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Friday, May 25, 2012

Wishing you a Merry Little Christmas for this Festive Friday Number Ten!

Greetings!!! Welcome to the tenth installment of Terri Sproul's 2012 Festive Friday Bloghop! It's the end of May and Memorial Day Weekend is here! Are you working on your holiday craft projects yet??? You should have arrived here from Laura's Page. To get back to the beginning of the bloghop CLICK HERE.

Happy Festive Friday! Here's a sweet little card made with a mossy green cardstock base layered with a scrap of Basic Grey Holiday Paper {I have a secret stash of this stuff} and a few Sandy Lion Holiday stickers leftover from other Christmassy projects. I matted the word "Christmas" and put "merry little" on a torn piece of red patterned paper. This is all finished off with a couple creme photo corners. The presents have some glittery shimmery goodness on them, too! So Sweet!

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Thanks for visiting!!!
The next stop on the Festive Friday Bloghop
is Laura at Scrappin' Daphne - CLICK HERE.

It's a holiday weekend...YAY!!! With an extra day to play. There's some fantastic events online happening too. This is what I'll be participating in these this weekend...


Please hop on over to check out what I've created for both of these bloghops on SATURDAY AM. Just CLICK the images above to take you there {OWH will not be live until Saturday morning}. I hope you have a great Memorial Day Weekend!!! I'm on the hunt for some BBQ and some fresh sliced watermelon : ) Sb


  1. Pretty card! Of course you know I'm partial to Basic Grey...too bad no froggy though! LOL! :)

  2. love your card!!!!

  3. This is a really sweet Christmas Card. I love the more CAS Design with the beautiful stripes and presents.

  4. simply wonderful! I love using my scraps for cards too

  5. Love the layering and the sweet and simple sentiment, the colors are beautiful! Thanks for Sharing!


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