Tuesday, December 22, 2015


Hey all! Welcome to the last 
Coloring Down the Lines Blog Hop 
before Christmas!!! I can't believe it's finally here! The weather in New England sure is keeping us on our toes this season! Unseasonably warm! But I'm sure not complaining!  But here we go!!!

It's a small hop this week as everyone is getting ready for Christmas, but if you've hopped from Helen's blog I know you had fun there! And now continue to Sandy's blog & enjoy her creation!  You will love it!!!

Our colors this week are Basic Black, Real Red, Crumb Cake, Smoky Slate, Soft Sky and Mossy Meadow!

Here's my card:

I am so going to miss this stamp set-Among the Branches.  It will be disappearing with the Holiday Catalog at the end of the month.  I've really used it a lot since the catalog came out, and I find it quite versatile! Ah well-all good things must come to an end! lol Wait until you see some of my new goodies from the Occasions Catalog! Starting next week!!! Woohoo!!!

So I decided to feature some of the "retirees" from that Holiday Catalog since it's so short lived now.  The 1/8" Real Red ribbon will greatly be missed! As will the very fun Home for Christmas Enamel Dots! The colors are great, and I'm sure I'll find use for the Very Vanilla & Real Red ones with Valentines Day coming up! 

Don't know what I'd do without my Brick Wall Embossing Folder! It's really a great all -around go-to folder! Lots of fun! And add in the 
Lots of Labels Framelits & you've got a winning combination!!!

Well, must run for now! Off to get the Christmas menu done! And wrap gifts. And clean the house for visitors. And.......well-you get the picture! lol  

I would like to extend my wishes and prayers for all my followers that you  have a safe, blessed and happy Christmas.  Enjoy your family and friends. Take time to look at the lights. It's a magical time for me, and I look forward to this year being just as amazing. Merry Christmas to you all.

Merry Stampin'!

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