up. Today we had to move out of our bedroom and into another room in the house because of water damage. Tom is removing part of the ceiling where water has leaked through. So it took quite some time to move all the furniture and empty all the closets. Once the repairs are made we'll need to repaint and figure out what to do about new bedspread and curtains. Never a dull moment around here. Hope you have some crafty time this weekend. Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!


Friday, November 15, 2019

Whooo's Ready for Dueling Day

It's the 15th of the month (November is moving along quickly) and it's time for another duel between the Divas and the Dazzlers. Beth and Heather were our hostesses this month and our theme is Owls. I'm a Dazzler and Beth sent my kit. What a fun one it is. Her's what she wrote:
" Heather was gracious and allowed me to pick the final theme from the three we were considering, and those of you who know me, know I'm crazy for owls." And here's what she sent:

  • Image is from Hero Arts 
  • Sentiments from Technique Junkies
  • Sequins from Craft Medley
  • Brads from Creative Impressions
  • Eyelets from We R Memory Keepers
  • Self adhesive enamel dots from Doodlebug
  • Yellow and pink ribbon (unknown)
  • Buttons from Favorite Findings
  • Silver Twine from Celebrate It
  • Pink/Orange twine from Recollections
  • One-sided paper from DCWV, The Spring Stack II
  • Plaid paper from Doodlebug
And to finish things off Beth kindly sent me (and probably all the Dazzlers) a stamp with an owl on it. Mine says "Made by Donna". It's so CUTE! Thank you Beth!

When I opened the kit I fell in love with this gorgeous water color looking paper. It was actually two-sided and I like the other side too but opted to go with this side. I colored the image Spectrum Noir markers and then fussy cut it. I needed a birthday card pronto so so I used one of my sentiments from Paper Makeup Stamps (sadly out of business). I added some of the pink ribbon and some of the enamel dots. I used Dimensional Magic on the flowers and eyes. I used the sketch at Try Stampin' on Tuesday for inspiration. Here is the inside of my card:

And here's the stamp that Beth sent me. The photo is not good. So sorry!

I hope you'll check out the fun duel this month. Links are on the right side of my page. Thanks to Beth and Heather for a wonderful duel. Have a blessed day!


Thursday, November 14, 2019

A Latte Layers

Almost the weekend! Yippee! I volunteered for one more shift this week tomorrow morning at Opportunity House. They are having a half price sale tomorrow so I'll go in to help with that. It's always a very busy day. So today I worked on my Day 14 card (the letter L) for Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards. I wish I had made the image smaller.

So this card started with the sentiment by Create with TLC. I've had it for a while and really thought it would be cute to use on a card. I'm nit a coffee drinker so I haven't collected a lot of image of coffee and tea cups. But I found this one in my collection. So my L card is for a latte of layers/ There are lots of layers on this card. I used black card stock to back each of the layers. The designer paper is from American Craft. The image by Stamping with Gail is paper pieced and colored with Spectrum Noir markers. I added some brads to the image piece. I am entering these challenges:

Arthur's original L word was lion but recently it's been lollipop. He's pretty good at the L sound. That's it for me tonight. I didn't sleep well last night so I hope it is better tonight. Thanks for stopping by. Have a blessed day!


Wednesday, November 13, 2019

K is for Kings

One card this evening. Still playing catch up with cards. The good news is I mailed my last birthday card for this month. But I have a bunch of birthdays at the beginning of December that I should work on too. So my back log isn't quite caught up yet. Tonight I worked on K for Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards. It was a pretty easy choice for me: Kings!

This is two of Beccy's set merged together. The baby Jesus is from the Lamb of God Digital Stamp Set and the kings are from the Nativity Digital Stamps. I die cut the panel with the frame from MFT Blueprints 13. The sentiment is from Technique Tuesday Christ is Born Stamp set. I chose this sentiment because I can imagine the peace that the Kings felt after traveling so far and searching so long for this special baby. I stamped it in Versafine Onyx Black and heat embossed it with Clear embossing powder. The star is from Technique Tuesday Nativity dies. I die cut it four times and glued them together for some dimension. I am entering these challenges:

That's it for me this evening. I have to get ready for volunteering at Opportunity House tomorrow morning. I have some things to price and sort through things my daughter brought a donations. Then I'll need to pack my car. Never a dull moment. Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!


Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Happy Birthday

I needed a birthday card for a little girl who loves to strut her stuff. So I came up with this card.

I love the sunglasses on the cupcake. She will love it too. I think her favorite colors are pink and purple so I used those on the card. The image and sentiment are from Pattie's Creations. I added the sequins in the corner and covered them and the sunglasses with Mod Podge Dimensional Magic to give it a little dimension. I think she'll like this one! I am entering these challenges:

That's all I finished today. I am still 2 cards behind but gaining ground. Thanks for sticking with me through it all. Have a blessed day!


J is for Jolly

I have another card for Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards. Day 12 is the letter J. I went with Jolly Ole Saint Nick. Have a Jolly Christmas!

My image and sentiment are from Beccy's The Big Guy Stamp Set. I wish this was the letter L because this card had lots of layers. The designer paper is from American Craft. I backed everything with red card stock. The card base is green card stock. I used Spellbinder's Standard Rectangles and Scalloped Rectangles. I also used a corner rounder for the image. I am entering these challenges:

Arthur has several J words that he likes. "Jackolantern" seemed to be his favorite for quite some time but he also used "jelly and jam." He has memorized so many books that it's hard telling where he gets his words. I have one more post for this evening. Tomorrow is one of our volunteer days and we have to pick up the twins from Head Start so it will be busy. Thanks for stopping by. Have a blessed day!

I is for Ice Skating

Happy Tuesday! We have bright sunshine today but very cold outside. I did venture out for a little bit to run a couple errands but glad to get home again away from icy parking lots and cold winds. I am still catching up with Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards. Today I have Day 11: I is for ice skating. Predictably, Arthur's I word is ice cream and I've never heard him give an alternative. And he knows where the ice cream is kept. If you get it out, he usually follows with whipped cream(his grandpa's doing). So here is my ice skating card.

This image is from Bugaboo stamps called Winter Bird - Skate. The image is colored with Spectrum Noir, Copic, and Bic markers and die cut with Spellbinder's Labels 35. The sentiment is from Crafty Nomad. The banners and sentiment are die cut with MFT Pierced Fishtail Flags. I created the background (because I couldn't believe I had no blue snowflake paper) with Peachy Keen Stamps Chill, Baby, Chill stamp set.The banners are scraps from my scrap box. I am entering these challenges:

I have at least one more post today and hopefully 2. I'm working to get caught up but things just keep getting in the way. Thanks for stopping by and have a blessed day!


Monday, November 11, 2019

Non-Holiday Stamp

Day 11's challenge at Beccy's Month of Holiday Cards was to use a non-holiday stamp on your Christmas card. Since this challenge is dedicated to my grandson Arthur (who's learning his alphabet) I decided to make this one his Christmas card. One of his favorite words is "turrruck" (translated truck), and especially if it's Grandpa's turrruck.

Now this truck looks nothing like Grandpa's truck but I thought the red gave it a little Christmas feel. I was hoping to find a bow that I could load into the truck bed but so far I haven't come across anything that will work. I'll keep my eye out. So the image and part of the sentiment come from Beccy's The Long Haul Digital Stamp Set. I added the "on Christmas" in Word. The image is die cut with Spellbinder's Circles Large and backed with Spellbinder's Scalloped Circles Large. The sentiment is die cut with Clear Dollar Stamps' Designer Labels. It's a three piece die set. I used American Craft designer paper in the background and added three gems to the top right. I was really looking for hearts in my stash but everything I had was too big. I am entering these challenges:

The snow continues to fall. Tom just came back from a walk looking like a snowman. He said he was watching all the people sliding off the road down the street from us. We are blessed to be able to stay home on days/nights like this. Thanks for stopping by. Have a blessed day!

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