Happy Monday everyone. I hope yours started out better than mine did. Our dog Sophie decided to bring another dead squirrel into the house and I found it. It almost scared the life out of me. I was totally freaking out but knew I could not leave it until Rich got home from work so I got the pooper scooper put it in there and got it out. It took a lot of courage but I did it. I am still traumatized by it though. This is the 7th squirrel she has killed now and the second one she has brought into the house. You would think those squirrel's would learn to say away by now but they don't they keep coming back. On top of that my PTI order did not arrive today like I was hoping it would. I read in the forum that people in California got their orders already but nothing here. It doesn't make any sense since my order went in before midnight. Hopefully it will be here tomorrow and Sophie will not bring anymore squirrels in.
Today I wanted to share with you a card I have been working on all weekend. I started with Mercy's sketch from last week. This is the sketch.
This is what I came up with
I have been wanting to use this PI digi image from Heather Ellis for awhile now and since Christmas is Saturday I thought it was the perfect time to use it. I started by resizing the image then printed it out on Neenah Solar White cardstock. After that I colored it with Copics and added red stickles and silver German glass glitter to the tree. The background paper is from this digi paper pack. Berry Sorbet Grossgrain ribbon was added to the middle section. The stars were cut with the smallest Nestibilities star die then covered with Silver Vintage German Glass Glitter from this Etsy shop. I finished it off with some Simply Charturse Cardstock and machine stitching. I am also entering this in the Moxie Fab World Glitter is Glam Challenge too. That's all for now. I hope the rest of your week is a good one and you have a great Christmas if I don't get a chance to post again before then. As always thanks for stopping by and have a great night.
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