Day 8 of the 24 Crafts of Christmas

Hi, Guys,

Happy Thursday!  I hope everyone has been enjoying their Thursday.  I can not believe the weekend is almost here.  I had a busy day today, I was able to get my grocery shopping done.  I am so lucky to be a stay at home mom.  I love my boys but it is awful taking them grocery shopping.  First off they are boys and they hate shopping unless it involves video games.  Secondly, we all know that we end up with way more stuff in our cart and thirdly your mind becomes mush and you can not follow your list, and forget all the coupons.  So I do enjoy that I can do my grocery shopping alone.  
I also want to say to all you working moms out there I don’t know how you manage work and family life.  I seem to never have enough time in the day to get done what I need too.  My house seems to never be clean and laundry is almost never caught up.  My craft room is a disaster right now.  You guys are lucky I only shoot my videos in a small area of my craft room.  

I’m in need of some serious cleaning!!  I was able to clean off a spot on my desk and work on a quick card.  It’s a Thank you card.  What a cute little card to send out to everyone who thought of you at Christmas.  
I used scraps of my Christmas paper that are no longer available through stampin’ up.  You can use any paper you have.  The card is measured at 4 by 4, the designer paper was cut at 3 3/4 by 2, and the white was cut at 1 by 2.  I used Tin of Cards stamp set (order here) for the Thanks and I recently purchased the Greetings From stamp set.  It is currently in the close out sale and it’s only $6.98 WOW!  Here is a picture of the stamp set.(order here)  It’s cute.
 I used the pine trees and I used Garden Green to stamp it out and I used Old Olive to color them.  I used my blender pens to color the Old Olive. You can also purchase the Old Olive marker to color them in too.   Snail Adhesive was also used.  I hope you guys like the card.  Happy Thursday!!!

Author: Chris

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