Monday, December 31, 2018
I wanted to thank everyone who takes the time and stops by my blog. I always enjoy reading your comments and seeing the wonderful creative projects you design.
These festively dressed couple are certainly vying for best dressed of the New Year.
I had to die cut the legs twice and sort of move them around to get them into position. For the hat on the lady I used the top of a ornament die. It seemed to fit fine. I doubt any guy would really wear gold glitter shoes but I wanted them to match.
Cuttlebug - Polka Dot embossing folder
Memory Box - Lady Dancing, Gentlemen Leaping & Snowflake Ornament
Spellbinders - Grand Oval
Tuesday, December 18, 2018
Greetings and welcome, thank you for stopping by. I hope everyone is doing well and I am sure keeping busy with the holidays soon approaching.
We have been having strong winds and rain the past few days. When that happens we tend to lose power for a while, which always is fun to sit in the dark.
I know when I had a cat he always was busy snooping around the Christmas tree and getting himself into the boxes and lights.
Memory Box - Frosted Christmas Tree
Poppy Stamps - Curious Cat, Sparkling Tree Lights & Abundant Gifts
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Greetings and thanks to everyone that stopped by and left such nice comments on my previous card. We just got back from the famous Christmas Market in Nuremberg. There are just so many booths and lots of wonderful holiday items being sold. It is a fun city and this part is located within a large walled area.
We also took two day trips on the U-Bahn train over to Wurzburg and then the next day over to Rothenburg ob der Tauber. They both have small Christmas markets I just wanted to walk around and see the towns.
Nuremberg Handwekerhof is just located opposite of the main train station
They have all sorts of fun little shops
Some of the wonderful holiday booths at the Nuremberg Christmas Market
Lots of wooden holiday items
Lebkucken cookie booths
Pastry shop, you will find it hard not to stop in for a delicious snack
DB Museum Nuremberg
They have all sizes of trains to see from the miniature to full size trains