A few cards and a banner…

Dec 3, 2010

First the win­ner of the Decem­ber Cocoa Daisy Kit Give­away is…

Kathryn, Decem­ber 1, 2010 at 12:23 pm, This may be a long post but it’s a great one. You’re nev­er one to skimp on pro­vid­ing clear direc­tions. That’s what we love about you! Thanks for shar­ing this beau­ti­ful way to present a gift card.

Con­grats, Kathryn! Email me at lisa@lisapace.com your address and I will get Chris­tine to mail your kit. Hap­py Cre­at­ing!!!

As you all know I love the etsy store Lau­ra’s Vin­tage Gar­den. Well Lau­ra has gra­cious­ly cre­at­ed a coupon code for my blog read­ers. This coupon code will remain active until Dec. 10th. The coupon code is Lisa25 type the code in the coupon sec­tion when you pay and you will receive a 25% dis­count off your entire order, before ship­ping. This code is good for any­thing in Lau­ra’s shop. So go check out all her won­der­ful dig­i­tal ephemera, vin­tage pho­tos, trims and flow­ers… you are going to want some.

And here are a few sneak peeks of the projects fea­tured and cre­at­ed this week in my “All Things Win­ter” work­shop… two beau­ti­ful cards and a hol­i­day ban­ner. These com­plet­ed cards would also look great framed and giv­en as gifts.


This card fea­tures Wendy Vec­chi’s Stu­dio 490 “Art of Mak­ing It Mer­ry” stamp set.


This card uses clear “Frag­ments” Tiles by Tim Holtz… love these!


This hol­i­day ban­ner uses the Tri­an­gle Ban­ner Album by Maya Road. If you have trou­ble find­ing this chip­board album you can use the Mixed Scal­lop Tri­an­gle Ban­ner Album. Paint­ing and glit­ter­ing the scal­lop pages would be gor­geous.

Next weeks fea­tured projects include a gift tag, lay­out and 16 page mini album for you to doc­u­ment a fam­i­ly pho­to as well as pho­tos of your hol­i­day tree, favorite recipes, cher­ished orna­ments and dec­o­ra­tions. Until then I have got to get this house look­ing fes­tive. I haven’t put up one Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tion, our tree or pur­chased a sin­gle gift… this is not good! Send good vibes my way for a pro­duc­tive hol­i­day dec­o­rat­ing and shop­ping week­end. Oh I guess more like a pro­duc­tive hol­i­day dec­o­rat­ing and shop­ping Sun­day, as I teach an all day work­shop at The Crafty Scrap­per, tomor­row.

Have a great week­end and see ya, Mon­day.

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