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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Snowmany Thanks!

Happy Wednesday, everyone!

I know a lot of you are already working on your beautiful Christmas cards.  I am too!  But I am also working on my Christmas thank you notes.  Yup!  From the time I was small, my mother always taught me that a gift of any kind deserved not only a verbal thank you, but a hand written one as well.  A custom I have passed to my daughter and she has passed to her son.  When I saw this darling digi from Sassy Cheryl, I knew he would be perfect for a thank you note!  He was easy to color and I needed only 3 simple dies:  Poppy Stamps Stitched Holly Leaves & Berries, Memory Box Stitched Star LayersLawn Fawn Large Stitched Square Stackables.

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I'll see you again next Wednesday!  Have a fantastic week and don't forget to do something creative!



  1. Snowmany wonderful things about this card. Your stellar coloring and the beautiful dies make this a standout card. Love the bold colors.

  2. Sherri
    I love this snowman and how you designed your card! Christmas cards - I haven't even started - guess I will be buying the boxed variety! Oh, well. Love what you have created! Hugs

  3. Hi Sherri, wonderful snowman image, lovely colours on your Christmas card.
    Pam x

  4. A most darling snowman and super cute and colorful stripey papers! All these cute images you choose and your fabulous coloring of them has captured my heart right from the beginning. I love this! Yes, it's always nice to send thank you cards even though you may have already given a verbal or a thanks in an email. I once read that an emailed thanks was sufficient, but I'd really rather send a card. I appreciate the reminder. I recently sent a thank you card, but did not email. I guess it was received. These days we get so dependent on the computer, but I'm still fond of the old ways, too.